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2017 Oregon Flu Summit News

Immunize Oregon will not be holding a 2017 Oregon Flu Summit. Instead we plan to host a series of webinars during National Immunization Awareness Month in August. If you are interested in being a part of the planning committee, please contact Alison Dent at or by phone at 971-673-0472.

2016 Flu Summit

Held August 23, 2016 at the Jantzen Beach Red Lion Hotel on the River, and hosted by Immunize Oregon, a lifespan immunization coalition, the Oregon Flu Summit & More featured expert speakers discussing a variety of topics including strategies for improving immunization coverage, current vaccination recommendations, and best practices for improving community protection against vaccine preventable illnesses and co-morbidities.

Read the program description (pdf)



Maintaining the Future of Immunizations - Dr. L.J. Tan

Best Practice Panel: Immunization Efforts Across the Continuum of Care

Healthcare Law & Oregon Vaccinations - Paul Frisch

Having Difficult Conversations: Using Motivational Interviewing Techniques to Talk About Vaccines and Antibiotics - Alyssa McClean & Amir Assasnik

Protecting Immunity After Vaccination - Dr. Mark Slifka - (video)
University of Oregon Carriage Study - Dr. Lucy McNamara - (video)
What I Learned in the Legislature - Senator Steiner Hayward - (video


Exploring Oregon’s Flu Data - Steve Robison - (video)
2016/17 Influenza Update - Dr. Paul Cieslak - (video)

SPECIAL EVENT following the Flu Summit & More

HPV Provider Training

You are the KEY to Cancer Prevention

Oregon has exceptionally low 3-dose completion HPV vaccination rates leaving another generation of boys and girls vulnerable to developing HPV-related cancers later in life. Even with compelling evidence that HPV causes cancer and that a safe, effective vaccine is available, it can be a challenge to encourage parents to vaccinate their adolescent and to engage staff in the process. Vaccination could prevent most of HPV-related cancers. That’s why it’s so important to have a plan that implements practice changes to increase HPV vaccination coverage.

HPV: You Are The Key - Dr. Michelle Berlin

For questions, contact Alison Dent at 971-673-0472 or