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Satellite, temporary, and off-site vaccination clinics play an important role in improving vaccination coverage rates and vaccinating hard-to-reach populations. However, vaccination clinics held in these settings also have unique challenges that may lead to vaccine temperature excursions or vaccine administration errors. In an effort to standardize the process of holding clinics in these non-traditional settings, the National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit Influenza Working Group developed a checklist of best practices and created a pledge for organizations that adhere to the checklist. On Tuesday, May 2 from 1 pm -2 pm ET, please join the Working Group Leads as they describe the purpose of these resources and how to use them. We will also be hearing a case study from an industry expert whose organization made efforts to implement the checklist during last year’s influenza season. Registration information for the noon ET webinar can be found at:

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