Thursday, April 21 ‐ 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. PT
Immunize Nevada is pleased to host this training via toll‐free web‐conference. This program is pending one nursing CEU. Attendees wishing to obtain a CEU must complete a pre‐ and posttest evaluation.
Karin Szymanski is the Program Coordinator for The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI), a non‐profit statewide coalition focusing on immunizations across the lifespan. Karin oversees a childcare project, which focuses on education to childcare centers about the importance of ASIIS, Arizona’s immunization registry. She is also working on a pilot program to launch the use of a childcare module, which is linked to ASIIS. The module offers immunization data reports and generated letters for parents of children that are not up‐to‐date with their immunizations. Currently, Karin is working on the Arizona cocooning project. She developed marketing materials, created hospital partnerships and partnered with ADHS to offer education to healthcare providers around cocooning and pertussis. This project is now being expanded to community health centers. These partnerships are being developed despite the challenge of a lack of funds for adult immunizations (for this project, Tdap) within the state.
- Understand the development of a cocooning project in the state of AZ
- Describe the development of a cocooning project in the state of AZ
- Identify the boundaries AZ faced and obstacles they overcame during the development of cocooning
- Identify strengths that TAPI’s coalition offered for the development of a cocooning project
For questions or more information, contact Emily Stratton at 775‐770‐6704 [email protected]