ICLAC General Meetings are held three times per year in March, July and October.

The meetings provide a forum to share evidence-based practice approaches to improving immunization coverage levels and professional networking opportunities with Los Angeles County immunization stakeholders. Guest speakers are invited from local, state, and national levels to present current research, projects, and strategies demonstrated to improve immunization coverage levels, especially among communities at highest risk for vaccine preventable diseases.

July 9, 2020
9:30 AM to 12:00 PM

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General Session Meeting Featured topic:

“Challenges and Opportunities with Pharmacist and Immunization Services”

July 9, 2020 Invited speaker:

Karl Hess, Pharm D., ApH, CTH, FCPhA, AFTM RCPS
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Director
Community Pharmacy Practice Innovations Chapman University School of Pharmacy

    Since 2013, California approved legislation that allows pharmacists to administer ACIP routinely recommended immunizations to the public three years of age and older without the need for a physician prescription. Yet, potential challenges still exist for pharmacists and pharmacies as it relates to the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), billing for immunizations, and addressing vaccine hesitancy and resistance from the general public.

LOCATION: Center for Healthy Communities, California Endowment

1000 N. Alameda Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Learn more about the topics and featured speakers for ICLAC General Meetings Schedule 2020.

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please email ICLACinfo@ph.lacounty.gov

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