Adolescent Immunizations

The importance of continued immunizations in the adolescent years is not always recognized, however it is very important for adolescents to continue their immunization series and receive booster shots for ongoing protection against diseases.

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Performance Improvement CME

Learn to implement guideline-approved processes of care for patients within the adolescent population, with special emphasis on appropriate vaccination schedules and clinical tools designed to enhance and streamline practice systems.
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Peer-to-Peer Dialogue  

Listen to expert commentary on adolescent immunizations by Dr. Doug Campos-Outcalt and Dr. Amy Middleman while earning AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Discussion topics include:

  • Importance of adolescent immunization
  • Specific adolescent vaccines
  • Creating opportunities for adolescent immunization
  • Practical advice and strategies to improve immunization rates

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On-Demand Webinars  

Accessing the Information and Tools to Improve Adolescent Immunization Rates
Presented by: Amy B. Middleman, MD, MPH, MSEd
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Addressing Parents' Concerns About Vaccines
Presented by: Amy B. Middleman, MD, MPH, MSEd
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Immunization Video  

Concerns Regarding Recommended Adolescent Immunizations
Faculty: Nneka Holder, MD
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Download Evidence-based Slides

Strategies for Improving Adolescent Immunization Rates

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Practice Tools

This collection of tools and resources includes efficient ways to access current immunization information and recommendations, strategies for increasing vaccination coverage, and materials to support communication with patients and parents about vaccine benefits and risks.
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