On the Calendar

Learn more about meetings available to professionals, vaccine webinars scheduled for the next year, CME opportunities available through the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and related health observances.

Meetings

2018

ID Week 2018
Oct. 3-7, 2018; San Francisco, CA

Idaho Immunization Summit
Oct. 11, 2018; Boise, ID

13th Annual Nevada Health Conference
Oct. 15-16, 2018; Reno, NV

23rd Annual MIAP Pediatric Immunization Skills Building Conference
Oct. 18, 2018; Framingham, MA

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
Oct. 24-25, 2018; Atlanta, GA

Got Your Shots? Immunization Conference
Nov. 1-2, 2018; Minneapolis, MN

2018 American Academy of Pediatrics conference
Nov. 2-8, 2018; Orlando, FL

Clinical Vaccinology Course, NFID
Nov. 9-10, 2018; Bethesda, MD

31st Annual Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium
Nov. 17-18, 2018; New York City, NY

CHOP-sponsored meetings

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Continuing Medical Education department offers several courses related to different aspects of pediatrics.

Live webinars

Vaccine Update Webinar Series – Dr. Paul Offit
Nov. 14, 2018

Webinars — on-demand

Vaccine Update Webinar Series (multiple events) - Dr. Paul Offit
Recent event: Sept. 5, 2018, Current Issues in Vaccines related to autoimmune diseases and influenza vaccine

CDC’s Archived NetConferences (various topics)

CDC’s Immunization Courses: Webcasts and Self Study

Pursuit of the Three C’s — providing a framework for the delivery of confident, concise, and consistent recommendations for routinely recommended vaccines for adolescents at 11 to 12 and 16 years of age). Find more information about this project of the UNITY Consortium or learn more about the Consortium and its other projects on the Consortium website

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) archived webinars (various topics; continuing ed)

There Never Was an Age of Reason: Vaccines, Vaccine Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making – presented by Dr. Edgar K Marcuse and offered by WithinReach

You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention – presented Yolanda Evans on April 15, 2015, and updated Feb. 9, 2018. Offered by WithinReach and Cardea

Increasing Adolescent Immunization Coverage – offered by the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Supporting materials and more information are also available.

EQIPP: Immunizations – Improve Your Practice Rates – focused on improving HPV vaccination rates; free for AAP members; fee for non-members.

HPV Vaccination is Cancer Prevention – presented by Boston University School of Medicine

Autism Science Foundation’s 2018 Day of Learning Presentations – presentations include:

  • From Genes to Biology: What We’re Learning and Why It Matters – presented by Dr. John Spiro, Simons Foundation
  • How are Girls and Boys with Autism Different? – presented by Dr. Somer Bishop, University of California, San Francisco
  • Does Diet Make a Difference in Autism? – presented by Dr. Susan Hyman, University of Rochester
  • Does Pain Feel Different to People with Autism? – presented by Dr. Michelle Failla, Vanderbilt University
  • Is Medical Marijuana a Treatment Option? – presented by Dr. Orrin Devinsky, New York University
  • Why Won’t My Child Sleep? – presented by Dr. Ashura Buckley, National Institute of Mental Health
  • How Can We Improve Adult Outcomes? – presented by Dr. Julie Lounds Taylor, Vanderbilt University

Vital Signs: Asthma in Children – United States, 2001 -2016 – presented by Medscape and based on MMWR data

ACIP Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older – United States, 2018 – presented by Medscape and based on MMWR article

Observances

Reviewed on September 27, 2018

Materials in this section are updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Vaccine Education Center staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.

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