Making the CASE for Vaccines: Communicating about Vaccine Safety

Originally aired September 23, 2010

The founder and President of the Autism Science Foundation, Alison Singer also served as Executive Vice President of Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest autism advocacy organization. In 2007, she was appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to serve on the federal Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) where she played a key role in developing the new federal strategic plan for autism research.

In Making the CASE for Vaccines: Communicating about Vaccine Safety, Alison Singer describes strategies for communicating information to parents and discusses new developments in the search for the causes of autism.

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6 Responses to Making the CASE for Vaccines: Communicating about Vaccine Safety

  1. Lenora Kwok, MSN, RN, CNS says:

    hoping to join in on Web conference 9/23

  2. Remedios Liwag says:

    I want to register for the ” making the case for vaccines ” from 11 am to 12 noon on Sept 23rd PT

  3. Tony says:

    Is this where the post-discussion will happen or will it be in the blog page?

  4. Nichole Bobo says:

    Will the slides from today’s webinar be made available?