CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

Workshop on Poliomyelitis Vaccines

Savoy Suites Georgetown

2505 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C.

Thursday, June 8, 1995

8:30 a.m.

Introduction and Charge for the Day

Jeffrey Davis, Chair, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and Chair, Thursday session

Implementation Issues for Poliomyelitis Vaccination

8:40

Potential Schedules Integrated into Harmonized

Vaccination—Present and Future

Jacqueline Gindler, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

9:00

Future Prospects with Combination Vaccines

Kathryn Edwards, Vanderbilt University

9:20

Provider Perspectives, Public and Private

Guthrie Birkhead, New York State Department of Health

Richard Zimmerman, University of Pittsburgh

Caroline Hall, University of Rochester

9:50

Parent Perspectives

Kathi Williams, National Vaccine Information Center

10:00

Consumer and Ethical Issues

Lawrence Gostin, Georgetown University Law Center and Johns Hopkins University

10:20

Liability and Compensation Issues

Robert Weibel, Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

John Brydon, Attorney, Long Beach, California

11:00

Cost-Benefit Assessment of the Options

Mark Miller, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



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