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February 2010 Video Help
February 1-8
Video of the Week
HHS: H1N1 Vaccine Is Plentiful
HHS: H1N1 Vaccine Is Plentiful
On Thursday, January 7, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, and the Surgeon General of the United States Regina Benjamin visited a school-based vaccination clinic in Arlington, Virginia. The officials were there to visit with students nine years of age and younger who were receiving their second dose of H1N1 vaccine.
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February 9-15
Video of the Week
Vaccine FAQs for Parents
Vaccine FAQs for Parents
Every Child by Two (ECBT) recently launched a new web page titled "Video FAQs," which features short video clips (30-sec to 2-min) of experts on immunization and autism briefly answering parents' most frequently asked questions about vaccination.
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February 16-23
Video of the Week
Vaccine Update: Free CME Video
Vaccine Update: Free CME Video
Discovery Health Channel has released "Vaccine Update--Recent Data and Recommendations," a video series that offers free continuing medical education (CME) credit. The 4-part series features a panel of experts, including Dr. Melinda Wharton from NCIRD.
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February 24 - March 1
Video of the Week
Meningitis Is Sneaky
Meningitis Is Sneaky
MAK's (Meningitis Awareness Key to prevention) educational video (17-min) appears as a 3-part series on YouTube. The video series covers the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of meningitis. It shows the possible long-term debilitating effects of meningitis. Part 3 stresses the importance of vaccination against meningococcal disease.
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