NFID Webinars

NFID hosts monthly webinars to increase awareness of the importance of infectious disease prevention and treatment. Topics include vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), antibiotic resistance and stewardship, best practices and communication skills, and complementary tools and resources. Many NFID webinars offer accredited continuing education (CME), enabling participants to earn credits and gain practical knowledge and skills.


UPCOMING WEBINARS

Influenza Vaccination to Help Protect All Adults (10/24/22 @ 3:00 PM ET)

ON-DEMAND WEBINARS*

Note: Continuing education credit [CE] is available for select recordings. View individual webinar registration pages for specific credit type(s) offered.

COVID-19 Updates: Current Booster Recommendations (9/19/22) [CE] COVID Emoji

The Benefits of Maternal Immunization: 2-for-1 Approach to Disease Prevention (8/30/2022) [NFID/ACOG] [CE]

Monkeypox Updates (8/24/2022) [CE]

Updates from June 2022 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Meeting (7/13/2022) [CE]

Protecting Immunocompromised Patients through Effective Prevention and Treatment (6/27/2022) [CE] COVID Emoji

COVID-19 Updates: Booster Doses (5/5/2022)COVID Emoji

Communications During a Pandemic—From 1918 to Present Times (4/26/2022) [NFID/AIM]COVID Emoji

Updates from Recent Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Meetings (3/17/2022) [CE]

Reducing Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) through Effective Prevention and Treatment (2/17/2022) [CE]

COVID-19: Myths and Facts (1/19/2022) [CE] COVID Emoji

Closing the Gap: Protecting Adults with Chronic Health Conditions (12/09/2021)

Strategies for Overcoming Barriers to Healthcare Personnel Immunization (11/30/2021) [CE]

Coadministration of Influenza, COVID-19, and Other Routine Vaccines (10/19/2021) COVID Emoji

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*All webinar content reflects information available as of the live webinar date and is subject to change. For updated information, visit www.cdc.gov.

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