WHERE: The Conference Center at Sea-Tac Airport
The goal of the Washington State Immunization Summit is to enhance the effectiveness of health care professionals and systems to promote and deliver immunization in Washington State.
Topics will include vaccine hesitancy, the use of data and systems to improve rates (including the Washington State Immunization Information system and interfacing with the new School Module), and reaching underserved populations.
Confirmed speakers include renowned vaccine hesitancy researcher Doug Opel, MD from Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Clarissa Hsu, PhD from the Group Health Research Institute.
The Summit will be held on April 26, 2017 from 8:00am-4:00pm and will include a complimentary boxed lunch.
Target Audience: nurses, medical assistants, pharmacists, physicians, health educators, public health staff, and other health professionals who work with immunizations.
The Summit is sold out at this time, but we recommend that you add your name to the waitlist if you are interested in attending. We will notify people on the waitlist if a spot becomes available at the $150 regular registration rate.
To add your name to the waitlist, go to www.waimmzsummit.eventbrite.com. If you have questions, contact Mackenzie Melton at 206-830-7644.
- Early Bird Registration (by 1/31/17): Sold out
- Registration (2/1 – 4/11/17): $150
- Onsite Registration (after 4/12/17): $200 – if Summit is not sold-out
Registration fees will cover a boxed lunch.
Continuing education for this activity is pending. See final announcement for details. If continuing education is approved it will be for nursing professionals. Additionally, we will have printed certificates of completion for those needing them for submission to a professional body (CHES, MCHES, MA, etc.).
Sponsorship / Exhibitor Information:
To learn more about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, download our brochure, “WA Immunization Summit Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities”
If you are interested in supporting the Summit, please contact Mackenzie Melton, at 206-830-7644.