Speakers Bureau

The Influenza Workgroup and our partners have developed slide sets that can be used by anyone. The slides can be modified to fit your needs and can be edited to include your own organization’s logo. The purpose of the slide sets is to explain the resources we have developed in more detail to a broader audience.  There is also a presentation on the American Lung Association’s MyShot campaign that highlights how you can utilize that influenza vaccination campaign for your own needs. All of the slide sets can be included as part of a larger presentation or can be used in their current form. Each slide set also has links to various assets that can be downloaded and included as one-offs in your communications.

“Best Practice” Tools for Holding Safe Vaccination Clinics in Satellite, Temporary, or Off-site Locations: Checklist and Pledge

This presentation describes tools, including a checklist of best practices, a pledge, and additional resources that were created to help ensure that vaccination clinics in satellite, temporary, or off-site locations, including those held at the workplace, are done safely. (Note: Speaker’s notes available in “Notes Page” view.)


Optimizing Influenza Vaccination for Health Care Personnel to Protect Residents in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Facilities

This presentation describes influenza in post-acute and long-term care facilities, and the issues related to low influenza vaccination coverage of health care personnel in these settings. These slides provide strategies and include weblinks to resources to help improve flu vaccination coverage of your staff. (Note: Speaker’s notes available in “Notes Page” view.)


MyShot Assets for National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit Influenza Working Group

This document includes videos and visuals from the American Lung Association’s “MyShot” Influenza Vaccination Campaign (in collaboration with Sanofi Pasteur), which can be featured in presentations. The campaign focuses on educating adults aged 50 years of age and older about the potential dangers of flu, especially in those with chronic medical conditions.

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