FDA approval of the Pfizer covid vaccine: What employers and you need to know about this game-changer for employer vaccination mandates
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  • Duration : 60 Minutes
  • Level : Intermediate
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Mark R. Brengelman focuses on representing health care practitioners before licensure boards and in other professional regulatory matters.  He also represents children as Guardian ad Litem and parents as Court Appointed Counsel in confidential child dependency, neglect, and abuse proceedings in family court.


Mark became interested in law when he graduated with both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Philosophy from Emory University in Atlanta.  He then earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Law.  Mark became an Assistant Attorney General for Kentucky in the area of administrative and professional law as the assigned counsel and prosecuting attorney to numerous health professions licensure boards.


Retiring from state government in 2012, Mark became certified as a hearing officer, and opened his own law practice.  Mark registered as legislative agent (lobbyist) for the Kentucky Association of Pastoral Counselors for the passage of Senate Bill 61 by the 2014 General Assembly.


He is the immediate past Chair of the Health Law Section of the Kentucky Bar Association.


As a frequent participant in continuing education, Mark has been a presenter for  thirty national and state organizations and private companies.  These include the Kentucky Bar Association, Kentucky Office of the Attorney General, the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute, the Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards.


Mark was also the founding presenter in 2013-14 for “Navigating Ethics and Law for Mental Health Professionals,” a continuing education training approved by five Kentucky mental health licensure boards.  He also founded in 2017 “The Kentucky Code of Ethical Conduct:  Ethical Practice; Risk Management, and; the Code of Ethical Conduct” as an approved, state-mandated continuing education for social workers.

This webinar covers the Food and Drug Administration’s groundbreaking action to approve the Pfizer covid vaccination as a permanently approved drug for the prevention of covid-19.  An overall survey of the state of employer mandated vaccinations will be addressed.  Further, this webinar will discuss how the FDA approval will be a game-changer for employer mandates.

Erase the fear, uncertainty, and doubt about whether – and should -- an employer can mandate a covid vaccination for its employees, verify that vaccination status, and comply with employment and disability laws in offering alternatives where warranted.

Employers will either mandate the vaccination or establish an elaborate scheme on its employees to prevent the spread of covid-19.  Review these vaccination alternatives when the employer does not mandate a vaccination for its employee.  Also review the legal authority for an employer to mandate its patients and customers to be vaccinated, too.

Areas Covered

  • Legal authorization of the Pfizer vaccine by the Food and Drug Administration
  • Legal authority and permission for an employer to mandate vaccination
  • Legal authority and mandates to require patients and customers of employers and businesses to mandate vaccination
  • Employer alternatives for its employees and procedures as alternatives to mandated vaccination
  • Survey of current employer vaccine mandates
  • Issues regarding the government as employer

Course Level - Intermediate

Who Should Attend

Health care law attorneys; licensed health care practitioners in private practice; medical directors of health facilities; office managers and medical directors of private medical offices; health care managers and executives; corporate counsel in health care; health care administrators; university faculty in health care; allied health professionals in graduate-level medical education across the many health care professions; corporate compliance officers;  Individual health care practitioners; health care attorneys; government investigators; state and federal health care agencies; teachers and educators in graduate-level medical and legal education across the many health care professions; corporate counsel in health care; Attorneys at Law; Hospital Administrators; Health Care Facility Managers; Government employees; Physician and Medical Office Managers

Why Should You Attend

Fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) liner for the marketing purpose 

This webinar covers the Food and Drug Administration’s groundbreaking action to approve the Pfizer covid vaccination as a permanently approved drug for the prevention of covid-19.  An overall survey of the state of employer mandated vaccinations will be addressed.  Further, this webinar will discuss how the FDA approval will be a game-changer for employer mandates.

Erase the fear, uncertainty, and doubt about whether – and should -- an employer can mandate a covid vaccination for its employees, verify that vaccination status, and comply with employment and disability laws in offering alternatives where warranted.

Employers will either mandate the vaccination or establish an elaborate scheme on its employees to prevent the spread of covid-19.  Review these vaccination alternatives when the employer does not mandate a vaccination for its employee.  Also review the legal authority for an employer to mandate its patients and customers to be vaccinated, too.

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