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The Silver Book: Vaccination – Fact Sheet Release Call


November 7, 2013
12-1:00 PM ET




Kait Reinert

Join the Alliance for Aging Research, in partnership with the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, and the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, as we introduce our latest fact sheet in the Silver Book series (see attached). This fact sheet shines a spotlight on the value of vaccination in reducing the burden of infectious diseases and outlines some of the major barriers to optimal vaccination in older adults. Experts from IDSA, NFID, and SHEA will discuss the policy landscape in adult vaccination aimed at addressing and eliminating these barriers, including relevant outcomes from the CDC’s October ACIP Meeting.

Sue Peschin, MHS
Chief Executive Officer, Alliance for Aging Research

Lindsay Clarke, JD
VP of Health Programs, Alliance for Aging Research

Jeffrey Duchin, MD
Professor of Medicine, U of Washington School of Medicine
Public Health Committee Chair, IDSA
ACIP Member

H. Keipp Talbot, MD, MPH
Assist Prof of Medicine, Vanderbilt Univ Medical Center
NFID, CPE Committee and Board of Directors

Preeti N. Malani, MD, MSJ
Assoc Prof of Medicine, U of Michigan Medical School

Produced by:
The Alliance for Aging Research

In Partnership With:
Infectious Diseases Society of America
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America

With support from:

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