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.



3rd European Congress on Vaccines and Immunology
Sept. 23-24, 2020; London, UK (RESCHEDULED from July 15-16, 2020)

AAP Experience
Oct. 2-6, 2020; San Diego, CA (VIRTUAL)

Vaccines Summit Ohio 2020
Oct. 5-7, 2020; Columbus, OH (RESCHEDULED for March 1-3, 2021)

Oct. 12-14, 2020; Chicago, IL (VIRTUAL)

APHA 2020
Oct. 24-28, 2020; San Francisco, CA (VIRTUAL)

CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Oct. 28-29, 2020; Atlanta, GA (VIRTUAL)

NFID’s 2020 Clinical Vaccinology Course
Nov. 15-17, 2020 (VIRTUAL)

The 33rd Annual Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium
Nov. 21-22, 2020; New York, NY (VIRTUAL)


CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Feb. 24-25, 2021; Atlanta, GA

Vaccines Summit Ohio 2020
March 1-3, 2021; Columbus, OH

2020 Hispanic Health Conference
March 18-21, 2021; Washington, DC

CDC’s “Pink Book” Training
April 12-16, 2021; Plainfield, IN

Annual MA Adult Immunization Conference
April 13, 2021; TBD

CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
June 22-24, 2021; Atlanta, GA

North Dakota Immunization Conference
June 22-23, 2021; Bismarck, ND

American Immunization Registry Association 2020 National Meeting
Aug. 3-5, 2021; Portland, OR

CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Oct. 20-21, 2021; Atlanta, GA

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
Sept. 23, 2020
Dec. 9, 2020

Webinars — on-demand

Vaccine Update Webinar Series (multiple events) - Dr. Paul Offit
Recent event: April 15, 2020, Current Issues in Vaccines related to coronavirus and polio, influenza and Dengue vaccines

CDC’s Archived NetConferences (various topics)

CDC’s Immunization Courses: Webcasts and Self Study

International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) webinars hosted during World Immunization Week (April 24-30, 2020):

More info and slides for the IVAC webinars

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 out more about the Consortium on its website. Note: Credits have expired, but content can still be accessed.

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

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

Autism Science Foundation’s 2019 Day of Learning Presentations – presentations included:

  • Autism Research in 2019: What Do We Know? What Do We Need? – presented by Dr. Joshua Ordon, National Institute of Mental Health
  • Reducing Self-Injury and Aggression in People with Autism – presented by Dr. Matthew Siegel, Maine Behavioral Healthcare
  • The Role of Microbiome in Autism – presented by Dr. Sarkis Mazmanian – presented by California Institute of Technology
  • Next Gen Sibs: Understanding Autism Risk in Grandchildren – presented by Dr. Natasha Marrus, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Understanding Psychiatric Comorbidities and Reducing Suicidality – presented by Dr. Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele, Columbia University Medical Center
  • Incorporating Wearable Technology into Autism Research – presented by Dr. Rebecca Jones, Weill Cornell Medicine
  • Communicating Science to the Public – presented by Dr. Paul Offit, Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


Reviewed on September 22, 2020

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