Training on Immunization Practice Strategies (TIPS)
Overcoming Barriers to Immunization and Vaccine Hesitancy
TAPI, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services Immunization Program, presents free trainings that improve immunization practices in public and private providers’ offices. Participants receive valuable information on immunization friendly office practices, vaccine handling, state requirements, how to give shots and the state immunization registry.
2020 TIPS is ONLINE
As we strive to facilitate social distancing and keeping our community safe during COVID19, we have had to cancel in person TIPS training for medical assistants and vaccine coordinators. However, we have created a FREE five-session online training to take the place of our live trainings. Online TIPS is aligned with the updated ACIP recommendations and proven best practices and will provide the same up to date, evidence-based training.
Participants will be able to attend live online sessions, with qualified experts during lunch hours (12:00pm to 1:00pm). We will cover five important vaccine-related topics in five separate sections.
Who should attend this free training:
- Vaccine coordinators from provider offices that want to improve vaccine delivery systems and reduce vaccine wastage;
- Those who train/orient new staff; and
- Those who administer vaccines
Vaccine Coordinators are often asked important vaccine questions from parents, have to stay up to date on recommends and manage vaccines in the office. It takes a team! Make sure everyone is prepared and register today! Please note that you must register individually for each module.
READ TIPS FAQs 2020
|Name of the Training||
|Why Vaccines are Important:
Protecting Herd Immunity, June 10 FOLLOW-UP MATERIALS
Vaccine Basics and Understanding
Protecting the Cold Chain
|July 8||Click to Register|
Empowering Patients and
|July 22||Click to Register|
Best Practices for Immunization
|August 5||Click to Register|
News and Updates
Cover your nose and mouth
when you sneeze
Wash your hands often
Avoid touching your eyes,
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