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2017 Update on Immunizations for People with Diabetes

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. American Indian and Alaska Native people are almost two times more likely to die from pneumonia and influenza compared to non-Hispanic whites.

2. The IHS Diabetes Care and Outcomes Audit assesses immunization data for which of the following?

3. The recommendation for the influenza vaccine is that it is recommended for everybody six months and older.

4. IHS policy states that unless he/she has a waiver, all IHS employees are required to receive an influenza vaccination every year.

5. The dosing interval for a person with diabetes receiving the pneumococcal polysaccharide (PPSV23) and the pneumococcal conjugate (PCV13) is 12 months.

6. For a 60-year old patient with diabetes who has not had a prior pneumococcal vaccine, what vaccine should they receive at today’s clinic visit?

7. Hepatitis B vaccination should be administered to unvaccinated adults with diabetes aged 19-59 years.

8. The IHS EHR has clinical decision support and reminders for both the pneumococcal polysaccharide and Hep B for patients with diabetes, but you have to turn them on in order for them to work.