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Immunize Oregon is a new lifespan immunization coalition formed by the merging of the Oregon Adult Immunization Coalition (OAIC) and the Oregon Partnership to Immunize Children (OPIC). The coalition’s goals include partnership building, outreach, education, and raising the immunization rates of all Oregonians.


What we do...

Quarterly Coalition Meetings
Immunize Oregon coalition meetings provide a place to discuss current immunization topics. The coalition meetings are open to the public. The next coalition meeting is Tuesday, October 28th from 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM at the Portland State Office Building.  
RSVP
is required to attend the coalition meetings for planning purposes. Attend in person or by phone. Meeting agendas and RSVP information will be available online a few weeks prior to the meeting date. Learn more
 
State-wide Conferences 
Oregon Flu Summit
The Oregon Flu Summit is an educational meeting hosted by Immunize Oregon every Fall. The Oregon Flu Summit provides a comprehensive overview of current influenza recommendations, hosts expert speakers discussing a variety of topics including influenza vaccine, vaccine administration, and best practices for improving community protection against this deadly disease and its co-morbidities. Learn more
 
  
Round Tables
Round Tables are two similar educational events that take place in the Spring in rural and metro Oregon cities. The Round Tables are a day long, no-cost educational event centered around immunizations and state immunization infrastructure. Learn more
 
Grant Funding Opportunities
The Immunize Oregon Immunization Mini-Grant Project supports immunization projects and activities by providing a competitive grant process once per year. Immunize Oregon Mini-Grants are designed to support and enhance the promotions of immunizations throughout Oregon. Proposals must be innovative projects and partnerships that support the increase of immunization rates, reach underserved populations, or aid and advance the use of evidence-based practices. The 2014 application cycle has closed. Look for updates in 2015. Learn more