Immunization Coalitions Network News

Network News – March 24, 2017


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Save the date: IZCoalitions Network webinar about vaccines and the new administration scheduled for April 13

Please save the date! The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) invites you to participate in a 1-hour webinar for immunization coalition leaders, members, and those who collaborate with coalitions on Thursday, April 13, at noon ET (11:00 am CT). The topic will be “What is happening at the federal level with vaccines in light of the new administration?” Possible issues discussed will include 317 funding, Robert Kennedy Jr.’s claims about a new vaccine safety commission, the impact of repeal or change to the Affordable Care Act, and encouragement of vaccine hesitancy by some elected officials, including the president.

The scheduled speakers are:

  • Amy Pisani, Every Child By Two
  • Abby Bownas, Adult Vaccine Access Coalition
  • Mark Mioduski, The 317 Coalition
  • Patrick Johnson, American Academy of Pediatrics

We will circulate the final agenda and call-in information the week before the conference call. Hope you all can make it!

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2017 National Conference on Immunization Coalitions and Partnerships to be held as part of Nevada Health Conference in November!

As you probably knew, there was going to be no scheduled National Conference on Immunization Coalitions and Partnerships (NCICP) in 2017. But we all know the importance of networking with each other, and as an alternative solution, Immunize Nevada has stepped up and is inviting coalition colleagues to join them at the annual Nevada Health Conference, November 13–14, 2017, at Green Valley Ranch in Las Vegas. The national coalition conference planning committee supports this as an option for face-to-face interaction in 2017, and encourages all coalition leaders and members to attend this somewhat abbreviated NCICP meeting!

The Nevada Health Conference is a 2-day conference with breakout and intensive day-long sessions. Day 1 breakout sessions typically cover current immunization, maternal child health, and chronic disease topics. Day 2 sessions allow attendees to choose from four session tracks for a day-long, deep dive into that subject matter. One of these four tracks will cover coalition-focused topics such as advocacy, fundraising, best practices, collaboration, and more.

We invite you to save the date for this opportunity; more information will follow once registration is open. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Heidi Parker, executive director, Immunize Nevada directly at heidi@immunizenevada.org.

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