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March 31 - April 6
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The Scream that Should Be Heard Around the World, TEDx San Antonio
The Scream that Should Be Heard Around the World, TEDx San Antonio: Watch Anna Dragsbaek, president and CEO of The Immunization Partnership, share her powerful story as an immunization advocate. In Sierra Leone, where she was a Peace Corps volunteer, she watched children suffer from vaccine-preventable diseases, such as tetanus, measles, and polio. Later, Anna lived in China where she again witnessed people suffering from vaccine-preventable diseases, including severe influenza. Dragsbaek focuses on implementing projects to boost immunization rates and analyzing immunization law and policies. She gives a compelling and sensible approach to the case for immunization as our social contract with community and global health.
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April 7-13
Video of the Week
Vaccine delivery: The last mile
Vaccine delivery - The last mile: You've walked for several hours to get your baby vaccinated. But the clinic has run out of vaccines - or the healthworker hasn't turned up because his motorcycle broke. These problems are typical along the last mile or so of a vaccine's journey from factory to child in Africa. In this film we hear how Riders for Health are tackling the transport problem. They hope to reach every child, wherever they live and however difficult the journey might be.
Read more in the Nature Outlook: Vaccines
April 14-20
Video of the Week
RadioMD: Vaccine Public Health Victory
RadioMD: Vaccine Public Health Victory: Childhood immunizations save thousands of lives and billions of dollars, a recent study finds. According to an economic analysis published online in the journal Pediatrics, "the vaccines currently recommended for young children represent not only a major public health victory in terms of disease prevention, but also an excellent public health ‘buy’ in terms of dollars and cents."
Related Links:
AAP Press Release
"Economic Evaluation of the Routine Childhood Immunization Program in the United States, 2009," Pediatrics, published online March 3, 2014:
April 21-27
Video of the Week
National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is April 26-May3 2014
National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is April 26–May 3: To promote NIIW, consider pitching these new public service announcements (PSAs) from CDC to local and cable television. CDC's PSA Pitching Guide helps you promote infant immunization to the general public. New PSAs about the importance of vaccination for babies are available in English and Spanish.
PSA Pitching Guide
               
April 28-May 4
Video of the Week
It's World Immunization Week and National Infant Immmunization Week
It's World Immunization Week and National Infant Immunization Week: Check out Juicy Mutyaba and Bebe Cool's 'Immunisation Song," made possible by UNICEF Uganda. Altogether now: "prevention is better than cure."
             
 
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