WCAAP Program Manager
We know how busy you are, so we’re joining forces to help improve child and adolescent vaccines in a way we know is efficient AND effective. We at WCAAP and Seattle Children’s support a learning collaborative to improve childhood and adolescent vaccination rates – which could not be more important now – with so much disrupted care over the past two years and the pandemic. Join us! The learning collaborative is open to practices anywhere in Washington state.
Our fourth cohort for the Immunizations Learning Collaborative is kicking off April 27, 2022! We provide coaching from expert faculty from WCAAP, SCH and PHSKC, and a community of peer clinics from which to learn. The project helps clinics implement meaningful, feasible and sustained focus on childhood and adolescent vaccines.
Through this clinic-wide intervention pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and family physicians of participating clinics can earn MOC credits as well as CME credits, while gaining access to tools to improve low vaccination rates due to COVID-19.
Visit our WA-CHIP website to learn more about our immunizations learning collaborative, download a fact sheet and see the timeline, or if you are interested in participating or know of clinics that would be interested email Tatiana Sarkhosh, Program Manager at email@example.com.