HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Baltimore, Maryland, USA or Virtually from your home or work.
Mohammad Zoladl, Speaker at Immunology Conferences
Yasuj University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Title : The involvement of the nurses in vaccination process: History, advantages, limitations, challenges, and perspective of their role in the future


Since previous centuries to now, the occurrence of pandemics has been as complex health problem in the world. Production and administration of vaccination has been an important role in the management and control of these pandemics. The main point of this success is participation of the health care staffs. Nurses as the largest part of the health care system staffs are in the ideal position to meet the numerous challenges facing the health system such as pandemics. They can perform their own roles in the first, second, and tertiary levels of prevention consist of preventing injury and illnesses, care, participation in the cure, developing quality assurance procedures, advocate for health promotion, education of the public and patients, participating in rehabilitation, and providing support. In addition, nurses can involve in the research and management processes. While the nurses' activities focused on the hospital oriented performance in the past years, but now a day, domain of the nurses' practices widespread to the community, and nurses able to play a key part in rolling out vaccination campaigns and preserving public safety. Nurses are topped the list of professions that people deem as trustworthy for the public awareness. Nurses provide guides personal and family health care decisions, and enhance the public knowledgeable about the importance and process of necessary vaccinations, vaccines’ efficacy and safety using the communication, so, communication is the most crucial role that nurses play in the vaccination process. Another role of nurses is administrative safety consist of ensuring the safe handling, storage, and administration of vaccinations. Additionally, nurses must take patients’ medical histories and be aware of any allergies in order to ensure a safe vaccination process. It is within this panorama that nurses globally can participate in this new task, adding to the contribution they have already made by their incessant work in the front line of the battle against pandemics.

Audience Take Away:

The audience will be able aware following during my lecture, and use them in their jobs and future research projects:

  • History of the role of the nurses in vaccination process
  • Advantages, limitations, and challenges of the involvement of the nurses in vaccination process
  • Nurses' role in the vaccination process in the future


Dr. Mohammad Zoladl studied Nursing at the Tarbiat Modares University, Iran and graduated as PhD in 2007. His academic employment begun at the Yasuj University of Medical Sciences in 1990 as Assistant Instructor, and have continued to now. Since 2013 who obtained the position of an Associate Professor to present, he act  in the domains of teaching, research, and health care management as the associate Professor. He has published 13, 20, 31, and 85 research articles in journals that indexed in ISI, PUMED, SCOPUS, and Google Scholar respectively.