TAPI is committed to helping the entire state access vaccinations. We are committed to visiting rural areas and supporting local organizations. This year TIPS trainings will be back on the road! For information about the schedule, please visit the website: https://whyimmunize.org/tapi-training/
10 Things is one of our most popular trainings because it is focused on a parents perspective, easy to understand, and updated frequently with timely information! Visit our website at https://whyimmunize.org/10-things-parents-need-to-know/ or reach out learn about CE credit!
Susan La Flesche Picotte was the first Native American woman to earn a medical degree. She provided essential care and resources to the people she lived with on the Omaha Reservation, serving as the only physician in an area of more than 450 square miles. #WomensHistoryMonth
Healthcare providers: testing and treating latent tuberculosis infection is a critical step to eliminating TB disease across America. Start in your office – talk to your patients about testing for TB today. #ThinkTestTreatTB #WorldTBDay
Patients who had a Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and have symptoms of an infection should seek medical care. Report infections to your health department. Find information at http://bit.ly/3lwG0ce. #BBL
CDC is providing expertise in epidemiology, case investigation, contact tracing, laboratory testing, and more to support health officials in Equatorial Guinea & Tanzania in responding to #MarburgVirus disease outbreaks.