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Workshops & Seminars

 

Barriers to Immunization in developed countries and developing countries*
 (FREE WORKSHOP)
Author & Presenter:
Dr. Monica Gaidhane

The first session of the workshop was held successfully on November 8, 2008, at 15:00-16:30 GMT. However, In order to keep the workshops more proactive and at high presentation quality, we cannot have more than a standard number of attendees per workshop. And therefore, some of the applicants who applied for the workshop could not be accepted. However, to give these interested applicants (and many others who still apply) an opportunity to attend this workshop, we will have an extra session of this workshop soon.

 

Dates Held:
Nov. 08, 2008
- Online Workshop
(15:00-16:30 GMT)
Nov. 29, 2008 - Online Workshop (15:00-16:00 GMT)

Next Session:
TO BE ANNOUNCED

Workshop Files:
Presentation File

Discussion Forum:
Immunization Forum

Introduction:
Immunization is one of the basic Public Health/Preventive Medicine measure to achieve immunity to a vaccine-preventable diseases. It increases the quality of life, longevity and ultimately, the economy. A Barrier to immunization, is a barrier to good health and good economy.
The presentation deals with the barriers to immunization in different age groups, in developed countries and certain developing countries, and why removing these barriers are some of the essential objectives of Public health and Physicians. And why integration in services would help us achieve our objectives.

Target Audience:
This presentation is helpful to all Public Health professionals, Physicians and the common man.
 

Electronic Certificate has been given to the registered participants who have actively attended the workshop.

Credit Earned: 0.50 (An additional 0.25 credit has been given to the participants of the workshop who
actively took part in the discussions)