Communications to Health Care Providers
- Continue to Vaccinate Patients and Staff Against the Flu February 2012
This podcast is a reminder to health care providers about the importance of annual flu vaccination—it’s not too late! Health care providers should get their flu vaccine and continue offering and encouraging flu vaccination among their staff, colleagues, and patients. Created: 2/8/2012 by National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD). Date Released: 2/14/2012. Series Name: CDC Audio Rounds. Running time - 5:14.
- Influenza vaccination of health care providers in long-term care: Letter from the Assistant Secretary for Health [121 KB, 2 pages]
- Influenza vaccination of pregnant women: letter to providers [215 KB, 2 pages]
- Continuing Education on Influenza Vaccine Safety (FREE) — “Real Talk About Influenza Vaccine – Be Informed and Be Prepared” November 2011
(For informational purposes only—this activity is no longer offered for CME and CE credit.) This activity includes a roundtable discussion with three vaccine safety prevention experts and is intended for clinicians who routinely administer influenza vaccines and who evaluate and treat patients experiencing adverse events following influenza immunization, including family medicine and internal medicine physicians, pediatricians, obstetricians/gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses. To view this activity, please visit http://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/732969.