The only training offered at this time is the IIS 101: What Every Program Manager Should Know course.
IIS 101: What Every Program Manager Should Know
Note: Effective July 18, 2011, Continuing Education Credit can no longer be offered for the IIS 101 training module (course number WB1267).
Describes the nature, benefits, and basic functions of Immunization Information Systems to both the IIS and immunization communities. 101 topics include:
- What are IIS?
- IIS benefits
- Laws, policies and IIS
- History of IIS
- Participation in IIS
- How IIS work
- Guiding documents for IIS
- IIS functional standards
- IIS data use
- IIS linkages
- Future of IIS
- Additional resources
The primary audiences for this module are:
- New IIS managers and immunization program managers;
- Newly hired state and local IIS staff, such as programmers, recruiters, and trainers;
- Immunization program staff, such as health educators, surveillance staff, and epidemiologists.
Others that could benefit from this module are:
- New provider stakeholder groups such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Visiting Nurses’ Association;
- IIS users, such as participating providers’ office staff, schools, and the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children;
- CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases and other CDC staff;
- Providers considering participating in IIS,
- Anyone interested in learning about IIS.
Course and Materials
You may view the course and download any materials at your convenience.
- View the course via webcast (running time is approximately 1 hour)
- Slides [1.94MB, 68 slides]
- Transcript [148KB, 21 pages]
- IIS Resource Links
CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases in partnership with the Association of Immunization Managers, the American Immunization Registry Association, IIS Grantees, and Every Child by Two.
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