The Power of Nurses and Medical Assistants: This 10-minute video walks pediatric primary care clinics through strategies and opportunities to vaccinate children for COVID-19 in the office setting.
Drs. John Dunn and Maria Huang discuss strategies for primary care pediatric providers to talk with families about COVID-19 vaccines for kids ages 5-11 and answer questions about safety.
Hear from the Washington State Department of Health about COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans for children ages 5-11 and resources for providers. Passcode: +U#ys8ub
Families naturally have questions about the safety of COVID-19 Vaccines. This conversation with Drs. Kristi Rice and Doug Opel covers some of parents’ common safety concerns and how to address […]
There’s a massive volume of misinformation about COVID-19 and the vaccines that protect against it, and at the same time there are valid concerns and barriers. How can pediatric providers […]
Trust is a crucial component when families and pediatric health care providers discuss health care decisions, including the decision to vaccinate against COVID-19. Learn ways to build trust with families […]
Conversations about vaccines can be difficult, and COVID-19 vaccines are no exception. You may find yourself talking with families who have never before resisted vaccinating their children but are hesitant […]
This 7-minute video covers the role of WA-IIS system administrators and strategies for security.
This 50-minute training from the Washington State Department of Health provides an overview of WA-IIS, including components, benefits, tools, and resources available to users.
Low HPV vaccination rates in the U.S. are leaving boys and girls vulnerable to devastating HPV cancers. This course provides information on HPV infection, related disease and cancers, vaccine recommendations, […]