REGISTRation

Virtually hosting the Northwest Immunization Conference allows more individuals to participate and provides a space to develop and strengthen partnerships with influential leaders while gaining professional education and training from expert speakers. Recognizing August as National Immunization Awareness Month, Immunize Oregon aims to highlight the importance of vaccination by showcasing the latest trends supporting best practices and engaging health professionals in initiatives promoting community immunity. Curriculum was designed to bring together public health professionals, healthcare personnel, epidemiologists, researchers, policy advocates, clinic managers, students, community members and anyone seeking a comprehensive knowledge in immunizations.

Registration for NWIC Pool Party is 

FREE!

Registration includes:

  • Streaming expert presentations on your computer, tablet and phone

  • Speaker slides*, handouts and supplemental materials 

  • Continuing education hours (pending approval)

  • Access to the exhibitor showcase

  • Community discussion boards and resource library

  • Chance to win a Pendleton Blanket and other great prizes!

 

*Speaker slides will be shared as copyright regulations allow.

VIRTUAL PLATFORM

Registered attendees will gain access to the virtual sessions and events covering immunization topics throughout the first two weeks of August. This unique opportunity allows attendees to connect with participants, view livestream sessions, download presentation content, visit exhibitor booths, and participate in community discussions from their computer, tablet or phone. Formal presentations and informal discussions encourage an open dialogue between speakers and participants, giving attendees an opportunity to strategize and devise innovative ways to resolve issues.

Immunize Oregon and the HPV Prevention Alliance aims to offer a multitude of resources for health professionals to engage and learn as much as possible. The Whova virtual platform will act as an event calendar, community forum, and resource library for organizers, attendees, speakers, and exhibitors to share best practices and develop partnerships to combat vaccine hesitancy.