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June 2011
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June 6-12
Video of the Week
History of the Rotavirus Vaccine
History of the Rotavirus Vaccine
Paul Offit, MD, describes becoming interested in vaccine research as a pediatric infectious disease fellow at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Offit went on to develop a rotavirus vaccine. In this 6-part series, Dr. Offit describes his formative years in vaccine research and the development and testing of a rotavirus vaccine.
1: Vaccine research
2: Formative experience
3: Developing vaccine
4: Testing vaccine
5: How to make vaccine
6: Vaccine monitoring
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June 13-19
Video of the Week
Immunization Conversation Videos
Immunization Conversation Videos
The National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) has developed a provider/consumer video program related to immunization for infants and young children. The short video vignettes (1 – 2 minutes) answer the frequently asked questions that parents have about immunization.
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June 20-27
Video of the Week
Autism: Latest Research Findings
Autism: Latest Research Findings
Dr. Eric Courchesne, a polio survivor, is one of the nation's top autism researchers. In this interview with the Autism Science Foundation, he describes the underlying brain biology of autism and shares new findings showing differences in brain structure in people with autism. These changes originate in the second trimester of prenatal life when there is a tremendous overproduction of brain cells in individuals with autism that create patches of functional abnormality.
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June 28 - July 3
Video of the Week
The CASE for Vaccine Safety
PublicHealthLive: Making the CASE for Vaccine Safety: A New Model for Communicating with Parents
Founder and President of Autism Science Foundation (ASF) Alison Singer, MBA, proposes a new framework for communicating with parents: The CASE method of communications. The program, originally broadcast in December 9, 2010 by PublicHealth Live, University of Albany, School of Public Health, addresses barriers to communication, the top parental concerns regarding vaccines, and how to address these concerns using the CASE method.
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