Archived Immunization Webinars
11/01/2013 Vaccine Management and Mass Dispensing Operations Webinar
Click here to view the archived webinar
CDC Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/storage/toolkit/storage-handling-toolkit.pdf
10/11/2013 NYSIIS: Successes, Challenges and Future Directions to Improve Immunization Rates
NYIIS: Successes, Challenges and Future Directions to Improve Immunization Rates
10/10/2013 Immunization Action Plan: LHD Outreach to Targeted Populations
Outreach to the St. Regis-Mohawk Tribe
Vaccine Safety and Promoting Vaccines to Pregnant Women
Community Partnerships and Public Health Outreach to Improve Immunization Rates for Adults Age 65 & Older in Subsidized Housing
8/16/2012 NYSACHO Sponsored CDMS/NYSIIS/Consent Webinar
AFIX Back to Basics
Building and Sustaining Effective Coalitions Part 2 - Developing Transformational Coalition Leaders 3/6/2012
8 Steps to Building and Sustaining Effective Immunization Coalitions 2/13/2012
8 Steps PowerPoint Presentation - Frances Dunn Butterfoss
Zoster Webinar 1/28/2011
Herpes Zoster Clinical Features and Vaccine - Elizabeth Rausch-Phung, MD, MPH
Medicare Coverage of Vaccines - Norma Y. Harris
AFIX Update and Feedback Training Webinar 12/16/2010
Below is a link to the recorded Webinar that took place on December 16, 2010. This program was sponsored by the New York State Department of Health in coordination with the New York State Association of County Health Officials. This program includes an AFIX update and review of adolescent assessments with presentations from Mark Amyot, Public Health Representative, Bureau of Immunization , New York State Department of Health and Patricia Deyo, NYSIIS Coordinator, Bureau of Immunization, New York State Department of Health.
Click the link below to view the recorded Webinar.
Injection Safety Campaign "New York: 'One and Only'." 8/2/2011
NYSDOH presented on their injection safety campaign, "New York 'One and Only' at a NYSACHO August 2nd Member meeting. Please click here to view archived video of this presentation.
To view, users will need high speed internet access and will also need to turn on/up their computer speakers for sound. Due to some background noise at the conference, the sound quality is not the best in all parts of the video, but the presentation is still audible. Note: Firefox Browser users may need to install additional software to view. If you access the link and the video does not start, please look at the top of the video viewing area for an image directing you to download MS Silverlight.