National Immunization Conference (NIC)
NIC brings together a wide variety of local, state, federal, and private-sector immunization partners to explore science, policy, education, and planning issues related to immunization in general and vaccine-preventable disease.
2014 Upcoming Conference
U.S. Immunization in a Time of Change
- Conference registration and Hotel information
- Conference agenda [12 pages] Updated Sep 11, 2014 (Note: agenda is subject to change without notice)
- Continuing Education Accreditation Statement [6 pages] New Sep 11, 2014
- Instructions for claiming CE after the conference New Sep 22, 2014
CDC, The Task Force for Global Health, and the CDC Foundation will host the National Immunization Conference: U.S. Immunization in a Time of Change (NIC:USITC) conference on September 29-30, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia in Atlanta, Georgia.
Please review Calendars and Events for opportunities to participate in CDC immunization events.
This two-day conference with 4 plenary sessions, 18 breakout sessions, 2 immunization Q&A sessions, and the Hilleman Lecture will highlight the following major topics:
- Immunization communications with partners and the general public
- Issues related to the immunization of adults
- Current status of vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States
- Global immunization
- HPV vaccine communication, science and safety
- Advances in information technology
- Improving vaccine management and accountability, and
- Quality improvement in vaccine programs.
Please note this conference will be limited to approximately 800 people.
Need More Information?
For more information about the National Immunization Conference, please contact the Conference Planning Team at (404) 639-8225 or via email at NIPNIC@cdc.gov.
Past National Immunization Conferences
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