Vaccine Webinar Archive

The Vaccine Webinar Series, “Current Issues in Vaccines” is offered free of charge to healthcare providers. Each event is co-sponsored by the Vaccine Education Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics.

Support for the webinar series is provided by the Thomas F. McNair Scott Endowed Research and Lectureship Fund.

Current Issues in Vaccines – Winter 2018

Presenter: Paul Offit, MD

Last date available for credit or viewing: Nov. 13, 2019

Topics:

  • Influenza Vaccine: Latest Updates
  • Impact of PCV13 Vaccine
  • HPV Vaccine: Possible Expanded Recommendation

Learn more and view the winter 2018 presentation »

Current Issues in Vaccines – Fall 2018

Presenter: Paul Offit, MD

Last date available for credit or viewing: Sept. 4, 2019

Topics:

  • Do vaccines cause autoimmune diseases?
  • Influenza vaccine: How well did it work last year?
  • Efforts to make a more effective influenza vaccine

Learn more and view the fall 2018 presentation »

Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2018

Presenter: Paul Offit

Last date available for credit or viewing: March 27, 2019

Topics:

  • Novel hepatitis B vaccine: ACIP recommendations
  • Influenza: Updates on vaccine efficacy and disease burden
  • HPV: Updates on vaccine safety and long-term efficacy
  • Meningococcal disease: Revised data on risk for college students

Learn more and view the spring 2018 presentation »

Current Issues in Vaccines – Winter 2017

Presenter: Paul Offit, MD

Last date available for credit or viewing: Nov. 14, 2018

Topics:

  • Shingrix® vs. Zostavax®
  • Hepatitis B vaccine: Updates
  • Mumps: What to do about the increased rates
  • Influenza vaccine: Will FluMist® return?

Learn more and view the winter 2017 presentation »

Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2017 (credits no longer available)

Presenter: Paul Offit, MD

Last date available for credit or viewing: March 21, 2018

Topics:

  • Was Katie Couric Right? Does the HPV Vaccine Cause Chronic Diseases?

Learn more and view the spring 2017 presentation »