The 30-minute, web-based program is designed to educate clinicians about the following:
The safety profiles of licensed influenza vaccines.
Safe administration of influenza vaccines and screening for contraindications and precautions.
Resources available for communicating benefits and risks of influenza vaccination.
Accurate and timely reporting of any adverse events to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). To participate in this free CME/CE activity, please visit www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety and click on the quick links to the course.
To view the popular CDC Expert Commentary Series on Medscape, please visit http://www.medscape.com/partners/cdc/public/cdc-commentary.
CDC Expert CommentaryThis special series of commentaries is part of a collaboration between CDC and Medscape and is designed to deliver CDC's authoritative guidance directly to Medscape's physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. In this series, experts from CDC offer video commentaries on the current topics important to all practicing clinicians, including H1N1 and seasonal influenza, infection control, travel medicine, and much more.
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- Hey Doc, When Can I Return to Play?
- Herpes Zoster: Who's at Risk and Who Should be Vaccinated
- Stopping the Hospital Spread of Gram-Negative Bacilli
- When to Consider Cholera
- Pharmacogenomics and Your Practice: Abacavir
- CDC's Epi Info 7: A Useful Application for Clinicians, Too!
- Tdap: Now for Pregnant Women and 65 Plus
- Protect Outpatient Oncology Patients From Infections
- Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: BRCA and Your Patient
- Mucormycosis: When to Think Fungal Infection
CDC Expert Commentary