Immunization

The Pharmacy Times® Immunization resource center provides the latest news in immunization. Here, you’ll find information about upcoming conferences and meetings, updated clinical trial listings, and other resources for those interested in vaccination.

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At the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices' June 2020 meeting, the agenda included discussions of the meningococcal vaccine, influenza vaccine, and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID- 19).
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The COVID-19 pandemic serves as an important reminder of basic recommendations for ensuring health and wellness and protecting oneself against communicable disease transmission.
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A table showing recommended immunization schedules for child and adolescent patients.
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Two tables show recommended immunization schedules for adults.
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The 2020 virtual Directions in Pharmacy® conference provided a comprehensive overview of influenza, including identifying at-risk patients and providing interventions to address vaccination misconceptions.
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Moderna will manufacture doses of its experimental coronavirus disease 2019 vaccine candidate as clinical trials are ongoing to expedite the production process. 
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A study showed that pharmacists in the state of Wisconsin are most likely to administer zoster and influenza vaccines to customers. 
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This Pharmacy Times® Webcast discusses a number of topics pertaining to the pharmacists’ role in immunization practices, including the precautions and safety equipment necessary amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, pharmacy automation and operations, and best practices to navigate patient care.
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The American Cancer Society is renewing efforts to increase HPV immunization as COVID-19 threatens to slow cancer prevention progress.
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An expert panel of world-renowned professionals will discuss the latest details on the rapid advances in vaccine development and what they mean to clinicians on the front line.
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Steven C. Anderson, FASAE, CAE, IOM, president and CEO of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, has been invited to join the office of Health and Human Services’ new COVID-19 Vaccine Consultation Panel.
 
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Two mRNA- based vaccine candidates are currently in development by Pfizer and BioNTech.