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Video of the Week Archive 2013

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December 2013
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December 2-8
Video of the Week
Flu + You Mission with Lee Majors
Flu + You Mission with Lee Majors: Actor Lee Majors, best known for his role on the iconic television show The Six Million Dollar Man, has a new mission: To urge everyone 65 and older to talk to their health care provider about the flu and what can be done to help prevent it, including selection of the most appropriate flu vaccine. Watch him complete his mission, then learn more at the National Council on Aging: www.ncoa.org/Flu.
December 9-15
Video of the Week
Influenza Video Library
Influenza Video Library: It's National Influenza Vaccination Week: IAC's Video Library on vaccineinformation.org features a collection of influenza-related videos for parents and the public. The influenza-related videos include personal stories, public service announcements, and animations.
December 16-22
Video of the Week
Influenza
Influenza: Patsy Stinchfield, a pediatric nurse practitioner and the director of infection prevention and The Children’s Immunization Project at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, talks about influenza and the importance of influenza vaccination.
December 23-29
Video of the Week
January is HPV Awareness Month
January is HPV Awareness Month: IAC's Video Library on vaccineinformation.org features a collection of HPV-related videos for parents and the public. The collection includes personal stories, public service announcements, and animations. In addition, check out IAC's updated collection of HPV videos for healthcare professionals.
HPV videos for HCP
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