Fight the Flu and COVID-19 Too: Influenza vaccination and the practical approaches to coadministration of vaccines in adults

December 9, 2021

57 minutes

About This Webinar

You will walk away from this webinar feeling confident and secure in your ability to administer multiple vaccines (including influenza and COVID-19) to your adult patients that they require in one visit.

Chapters in this webinar include:

Flu Vaccinations for the 2021-22 Season: Dr. Suchita Patel discusses the current status of influenza and influenza vaccination in the 2021-2022 season. View slides.

Coadministering COVID-19 Vaccines with Influenza Vaccines—Just Do It!: Dr. Jason Goldman provides the science behind the acceptability (and benefits of) co-administering multiple vaccines to adults as well as his own perspective on effectively persuading patients to accept all the vaccines they need at a single visit. View slides.

Administering Injectable Influenza and COVID-19 Vaccines on the Same Day: Clinical Considerations: JoEllen Wolicki discusses the practical steps of properly administering multiple vaccines to an adult. View slides.

This webinar also includes a Q&A with the speakers.

To support you and your staff, developed an illustrated handout to educate and support clinical staff on How to Administer Multiple Intramuscular Vaccines to Adults During One Visit.

This webinar was developed by with support from a Sanofi Pasteur educational grant.


Suchita A. Patel, DO, MPH
Medical Officer and Lead for Data Science and Innovation, Assessment Branch, Immunization Services Division, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC

Jason M. Goldman, MD, FACP
Immediate Past Governor, Florida Chapter American College of Physicians Regent, American College of Physicians; Vice-President, Florida Medical Association; and President, Florida Medical Association Political Action Committee

JoEllen Wolicki BSN, RN
Nurse Educator, Communication and Education Branch, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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