This program discusses respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a ubiquitous infection capable of infecting all age groups with a high probability of reinfection. However, the clinical presentation of the disease across age groups is non-specific, and clinicians often fail to identify individuals within the population at the highest risk for poor outcomes. RSV vaccination attempts have historically been unsuccessful. Multiple potential vaccines are proceeding to the late stage of development; however, there is little awareness of these potential options. This program addresses these topics, as well as vaccine hesitancy, as it is often a barrier to improving vaccination compliance, as it exists both at the provider and patient level.