Addressing the Challenges of Adolescent
Vaccinations: Improving Clinical and Economic Outcomes in
A continuing medical education activity sponsored by NAMCP and AAMCN.
This webcast focuses on adolescent
vaccinations, including the latest updates
in HPV management among both females and males.
This activity is an archive from the webinar held August 7th, 2018
This activity is valid from September 15, 2018 to September 30, 2019
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Audience: This activity is intended for
healthcare professionals practicing in managed care environments.
This presentation is supported by an
educational grant from
Merck & Co.
The world of immunizations in adolescents has changed dramatically
over the past 10 years. From newer vaccines to changing guidelines,
the landscape has changed for payers, providers and patients. This
webcast will take a close look at those changes on immunizations in
adolescents. Attendees will be updated on the latest data and
guidelines to help increase rates, costs and patient outcomes.
Addressing the Challenges of Adolescent Vaccinations: Improving
Clinical and Economic Outcomes in Immunizations is a webcast that
will provide attendees with the latest information on immunizations,
costs, burdens and strategies to increase the success of
immunizations, and more importantly, patient outcomes and quality of
Upon completion of this
activity, participants will be able to:
Examine guidelines and
recommendations about adolescent immunizations
Assess the latest clinical
guidelines regarding the timing of HPV immunizations in preteens
Discuss the prevalence of HPV
infection, the types of cancers it causes and the economic
impact of HPV vaccination
Integrate strategies to overcome
perceived barriers to HPV vaccination in the adolescent setting
||Rachel Caskey, MD, MAPP
Chief, Division of Academic Internal Medicine and
Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
University of Illinois at Chicago
Caskey, MD has no relevant financial relationships to
MD has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Jeremy Williams has no relevant financial relationships
Jacqueline Cole, RN, MS, CMCN has no relevant financial
relationships to disclose.
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accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
NAMCP designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1 AMA
PRA Category I creditsTM.
The American Association of Managed Care Nurses is accredited as a
provider of continuing nursing
education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission
Nurses who complete this activity and achieve a passing score will
receive 1 hour in continuing
This activity has been approved by the American Board of Managed
Care Nursing for 1.0 contact hours toward CMCN recertification
This presentation is supported by
an educational grant from
Merck & Co.
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