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In-pERSON SDIC ACTIVITIES ARE
SUSPENDED DURING CV19
Due to countywide efforts for COVID-19 prevention, surveillance, and preparedness, SDIC activities involving physical gatherings will be suspended until safety orders are lifted.
Some activities may be transitioned to a remote platform. If you are not on the distribution list and would like notifications, please provide your contact information here.
For local updates on coronavirus, visit https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/coronavirus/.
Welcome to the San Diego Immunization Coalition (SDIC).
The mission of SDIC is to increase immunization rates and improve the health of the residents of San Diego County by raising awareness and providing education about vaccine-preventable diseases.
Here you can find up-to-date, relevant information to support vaccinations and a healthier San Diego County.
SCHOOL & CHILD CARE IMMUNIZATION LAWS
OVERVIEW FOR CLINICIANS
Wed, May 19, 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Zoom Meeting ID (must have Zoom account to register): 998 6446 4604
This encore webinar topic is tailored for clinical staff to provide an overview of the 2021-22 immunization state laws for school and child care admissions, with an emphasis on issuing electronic medical exemptions and the new directive on revoked medical exemptions.
DATE and TIME
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 from 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Eugene Beronilla, MPH
Manager of Education, Training, & Outreach
UCSD/HHSA - San Diego Immunization Program
Mary Vilgera-Wilson, MPH
School and Child Care Health Educator
UCSD/HHA - San Diego Immunization Program
Dr. Ruth Bush (Part 1)
Dr. Michael Peddecord (Part 2)
This 2-part webinar will help clinical providers, community health workers, social service providers, educators, and other health professionals gain skills for reading and interpreting statistical reports related to immunizations.
Part one provided an overview of basic elements in data visualization, some current examples, and walk-throughs of essential questions to ask in order to get the full story.
This final installment will dive deeper into wider examples of current published immunization data visualization that either affected real-world policies or provide guidance on planning strategies. Participants can walk-through the process of meaningful analysis, interpretation, and critical thinking to make informed professional and personal decisions.
DATE and TIME
Part 1: Wednesday, April 28, 11 AM - 12 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, May 5, 11 AM - 12 PM
• Explain how numbers can be presented as words, images, and verbal stories
• Review the basic elements of traditional graphs
• Define common statistical terms
• Examine and discuss real examples of published data visualization
• Think critically about data sources and data results
Emeritus Professor, Public Health
San Diego State University
Ruth Bush, PhD, MPH, FAMIA
Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science, University of San Diego
SCHOOL & CHILD CARE IMMUNIZATION LAWS 101
Thu , Apr 8, 2021 from 11 AM - 12 PM
WEBINAR: COVID-19 VACCINES WAVE 2
The Next Round of Possible Coronavirus Vaccines
Wed, March 17, 2021 from 11 AM - 12 Noon
WEBINAR: HPV VACCINATION: CALL TO ACTION
(Hosted by UCSD Moores Cancer Center)
Eliminating HPV Cancers in San Diego County
Thu, Feb 25, 2021 from 10-11:30 AM
MENB VACCINATION DURING COVID-19
w Guest Speakers Patsy and Jamie Schanbaum
Wed, Dec 2, 2020 from 12 noon - 1 PM
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Wed, Sep 18 event
SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION LAW TRAININGS
The County of San Diego offers regional and onsite trainings to review required immunizations for child care and schools grades TK/K-12.
PREVIOUS GENERAL MEETINGS
This topic and date was ultimately the last in-person general meeting for SDIC. The combination of COVID-19 and interagency policy will restrict the group from gathering further. All meetings will be remote indefinitely.
If you have information to share or would like to be considered as a future presenter on the topics, please email Eugene.Beronilla@sdcounty.ca.gov.
These are examples of statements you can make to your family members, friends, co-workers, and patients.
"Pregnant women should get a flu vaccine at any time during a pregnancy, and then a Tdap vaccination at the start of the third trimester."
The CDC highly recommends that women get Tdap (to protect against whooping cough) between 27-36 weeks of pregnancy. Other vaccines, like the flu shot, can be given before or during pregnancy. Click here for more information.
This page was last reviewed in Jan 2019