Printable and Shareable Valentine’s Day Vaccination Posters

Printable and Shareable Valentine’s Day Vaccination Posters

Great Plains QIN has created four unique Valentines Day Posters that were developed for use in your organization to promote the COVID vaccination with a Valentine’s Day theme. Please print and post in your lobby, break room or hallways. Thank you for all you do to...
2024 Webinar Series – Rural to Urban Partners: Working Together on Antimicrobial Stewardship

2024 Webinar Series – Rural to Urban Partners: Working Together on Antimicrobial Stewardship

View Lynde Monson, PharmD, BCPS, as she navigates us through the latest immunization updates and details how immunizations prevent antibiotic use. The recording is available to be viewed on the CAP Center website and there is CE available! Access the Recording  ...
Reducing Accidents For Dementia Residents

Reducing Accidents For Dementia Residents

Did you know that a wood frog can hold its urine for up to 8 months? Don’t let your residents be wood frogs! Emptying the bladder often helps prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). Sometimes it’s difficult for residents living with dementia to express...
Accessible Vaccination: A First Step Towards Health Equity | February 13, 2024

Accessible Vaccination: A First Step Towards Health Equity | February 13, 2024

  Join Immunize South Dakota for the next Online & in-the-know session. The presenter will share the Autism Society’s practical tips to improve vaccine confidence by employing strategies to reduce stress when vaccinating neurodiverse patients. From this...
CDC COCA Call: Diagnostic Testing and Treatment Guidelines for COVID-19 and Influenza | February 1, 2024

CDC COCA Call: Diagnostic Testing and Treatment Guidelines for COVID-19 and Influenza | February 1, 2024

Diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses can guide clinical management, including appropriate antiviral treatment, particularly in persons at higher risk for progression to severe disease from COVID-19 and influenza, regardless of vaccination status....