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2019 Immunization Update

2019 Immunization Update

Every year the Immunization Section of the Alameda County Public Health Department conducts an Immunization Update, wherein we share with practicing health professionals (physicians, PAs, NPs, nurses, MAs, pharmacists, etc) the most current and relevant immunization information that impacts their work.

Date: 6/5/2019
Time: 8:30am-12:00pm (Wednesday)

Location:
Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Suite 290
388 9th Street, Oakland, CA 94607

Register to attend | Event Flyer

 

 


Sign Up! Free Immunization Skills Trainings for Medical Assistants

The Immunization Skills Trainings for Medical Assistants class offers hands-on training on vaccine preparation and administration, storage and handling, and patient entry into the California Immunization Registry (CAIR).

Please add yourself to our email list to be notified of our future MA Trainings here.

 


 

Lava Mae Pop Care Village (PUCV) Holiday Event

This free event is designed to bring vital services to the streets so that individuals experiencing homelessness can get many of their basic needs met all at one time, and all in one place. ACPHD Immunization Program will have nurses provide hepatitis A and flu vaccinations at this event.

Date: Friday, 12/21/2018
Time: 1pm-5pm

Location:

HENRY J. KAISER CONVENTION CTR, PARKING LOT
10 10th Street Oakland, CA 94607

Please see flyer for more information.

 


 

Highlights Adult Immunization Update 2018

Our June 6th, 2018 conference featured three presentations from three distinguished physicians covering clinical guidelines for Adult Immunizations. The conference was a big success with attendees from all over the Bay Area.

Presentations

  • Vaccinations for Adults – Lisa Winston, MD; Professor, Department of Medicine; Vice Chief, Inpatient Medical Services and Hospital Epidemiologist; UCSF at Zuckerberg SF General Hospital
  • Effective Communication without Confrontation – Ken Hempstead, MD; Regional Vaccine Communication Lead; Kaiser Permanente in Northern California
  • Alameda County Initiatives and Vaccine Preventable Diseases Data – Erica Pan, MD; Director, Division of Communicable Disease Control & Prevention; Interim Health Officer; Alameda County Public Health Department

Thank you to our sponsors and collaborators:

  • California Department of Public Health
  • CARDEA
  • Dynavax
  • Glaxo Smith Kline Vaccines
  • Merck Vaccines
  • Pfizer Vaccines
  • Sanofi Pasteur

 

Highlights 2018 Bay Area Infections Disease Conference for Prenatal and Pediatric Providers

Bay Area ID Conference 2018

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