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January 2-8
Video of the Week
Video: HPV and Meningococcal Vaccination for Teens
HPV and Meningococcal Vaccination for Teens: Protecting adolescent health is such a priority that the Florida Bureau of Immunization invited kids and teens (ages 11 to 18) to create a 30-second PSA about the importance of HPV vaccination or meningococcal vaccination. Teens and tweens throughout Florida responded with great creativity—from dance to drama, and humor to seriousness.
More HPV videos from IAC
January 9-15
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New HPV-related Website and Videos from VEC
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New HPV-related Website and Videos from VEC: The Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia features a video of Dr. Offit, as well as videos of families discussing their decision to get the HPV vaccine. You will also find links to additional information, questions and answers, and opportunities to share via social media.
More HPV videos from IAC
January 16-22
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Video: Immunization: A dose of reality
Immunization: A dose of reality: This 1-hour video series from the Florida Bureau of Immunization features both medical experts who discuss the science of vaccines in easily understood language and families who live with the consequences of vaccine-preventable diseases.
January 23-29
Video of the Week
Video: Tdap: Now for Pregnant Women and 65 Plus
Tdap: Now for Pregnant Women and 65 Plus: Dr. Jennifer Liang discusses the latest Tdap vaccine recommendations in this CDC Expert Commentary on Medscape. CDC is taking measures to fill a gap in the protection of infants from pertussis, by vaccinating pregnant women and people in contact with infants younger than 1 year.
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January 30 - February 5
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Video series about Flu from Minnesota
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Video Series about Flu from Minnesota: Is it too late to get a flu shot? That is the opening question in a new video series from the Immunization Program called “Prevent the flu!” featuring the Commissioner of Health. In the three-part series, the Commissioner interviews Minnesotans about the flu and flu shots.
             
 
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