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Video of the Week Archive 2015

September 2015
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August 31 - September 7
Video of the Week
Voices for Vaccines: All About That Vax
Voices for Vaccines: All About That Vax: As NIAM 2015 comes to an end, let's continue to get everyone talking to their friends, family, and neighbors about the importance of vaccines, the dangers of the diseases they prevent, and the responsibility we all have to keep our communities healthy. In other words, we want to make everyone "All About That Vax."
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September 8-13
Video of the Week
2014-15 Teen Immunization Video Content Winners
2015 Teen Immunization Video Contest Winners: The New Jersey Department of Health announces the winners of its annual Teen Video Contest! This year, the subject of the first- and second-place winning videos is the importance of getting the influenza vaccine, the third place winner made a claymation video about Tdap vaccine, and two honorable mention awarded videos focus on the HPV vaccine for boys and young men.
1st place (Flu): Timothy Smith, Samantha Tracy, and Liam Keller
2nd place (Flu): Emily Churak
3rd place (Tdap): Gavriel Epstein
Honorable Mention (HPV): Adam Danzger, Dana Tsipenyuk, Avital Rubinchih, and Julia Pak
Honorable Mention (HPV): by Ian McBride and Dominic Capasso
September 14-20
Video of the Week
Give the MenB Vaccine
Give the MenB Vaccine: In this video commentary for Medscape, Dr. Paul Offit discusses his clinical opinion about recommending the MenB vaccines to teens and young adults.
September 21-27
Video of the Week
Flu + You PSA: On Stage
Flu + You PSA: "On Stage": The Flu + You campaign is a collaboration between the National Council on Aging (NCOA) and Sanofi Pasteur to educate seniors about the seriousness of the flu, the importance of prevention and available vaccine options. The new public service announcement (PSA) features two-time Emmy and Tony award-winning actress Judith Light—starring in the new Broadway play Therese Raquin. As the Flu + You ambassador for the second year in a row, Light educates the public about the increased risk of flu and flu-related complications in adults 65 years of age and older, and the importance of getting an annual flu vaccine.
September 28 - October 4
Video of the Week
Seattle Mama Doc: Flu Vaccine—Essential for Healthcare Workers
Seattle Mama Doc: Flu Vaccine—Essential for Healthcare Workers: Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, Seattle Children's Hospital, partners with the American Academy of Pediatrics to share information about the 2015-2016 influenza vaccine and highlights the reasons it's an essential and mandatory vaccine for healthcare workers.
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