Global Exposure – Local Effect
11TH STATEWIDE IMMUNIZATION CONFERENCE
This year’s conference theme is Global Exposure – Local Effect. Tackling topics such as; the new adult vaccination standards, global infectious diseases and the true cost of not vaccinating. The conference will provide participants with effective strategies for community engagement to educate and shift perspectives about immunization resistance.
Dr. Paul Offit will present his new book Bad Faith: When Religious Belief Undermines Modern Medicine. All attendees will receive a signed copy of his book!
Who should attend: All pediatricians, family practice physicians, nurses, public health professionals, legislators, medical students and office staff.
Join Immunize Ohio and our partner the Adult Immunization Coalition of Central Ohio for the 11th Statewide Immunization Conference
September 10, 2015
7:30am – 4:30pm
Embassy Suites – 5100 Upper Metro Place, Dublin, Ohio
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2015 Immunization Conference Speakers
Andrew Garner, MD., PhD., FAAP Ohio Chapter AAP President
Eyes Wide Open – The Cost of Not Vaccinating
John McLaughlin, PhD., MSPH, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals
Three’s Company; Ebola’s a Crowd, What’s Next?
James Kazura, MD., Case Western Reserve University
Live Long and Prosper – Adult Vaccines
Caroline Bridges, MD., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Old Problem, New Approach – Increasing HPV Vaccination
Heidi Gullett, MD., Case Western Reserve University and Toyin O. Sokari, MPH., The Ohio State University
Can Modern Medicine and Cultural Beliefs Coexist?
Paul Offit, MD., Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Assessment, Feedback, Incentive, eXchange Awards
Alexandra Thornton, MPH., Ohio Department of Health
Other topics include: Environmental survey results on HPV vaccination, discussion on vaccine exemptions and the need for legislation to close the exemption loophole.