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Video of the Week Archive 2015

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May 2015
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May 4-10
Video of the Week
New Interventions Needed to Address Parental Vaccine Hesitancy
New Interventions Needed to Address Parental Vaccine Hesitancy: Walter A. Orenstein, MD, discusses potential intervention strategies to reduce parental vaccine refusal and hesitancy. To increase effectiveness of physician vaccine recommendations, the National Vaccine Advisory Committee suggests implementing billing codes for counseling given during recommendations and calls for research funding to develop effective interventions that address vaccine hesitancy. The National Vaccine Advisory Committee plans to finalize their recommendations on how to improve vaccine confidence by the end of June 2015. The public has the opportunity to submit comments on the recommendations by May 6, 2015.
Weigh in on the National Vaccine Advisory Committee recommendations
May 11-17
Video of the Week
The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, and Elmo want you to stay healthy and get vaccinated!
The Surgeon General Murthy and Elmo: The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Sesame Street, and the Daily Dot have teamed up to create two charming videos that you can share with friends, family, and new parents.
The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, and Elmo want you to stay healthy and get vaccinated!
The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, and Elmo Want You to Stay Healthy and Get Vaccinated!
May 18-24
Video of the Week
JAMA Network: Autism Occurrence by MMR Vaccine Status Among U.S. Children With Older Siblings With and Without Autism
JAMA Network: Autism Occurrence by MMR Vaccine Status Among U.S. Children With Older Siblings With and Without Autism: The JAMA Network’s interview with author Anjali Jain, MD. In this large sample of privately insured children with older siblings, receipt of the MMR vaccine was not associated with increased risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), regardless of whether older siblings had ASD. These findings indicate no harmful association between MMR vaccine receipt and ASD even among children already at higher risk for ASD.
Related article from the April 21 issue of JAMA
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