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Hundreds receive H1N1 flu vaccine on campus

February 26, 2010 -- More than 400 SF State students, faculty and staff received H1N1 shots on Feb. 18 and Feb. 23 through an event organized by the School of Nursing, Student Health Services, University Housing and the Department of Health Education.

A student prepares to receive an H1N1 vaccine from a nursing student.

SF State student Anessa Dailey receives an H1N1 shot from nursing student Yirska Sardinas.

The event, held in the Seven Hills Conference Center, offered free H1N1 vaccinations to the SF State community. Twenty level-four public health nursing students administered the vaccines as part of their clinical training. Four recent graduates from the School of Nursing served as team leaders at the clinic, performing assessments and directing vaccine recipients.

For more information on H1N1 prevention, visit: www.sfsu.edu/~shs/H1N1_Flu/H1N1_Flu.html


-- Michael Bruntz


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