ACP's Adult Immunization and Quality Improvement for Residents training program will teach residents about the science of adult immunizations and provide evidence-based strategies for increasing vaccination rates. Residency programs can use the program materials in ambulatory and inpatient settings to meet ACGME requirements for quality improvement.
Program and Curriculum Materials
A step-by-step guide, for resident program directors, that outlines how to implement the training program.
Training Module Presentations (PowerPoint)
Immunization experts developed two slide decks, including sample case studies and examples that are part of the training program.
- Module 1 - Clinical Science of Adult Immunization
- Module 2 - Quality Improvement in Adult Immunization
Example QI Projects
Detailed instructions on how to develop a quality improvement cycle, with real-world practice examples that support the training curriculum.
Use this evaluation to evaluate residents who participate in the training.
ACP Adult Immunization Resources
Visit ACP's additional adult immunization resources.
This program is supported by the American College of Physicians, and by an educational grant from Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Merck & Co., Inc. and Pfizer, Inc. For any questions or comments, email ACPQI@acponline.org.
On August 27 and September 1, 2015, ACP hosted a webinar with Dr. Robert H. Hopkins, Jr., MD, FACP, Internal Medicine Division Director, from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. During the webinar, Dr. Hopkins reviewed ACP's program materials, strategies for implementation and best practices.