• Highlight successful approaches used by jurisdictions to develop and use innovative partnerships with traditional and non-traditional partners, such as community groups and the private sector, to enhance communication with the public and providers and to effectively distribute and administer vaccine.

  • Discuss strategies used to collect, monitor, evaluate, and use data during the H1N1 vaccination campaigns.

  • Discuss lessons learned and challenges that arose during the vaccination campaigns, and identify strategies to address these challenges for future emergency vaccination programs and other medical countermeasures dispensing campaigns.

Welcoming Remarks


JEFFREY ENGEL, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services


DAVID LAKEY, Texas Department of State Health Services


MARY SELECKY, Washington State Department of Health

Charge to Workshop Speakers and Participants

Raleigh, Seattle

JAY BUTLER, Workshop Co-Chair, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Austin, Seattle

JEFFREY DUCHIN, Workshop Co-Chair, Public Health–Seattle & King County, WA


Session Objectives

  • Provide an overview of strategies developed to receive, store, and distribute vaccine to participating H1N1 vaccine providers and administration sites in the community and strategies developed to administer vaccine:

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