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2024 Annual Arizona Immunization Conference

April 23-24, 2024
Mesa, AZ

Join 500 Arizona immunization providers including physicians, nurses, medical assistants, pharmacists, public health personnel, and other interested partners at the 2024 Annual Arizona Immunization Conference. Attendees will be provided professional development, immunization updates, and practical program guidance as we celebrate past successes and travel toward the future.

Registration information here.

2024 Southwestern Primary Care Research Summit 

May 8, 2024
Tucson, AZ

Bringing together primary care clinicians, researchers, patients, public health professionals, students, academics, and others to share their projects, passion, commitment, and enthusiasm for transforming patient care through community collaboration and patient-centered approaches.

This is a hybrid continuing education event. Registration will be available for both in-person and virtual attendeesThere is no cost to attend this activity! 

BrainWeek Conference 2024

May 9-11, 2024
Scottsdale, AZ

Join the brain health event of the year where multidisciplinary experts will present a wide range of diverse topics carefully selected by the BRAINWeek scientific and education committee to address the most pressing needs of the community. In a collaborative care team model, you’ll learn about conditions most likely to have management challenges.

Registration information here.

2024 Emergency Preparedness Webinar Series

Third Wednesday of the month

3 p.m.

In partnership with Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG), the Arizona Coalition for Healthcare Emergency Response (AzCHER), and others—we invite you to join the monthly emergency preparedness webinars in 2024 to discuss up-to-date information and resources for the areas of focus included in a comprehensive Emergency Preparedness Plan. This monthly series is the third Wednesday of the month from 3–3:45 p.m. PT.

Webinar Topics:

February 21: Alternate Power Sources and Emergency Power

March 20: How Do You Get Good at Doing Drills When Conducting Twice a Year?

April 17: Power Outages

May 22: Cybersecurity Attacks

June 19: Who/What is ASPR TRACIE?

To register and access the recordings of previous sessions visit:

Wellbeing Collaborative: Supporting Health Care Workers

Fourth Tuesday of the month

4 p.m.

A Wellbeing Collaborative for Health Professionals has formed in Arizona. Participation requires no dues or formal commitments as the Collaborative focuses on sharing lessons learned, best practices, and other practical resources.

The Wellbeing Collaborative serves as a resource for you to utilize, whether you are an organization or a health care professional. Our goal is to promote the importance of keeping our health care professionals uplifted by sharing stories, strategies being implemented that are making a difference, and helpful tactics for promoting wellbeing.

Click here for more information.


This study stands for Arizona Healthcare, Emergency Response and Other Essential workers Surveillance. AZ HEROES is  funded by the CDC  and focuses on COVID-19infection and immune response in individuals on the frontline of this pandemic. English and Spanish-speaking individuals with and without prior COVID-19 diagnosis can enroll.

Study activities include:

  • Weekly surveillance through short surveys and at-home COVID-19 tests, with additional tests if they become ill
  • Complete surveys about their COVID-19 history, risks and occupational exposure three times
  • Go  to Sonora Quest for a blood draw three to four times to test for antibodies

Participants will receive:

  • Access to COVID-19 test results
  • New information and updates on COVID-19 
  • Pride that comes with advancing the science of COVID-19
  • Entry into weekly raffles based on study compliance for the chance to win 1 of 5 $50 cash gift cards each week of the study

Please note that this study is inclusive to individuals: 

  • Between 18  and  85  years old
  • Meet one of these requirements:
    • Work at least 20 hours per week in health care, as a first responder, front-line/essential worker (retail, hospitality, facilities, government, etc.) OR
    • Part-time college student (at least 6 units) and work at least 10 hours per week
  • Can speak English or Spanish
  • Have not received the COVID-19 vaccine or have been vaccinated within the last 14 days

For more information, click here.

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