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1st National Immunization Conference Online
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Immunization: Access for All!
March 26–28, 2012
THANK YOU to everyone who attended the 1st National Immunization Conference Online! By and large, attendees are reporting that the the online conference was a grand success (although there were some first-time glitches, some improvements to be made for the next time). Estimates of the number of people who viewed each live session range from 1606 for session one to 992 for session nine.
Recordings of all sessions, and slide sets for most presentations, are available for on-demand viewing.
The 1st National Immunization Conference Online (NIC Online), a virtual conference, took place entirely online. No travel was required for presenters or attendees.
Recordings of all sessions, and slide sets for most presentations, are online. Access them using the Conference Program.
Virtual posters are available for you to review. Posters were selected on the basis of abstracts submitted prior to the conference and reviewed by CDC subject-matter experts.
You may submit questions or request additional information directly from poster presenters via email; contact information for presenting authors is provided (click on the presenter's name in abstract view to reveal contact information).
Continuing Education credit is available to attendees of the live conference sessions and also to people who view the archived sessions on-demand following the live conference. To apply for credit after viewing conference sessions, please use CDC's Training and Continuing Education Online system.
IMPORTANT NOTE: each conference session is a separate event in the CE system; if you view multiple conference sessions, you will need to apply for credit for each session individually.
Detailed CE information for the 1st NIC Online
(includes accreditation statements)
For more information about the 1st National Immunization Conference Online, please contact the Conference Planning Team at (404) 639-8225 or via email at NIPNIC@cdc.gov.
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Content last reviewed on April 25, 2012
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases