Abstract Notifications will be sent via email on Friday, October 20, 2017.
The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) invites abstract submissions of clinical practices and/or original research for poster presentation. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed for quality, originality, and overall impact. Accepted abstracts will be scheduled as poster presentations at the Fall 2017 Clinical Vaccinology Course on November 3-4, 2017 in Bethesda, MD.
The submitting author must select the most appropriate subject category from the list below. The Clinical Vaccinology Course Planning Committee reserves the right to change the selected category to more appropriately reflect the abstract content.
- Addressing Immunization Disparities
- Addressing Vaccine Safety Concerns and Vaccine Hesitancy
- Best Practices to Increase Pediatric Immunization Rates
- Best Practices to Increase Adolescent Immunization Rates (including college campuses)
- Best Practices to Increase Adult Immunization Rates
- Effective Communication Strategies
- Global and Travel Immunization
- Implementation and use of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Immunization Information Systems (IIS)
- Maternal Immunization
- Vaccine Storage and Handling
All abstracts must be submitted in English and reflect original work. The data may have been published or presented at another scientific meeting and inclusion of updated information based on additional data generated and/or analyzed since a prior presentation is encouraged. Multiple submissions of the same abstract will automatically be rejected.
All accepted abstract presenters must register for the course and pay the appropriate registration fee by no later than October 27, 2017
. See the Clinical Vaccinology Course website
for information about the agenda, registration, and housing.
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