Online Training Supports Improved Immunization Services

June 7, 2012  is a collaborative educational curriculum with the mission of improving clinician performance and patient health associated with immunizations across the age spectrum.

Numerous U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved vaccines and the detailed recommendations have been made available by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. However, significant clinician performance and patient health gaps still persist in the area of immunizations, according to the website.

Earn CME Credits

Three new online educational activities are being offered for clinicians. Providers may choose which patient population they would like to select for their performance improvement effort – early childhood, adolescent or high-risk adult.

Using a HIPAA-compliant, confidential platform, clinicians may evaluate how well their practice manages patient immunizations. The site also offers peer-to-peer dialogue opportunities, a slide library of materials from subject matter experts and useful links to pertinent information.

There is no fee to participate in these educational activities. View the program's welcome page  for more information and to register.

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