Education & Training:
Coughing up the Facts on Pertussis – Emerging Trends and Vaccine Recommendations
Coughing up the Facts on Pertussis – Emerging Trends and Vaccine Recommendations is presented as a web‐on‐demand video. It was posted for CE credit on December 12, 2012. CE credit is available until November 26, 2014. This webcast was originally recorded on May 30, 2012.
Description: This course reviews the clinical presentation of pertussis, how to test and treat appropriately, and who to vaccinate and when. Participants will also learn about emerging trends in pertussis reporting across the U.S.
Audience: Immunization Providers (Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Physician’s Assistants, DoD Paraprofessionals, Medical Students, etc.)
Moderator: Dr. Andrew Kroger
Speaker: Stacey Martin, MSc, Epidemiologist, NCIRD/CDC
Video: Download Video [wmv file - 78.19MB] Approximately 1 hour in length.
Transcript: Download Transcript [99KB, 20 pages]
Continuing Education Info: Download CE factsheet [133KB, 2 pages]
The course number for this program is WD2135. CE expiration date: 11/26/2014
Important information will be provided in the course of the session. After viewing the video, participants can go to CDC’s online learning system at www.cdc.gov/tceonline/ to register for and obtain CE credit. Consult the above CE information factsheet for specific details. General instructions are available in the CE How-to Guide.
Pertussis Web site: www.cdc.gov/pertussis/index.html.
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Content last reviewed on December 13, 2012
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases