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APIC's Initiative to Improve Influenza Immunization Rates Among Health Care Workers

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) encourages infection control specialists to use materials featured in the influenza immunization resource kit, called “Protect Your Patients. Protect Yourself.” Click on the above title for more information.

APIC Announces 2005 Infection Control Course Schedule
If you're looking for great infection control products and resources, look no further! More.

APIC Joins Healthcare Leaders in Supporting JCAHO 'Speak Up' Campaign
With the national shortage of the flu vaccine, there are steps Americans can take to reduce the likelihood of becoming ill. More.

APIC Conferences

APIC Convenes Futures Summit
November 11-12, 2004, San Diego, CA. More.

Healthcare-Associated Infections: Realizing the Benefits of Mandatory Public Reporting
Sponsored by APIC in partnership with AHA, CDC, Consumers Union, National Quality Forum, and SHEA.

February 7 and 8, 2005 Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

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CDC Releases 2004-2005 Interim Influenza Vaccine Recommendation

On October 5, 2004, CDC was notified by Chiron Corporation that none of its influenza vaccine (Fluvirin®) would be available for distribution in the United States for the 2004–05 influenza season. Because of this urgent situation, CDC, in coordination with its Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP), is issuing interim recommendations for influenza vaccination during the 2004–05 season. More.

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