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44th National Immunization Conference
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April 19 – 22, 2010
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
THANK YOU to everyone who attended the 44th National Immunization Conference! This was a great conference. 1623 people from around the United States, and beyond, attended the conference, participating in three plenary sessions, 12 featured sessions, 60 workshop sessions, two Immunization Q&A sessions, more than 100 poster sessions, and a variety of fitness and other special events.
The goals of the Conference are to provide information that will help participants provide comprehensive immunization coverage for all age groups and explore innovative strategies for developing programs, policy, and research to promote immunization coverage for all age groups. During three and a half days of plenary sessions and workshops, many topics will be discussed, including:
Adolescent Immunization * Adult Immunization *
Barriers to Vaccination * Community and Partnerships
Childhood Immunization * Cultural Diversity * Global Immunization
Surveillance * Health Communications * Health Education
Policy and Legislation * New Vaccines and Vaccine Development
Vaccine-Preventable Diseases * Vaccine Safety * Immunization Registries
Full-text abstracts may be accessed via the online agenda. Slides and recordings of most of the presentations at the conference are also available in the conference program.
For more information about the 44th National Immunization Conference, please contact the Conference Planning Team at (404) 639-8225 or via email at NIPNIC@cdc.gov.
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This page last modified on June 30, 2010
Content last reviewed on June 30, 2010
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases