IAC will host a webinar, “Partnerships and Promotion of Late-Season Influenza Doses to Ensure a Successful Influenza Vaccination Season during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” on November 17 at 12 p.m. (ET). This important and timely topic will be addressed by speakers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Amy Parker Fiebelkorn, MSN, MPH, senior epidemiologist in the Immunization Services Division and Lead of the Influenza Response Team in the Vaccine Task Force, will discuss seasonal flu vaccination during the COVID-19 pandemic and will highlight the additional 9.3 million federally-funded late-season adult influenza vaccine doses available. Kathleen LaPorte, MPH, health communications specialist, Influenza Division, will describe CDC’s 2020–2021 influenza vaccination campaign communication plan. L.J Tan, MS, PhD, IAC’s Chief Strategy Officer, will moderate the webinar, and the speakers will be available to answer audience questions at the conclusion of the presentations.
The webinar is designed for all partners involved in distribution or administration of influenza vaccination or promotion, particularly those working with the federally-purchased late-season influenza vaccine doses. This includes state and local health departments, immunization coalitions, Federally Qualified Health Centers/community health centers, and pharmacists working with community health centers.
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