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Teaching Immunization Delivery and Evaluation

Program Type: Resources - Information or materials that might help develop a program/project in a community but can not be defined as a Best Practice, Promising Practice, or Local Effort.

Teaching Immunization Delivery and Evaluation (TIDE) is intended to be a flexible tool to teach immunization delivery. It uses clinical scenarios to trigger problem solving and discussion. There are four self-contained modules: Module A: Childhood Immunizations,Module B: Assessing Immunization Rates, Module C: Improving Immunization Rates in Your Practice, Module D: Adolescent Immunizations.

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Name: TIDE Program Coordinator
Site or Location Name: Medical University of South Carolina and the Ambulatory Pediatric Association/Society for Adolescent Medicine.
PO Box 250837
Charleston, SC 00000
Phone: 8438761217