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Influential news ; March 2016
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    2014 School Health Policies and Practices Study Results Released --Metropolitan Statistical Areas Still Bear Highest Burden of HIV.

    Grassroots Collaborations Broaden Flu Vaccination Promotion

    In this issue, we highlight NIVDP partners who have broadened the reach of flu vaccination promotion among African American and Hispanic populations. The NIVDP has engaged new partners, including grassroots organizations, health departments, and immunization coalitions. These partnerships have resulted in opportunities for future flu vaccination promotion activities.

    Partner activities included:

    • A health event organized by the Putnam County Health Department and the Reid Center for Community Development in Eatonton, Georgia, on February 3, 2016;

    • An NIVDP workshop hosted by the New Jersey State Nurses Association in Trenton, New Jersey, on February 4, 2016;

    • A “Dialogue for Health” for students held by Wilberforce Academy on March 24, 2016, at Wilberforce University in Ohio; and

    • Flu vaccination messages that were promoted from the pulpit of Reverend Elisha Morris, minister at Higher Ground Temple, Church of God in Christ, in Camden, New Jersey, throughout February 2016.


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