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Video of the Week Archive 2014

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February 2014
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February 3-9
Video of the Week
Dr. Brooks' Story about Pertussis
Dr. Brooks' Story about Pertussis: A young patient with pertussis moves Dr.Oliver T. Brooks to raise awareness about preventing the disease. Shot by Shot Stories of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases is a project of the California Immunization Coalition. Visit ShotByShot.org to view the entire collection of video stories from people who have been touched by vaccine-preventable diseases.
February 10-16
Video of the Week
Protect Yourself and Others by Getting Your Flu Shot - It's Easy!
Protect Yourself and Others by Getting Your Flu Shot - It's Easy!: Watch this video from Heartland Healthcare (St. Joseph, Missouri) as an example of an excellent employee health campaign to promote influenza vaccination in healthcare settings.
February 17-23
Video of the Week
Dr. Samuelson's Story
Dr. Samuelson's Story: Dr. Patricia Samuelson shares the most difficult stories of dealing with pertussis from the perspective of a healthcare professional. Shot by Shot Stories of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases is a project of the California Immunization Coalition. Visit ShotByShot.org to view the entire collection of video stories from people who have been touched by vaccine-preventable diseases.
February 24 - March 2
Video of the Week
Healthcare Triage: Vaccines and Autism
Healthcare Triage: Vaccines and Autism: Watch this excellent video about the lack of evidence for an association between vaccines and autism from Healthcare Triage, a blog and video series about healthcare issues hosted by pediatrician and health policy expert Dr. Aaron Carroll, The Incidental Economist.
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