Quality health workforce professional education programs are provided below.
 
Interpandemic Influenza Vaccination Rates in Hospital Health Care Workers: Implications for Pandemic Preparedness
Source: Link
Provider: Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness, Learning Management System, School of Public Health, University of Iowa
Professional CEUs: None
Method: Archived webinar
Completion Time: 1 hour
Description: The goal of this program is to help participants understand the importance of health care worker vaccination in routine inter-pandemic years and when pandemic influenza threatens.
 
Setting an Example: One Reason Health Care Providers Should Get the Flu Vaccine
Source: MP3
Provider: MedScape
Professional CEUs: None
Method: Podcast
Completion Time: 6 minutes
Description: The goal of this program is to introduce recommendations for, and discuss the importance of health care providers receiving the influenza vaccination.
 
Vaccine Acceptance
Source: Link
Provider: University at Albany School of Public Health
Professional CEUs: 1.0 CME, 1.0 CHES, 1 CNE
Method: Archived webinar
Completion Time: 1 hour
Description: The goals of this program are to explain the major benefits of immunization and herd immunity, address vaccine-preventable diseases that have affected children in recent years and explain the argument that rejects thimerosal as an autism-inducing agent.
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