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Speaker: Dr. Gary Marshall, MD Professor of Pediatrics Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Director, Pediatric Clinical Trials Unit University of Louisville School of Medicine Lunch will be served.
The session will begin promptly at 12:15 PM.
This is an interactive presentation discussing strategies for implementing Category B immunization recommendations. Your participation, along with your attendance, is requested.
Have a question? You will also be able to ask the experts questions and contribute thoughts about your own experiences.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This program is sponsored by Pfizer. The presentation at this Product Theater is not designated for CME credit.
Notice: This event is conducted in accordance with the PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals and is limited to healthcare professionals (HCPs). Attendance by guests or spouses is not appropriate. Government employees are subject to state and federal laws and ethics rules that may limit their ability to receive any gifts, including meals, from pharmaceutical companies. If you are a state or federal employee, it is your responsibility to seek guidance and prior approval from your employer or site ethics counselor to attend this or any Pfizer event. Your attendance will be considered confirmation to Pfizer that you have obtained any necessary approvals to attend this event.
State Laws and Pfizer Disclosures: The cost of meals and refreshments provided to US licensed Healthcare Professionals attending this Pfizer-sponsored program will be subject to public disclosure on www.pfizer.com as part of Pfizer’s Healthcare Professional Disclosure policies, and may also be subject to disclosure by state governmental authorities pursuant to your state law and applicable federal law such as the National Physician Payment Transparency Program (otherwise known as “Sunshine”). Pfizer's disclosure will allocate the cost of meals and refreshments equally across all attendees regardless of actual consumption. If you are licensed to practice in Massachusetts, Minnesota or Vermont, we are prohibited from providing you any meals and/or refreshments due to your state limitation on meals, gifts or other items of value to HCPs and ask that you do not partake in the hospitality provided.