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Collaborative Leadership to Ensure Uniform Application of Best Practices during H1N1 Immunizations: Quality Improvement during an Evolving Event

Sharing Session (90 minutes)
Friday, Jul 16
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Room 24
Conference Track:
Best Practices and Their Impact on the Six Winnable Battles

The challenges of the H1N1 vaccination effort were greater than one agency could handle. The Greater Somerset Public Health Partnership (GSPHP), a group of eight local health departments serving 360,000 New Jersey residents, recognized early on that a collaborative response was essential to plan, implement, and evaluate local mass immunization efforts. The GSPHP applied the concepts of quality improvement model “Plan-Do-Study-Act,” and embraced a collaborative leadership approach, pooling resources to collectively plan and implement a multi-municipality vaccination effort. This collaborative leadership and quality improvement process helped ensure that uniform best practices were applied during each of the 35 plus clinics provided in the first six weeks of vaccination activity.


Carey, Stephanie D., MPH
Health Officer
Montgomery Township Health Department

Sumner, Kevin G., MPH
Health Officer
Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission

McKay Wharton, Colleen, MA
Health Educator
Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission

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