Webinars

Our monthly webinars feature speakers from leading health organizations sharing best practices and resources to improve adult vaccination rates. All participating AMGA members, partners, and sponsors are invited to attend our monthly webinars live and can register using the relevant "Register" link in the table below. Others can visit this webpage following the event for an archived recording.

Rise to Immunize™ Webinar Schedule 

Webinars will be held from 2-3pm ET

Materialsdatetopicpresenter(s)
Recording(Opens in a new windo
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Update on Measure Two1
Oct. 21, 2021Data OrientationRise to Immunize Team
Recording(Opens in a new window)Slides OnlyNov. 18, 2021Campaign Overview &  OrientationRise to Immunize Team
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Jan. 20, 2022Coadministration of COVID-19 and Routine ImmunizationsJon McCullers, M.D. (Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and College of Medicine for the University of Tennessee Health Science Center)
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Feb. 17, 2022Influenza 101Carrie Regnier, BSN, RN, M.P.H. (Norton Medical Group)
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Mar. 17, 2022

Pneumococcal 101

Frank Colangelo, M.D., FACP, M.S.- HSQ (Premier Medical Associates, P.C.)
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Apr. 21, 2022

Zoster 101

Nimit Patel, D.O. (Premier Medical Group, P.C.)

Jennifer Obenrader, PharmD, CDCES (Premier Medical Associates, P.C.)
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May 19, 2022

Tdap 101

Lawrence Shulman, D.O., F.C.C.P. (ProHEALTH, Part of Optum)
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Jun. 16, 2022Preparing for 2022 Flu SeasonAmy Sitapati, M.D. (UC San Diego Health)

Kris Henderson, RN, BSN, NE-BC (UC San Diego Health)
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Jul. 21, 2022



Equipping Providers and Staff with Baseline Education on Adult ImmunizationsKim Williams, MA (Utica Park Clinic)
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Sept. 15, 2022

Routine Adult Immunizations in the Age of COVID-19: Implementation Strategies for Success in an Evolving WorldCraig Robbins, M.D., MPH, FAAFP (Kaiser Permanente)
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Oct. 20, 2022

Reducing Flu Vaccine DisparitiesLeon Jerrels, MHA, MBA, RN, CPHQ (Kelsey-Seybold Clinic) 

Laura Lee Hall,  PhD (National Minority Quality Forum)
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Nov. 17, 2022


Year 1 Data Review & RIZE AwardsThe Rise to Immunize Team and representatives from HealthPartners, Premier Medical Associates, P.C., and Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group, Inc.

1As of July 2022 the pneumococcal measure has been updated. Please refer to the recording, “Update on Measure Two”, the measurement specifications, and updated value set for more information.

2 During the Q&A portion of this webinar, a question was asked (00:47:52), “Can you talk more about the evidence underlying CDC’s updated recommendations for the high-dose flu shots in patients 65+?” We wanted to clarify that ACIP recommends that adults aged ≥65 years preferentially receive any one of the following higher dose or adjuvanted influenza vaccines: quadrivalent high-dose inactivated influenza vaccine (HD-IIV4), quadrivalent recombinant influenza vaccine (RIV4), or quadrivalent adjuvanted inactivated influenza vaccine (aIIV4). If none of these three vaccines is available at an opportunity for vaccine administration, then any other age-appropriate influenza vaccine should be used. To view the full MMWR, visit https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/rr/rr7101a1.htm