Join us September 23, 2022, from 8:30-3:30pm, for the Coalition's first in-person meeting!
This year’s program will focus around the theme “Lets get back to routine!” Our annual meeting serves as an organizing vehicle for immunization stakeholders from across Virginia to discuss challenges and threats to immunization rates, including ‘grassroots and grasstips’ advocacy; receive professional education and information on statewide immunization trends and best practices; engage in developing strategies to improve immunization rates across the Commonwealth. Invited speakers will share national trends, state/local level trends, as well as needs and best practices and how coalition members can get engaged.
This meeting is an opportunity to build connectivity across our community by:
Reviewing and celebrating the work of the coalition and its members.
Identifying future threats to immunization rates in Virginia and opportunities to address them.
Providing information and education on immunization topics relevant to current vaccination trends in Virginia.
Receiving 2 Live Continuing Education Credits for Pharmacists, Nurses and Physicians.
Galvanizing members around shared immunization goals and strategies to meet them.
Strengthening collaboration across members through networking opportunities.
Cultural Arts Center
2880 Mountain Rd
Glen Allen, VA 23060
If you are interested in spending the night locally before and/or after the conference, ImmunizeVA has booked a block of rooms at a nearby hotel for the nights of Thursday, Sept 22 and Friday, Sept 23:
Hampton Inn & Suites Virginia Center
1101 Technology Park Drive
Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
To make a reservation please call (804) 261-2266 and mention ImmunizeVA for the preferred rate ($119 + tax per night).
Registration is now open for the general public.
There is no cost to attend the meeting.
Nurses, Pharmacists or Physicians are eligible to receive 2 Live Continuing Education Credits at no cost.
Thank You to Our Partners!
Thank you so much to the generous partners who contributed to make this event possible:
Virginia Public Health Association
Virginia Department of Health
*Individuals must be fully vaccinated and not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms in order to attend in person. We will have COVID-19 safety guidelines in place, including the requirement that attendees wear masks. We will continue to monitor the spread and make adjustments to the event plan as needed.