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.
Immunize Oregon Round Table Conferences
The Immunize Oregon 2014 Round Tables will take place in Seaside, Oregon on March 18th and in Bend, Oregon on April 22nd. The Round Tables are a free, day long conference on immunization and health infrastructure, policy and resources. The events will cover the same or similar material, so we only recommend registering for one event.
Register HERE for the Bend, Oregon Round Table
April 22, 2014 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Seaside Round Table Presentations - March 18, 2014
Oregon Immunization Program Updates - Immunization Program Overview, ALERT IIS Update, and Vaccines for Children
SB132: A New process for Nonmedical Exemptions - Sara Beaudrault, MPH and Stacy de Assis Matthews
Got Questions? Public Health Nurses Have Answers!-- Carol Easter, RN and Jeanine Whitney, RN, MSN, NHE-C
How Cover Oregon Supports Immunization - Betse Thielman, Cover Oregon Provider Campaign Coordinator
A closer look at the link between vaccines and disease: Clinical case reviews from the primary care and public health perspectives - Dr. Jennifer Vines, MD, MPH, Deputy Health Officers, Multnomah County Health Department
211info: Health for your Whole Life - Ryan Francario, Maternal and Child Health Category Manager
Vaccines for Children: Impacts on Oregon - Mimi Luther, Provider Services Team Manager
Immunize Oregon Coalition Meeting
Immunize Oregon coalition meetings provide a place to discuss current immunization topics. The coalition meetings are open to the public. Meeting agendas will be available online a few weeks prior to the meeting date. Attend in person or by phone.
Next meeting is Tuesday, July 29, 2014
11:45 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
800 NE Oregon Street Room 1A
Previous Coalition Meeting Documents
Coalition meeting 1/28/2014 agenda
One Key Question, Michele Stranger-Hunter, Executive Director and Hannah Rosenau, Policy and Access Coordinator, Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health
The Perceptions and Choices of Nursing Students Regarding Influenza Immunization, Kristen Wils, MPH-c
OHSU Free Vaccines for Parents Campaign, OHSU Medical Students
Provider materials created by OHSU Residents -