PARENTS & PUBLIC MEMBERS & HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS WHY I IMMUNIZE



June 17 and June 18, 2014

Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV

In Partnership with the KidStrong Conference


The Annual West Virginia Immunization Summit is an action-oriented event targeted toward public and private sector organizations with an interest in addressing and resolving immunization issues in West Virginia. Various sessions at the Summit will be targeted toward healthcare and public health professionals, educators, students, business leaders, consumers, and others interested in reducing vaccine-preventable diseases in West Virginia.

Some of the topics to be addressed include:

  • Childhood Immunization;
  • Hepatitis B;
  • Adolescent Immunization;
  • HPV and Related Cancers;
  • Adult Immunization;
  • Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Immunization Rates.


Lodging:

A block of rooms is being held until May 19th at the Charleston Marriott Town Center, located at 200 Lee Street E, Charleston, WV 25301, at a rate of $109 + tax per night for Immunization Summit attendees. To make a reservation, call 1 (800) 228-9290 or (304) 345-6500 and identify yourself as part of the Immunization Summit Room Block group.

Check back soon for registration details.


For more information about the 2014 Immunization Summit, contact The Center for Rural Health Development at (304) 397-4071.
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