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Video of the Week Archive 2014

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December 2014
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December 1-7
Video of the Week
Batman and Robin discuss IAC
Batman and Robin discuss the Immunization Action Coalition: In 2001, CDC's broadcast production team, led by Dr. William Atkinson, created this promotion for the Immunization Action Coalition. At the time, Batman and Robin were featured prominently in IAC materials and on their website. The video highlights the importance of IAC's free online resources for healthcare professionals and their patients such as the weekly e-newsletter IAC Express, free educational materials, Vaccine Information Statements in multiple languages, and up-to-date information on state immunization laws. The video made its national debut during a live satellite broadcast of Immunization Update on September 20, 2001 and was shown during many subsequent CDC immunization satellite broadcasts over the next decade. IAC continues to offer healthcare professionals all the resources featured in the video and much more.
December 8-14
Video of the Week
The 2014-2015 Flu Season: Vaccine Recommendations
The 2014–2015 Flu Season: Vaccine Recommendations: In this CDC Expert Commentary from Medscape, Eduardo Azziz-Baumgartner, MD, MPH, discusses influenza vaccination recommendations for the 2014–2015 influenza season and reviews vaccines options. Registration is required.

 

December 15-21
Video of the Week
Teen Boys Create HPV Vaccine Videos
Teen Boys Create HPV Vaccine Videos: The New Jersey Department of Health runs an annual contest for youth to create videos about adolescent immunizations. This past year, several HPV vaccine videos were created by teen boys hoping to bring attention to the importance of including boys in HPV vaccination efforts.
 
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