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Video of the Week Archive 2016

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May 2016
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May 2-8
Video of the Week
HPV Vaccine: Education and Promotion: The California AAP provides up-to-date information about the rationale behind vaccinating pre-teens prior to sexual debut, the need for boys as well as girls to receive HPV vaccination, vaccine safety information. The video features 8 case vignettes in which doctors demonstrate effective counseling strategies addressing concerns of vaccine-hesitant parents.
May 9-15
Video of the Week
The Science of Anti-Vaccination: This "Sci Show" report focuses on the science of anti-vaccination to better understand why fewer people are getting their children vaccinated despite the dramatic success of vaccines. Explanations and examples of cognitive bias, confirmation bias, omission bias, and future regret are discussed.
May 16-22
Video of the Week
Vaccines During Pregnancy: WebMD video discussing immunizations needed before, during, and after pregnancy and which vaccines can be safely given at which times. The need for flu vaccine and Tdap vaccine are stressed for pregnant women.
May 23-29
Video of the Week
Would You Recognize Mumps? Medscape CDC Expert Commentary: Dr. Cristina Cardemil, medical epidemiologist at CDC, reviews signs and symptoms of mumps and the steps you should take if you suspect your patient has mumps. Misdiagnosis can lead to delays in implementing critical measures needed to stop mumps from spreading.
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