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36th National Immunization Conference
Reaching for New Heights in Immunization
April 29–May 2, 2002
Adam's Mark Denver Hotel
THANK YOU to everyone who attended the 36th National Immunization Conference! Together, we made this year's conference one of the BEST EVER!
You can access a complete list of conference activities, and review and print abstracts that were presented at the 36th National Immunization Conference, via the online conference program. The online program is searchable by presenter name or keyword.
Copies of slide presentations and other handouts are available for many presentations. If a handout file is available, a link to it will appear at the bottom of the screen following the abstract text in the online program.
1430 people attended the Conference at the Adam's Mark Hotel in Denver, Colorado. There were 6 plenary sessions in addition to the opening and closing plenaries, and 90 workshops. There were 24 not-for-profit exhibitors. About 65 posters were presented.
Almost 1000 people attended the Welcoming and Networking Continental Breakfast on April 29. Almost 400 people participated in the Lunch Rounds on April 30. The Immunization Q&As, presented by Dr. Atkinson and the NIP training team on April 29 and May 2, were also very well-attended.
140 conference attendees took part in the CardioSalsa Aerobics event on April 30. 180 people participated in the Fitness Walk/Run in Cheesman Park on May 1. The Hatha Yoga class on May 2 was attended by 75 participants.
50 local-area volunteers supported the conference staff this year. Special thanks to Lesley Chace for her hard work in recruiting and coordinating the volunteer support.
For more information about the 36th National Immunization Conference, please contact Suzanne Johnson-DeLeon at (404) 639-8225 or via email at NIPNIC@cdc.gov.
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This page last modified on August 16, 2002
Content last reviewed on August 16, 2002
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases