Keys to Flu Vaccine Promotion: Resources for Communicating the Importance of the Flu Vaccine to Patients, Clients and Employees
Fri, 10/23/2020 at 11:30 am-Fri, 10/23/2020 at 12:30 pm(PST)
With the approaching 2020-21 flu season intersecting with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever that the patients and clients we serve, along with the clinical and non-clinical members of our respective practices, health care settings and organizations, are protected from the influenza virus. One of the best preventive tools at our disposal is the flu vaccine.
During this special hour-long Hot Topics session, representatives from Immunize Nevada and the Nevada State Immunization Program will discuss best practices for providers for how to make a strong flu vaccine recommendation, address common flu vaccine misconceptions, and offer information for how to encourage flu vaccination in your health care facility and in the workplace. Additionally, state and national resources for promoting the influenza vaccine will be provided.
Click here to access the recordings of past webinars in the Hot Topics series.
Breanne Van Dyne
Breanne Van Dyne currently serves as the education manager for Immunize Nevada, Nevada's only statewide immunization coalition. In her role, she manages the organization’s immunization training programs and identifies opportunities for collaboration with local and national partners for in-person and virtual education activities for health care personnel, pharmacists and public health professionals. Ms. Van Dyne earned her bachelor's degree in public administration with a specialty in health care management from Colorado State University. In her previous role, she served as the adolescent immunization coordinator for the Nevada State Immunization Program.
Renee Brocker has been working as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) public health advisor with the Nevada State Immunization Program since 2019. She coordinates efforts to increase flu vaccination coverage across the state. Ms. Brocker graduated from the University of Dayton with a bachelor's degree in international studies. After graduating, she joined the CDC Public Health Associate Program stationed at the Ho-Chunk Nation Health Department in Wisconsin for two years, where she assisted with public health accreditation efforts and community health assessment and improvement planning.