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Sabin Vaccine Institute's Community Conversations on Vaccines podcast series, presented by Immunization Advocates, explores vaccine acceptance and demand issues in low- and middle-income countries through conversations with health workers, researchers, and journalists closest to vaccine delivery and decision-making.
 
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Epidemics and Vaccines

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Epidemics and Vaccines

Oxford University

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Vaccines save millions of lives each year; however, some of the world's worst diseases are still difficult to prevent. Our series of podcasts on Epidemics and Vaccines detail the research within NDM to combat diseases such as hepatitis, influenza and tuberculosis, through development of novel vaccines and vaccine delivery mechanisms and strategies. Developing countries and vulnerable populations are a particular focus of some of this work.
 
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Vaccines: Truth Uncovered

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Vaccines: Truth Uncovered

Texas Pharmacy Association

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In this four part series: Vaccines: The Truth Uncovered, listen in on a groundbreaking conversation between Texas Pharmacy Association CEO, Debbie Garza and a leading vaccine scientist, Dr. Leonard Friedland as they cover issues ranging from the development of a COVID-19 vaccine to addressing vaccine hesitancy in our society.
 
Becoming a parent is beautiful journey, but one that can also be full of uncertainty and stress. Add to that navigating a pandemic through pregnancy, birth and your little one’s first years, and the anxiety can be overwhelming. After all, it’s not just your health you have to be concerned about anymore. That’s why Dr. Veronica Pimentel – a practicing OB-GYN, pandemic mom, and fierce vaccine proponent – is here to discuss the facts about COVID, vaccines, and motherhood. In Labor of Love, Dr. ...
 
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Co-hosts Vince Blaser and Francesca Montalto are joined by Kiran Maharaj, veteran journalist and co-founder and president of the Media Institute of the Caribbean and Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network and Dr. Chizoba Wonodi, researcher and principal investigator, founder of Women Advocates for Vaccine Access (WAVA), and Nigeria Country Dire…
 
Co-hosts Vince Blaser and Francesca Montalto are joined in New York City on the sidelines of the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) by Dr. Anant Bhan, mentor and principal investigator for Sangath in Bhopal, India, and Dr. Kate Hopkins, Director of Research, Vaccine Acceptance & Demand at Sabin Vaccine Institute. Anant and Kate reflect upo…
 
Co-hosts Vince Blaser and Francesca Montalto are joined in New York City on the sidelines of the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) by Ugandan journalist and media trainer Esther Nakkazi and Malawian nurse and advocate Rashid Mang’anda. They reflect upon their take-aways from discussions with global health leaders during the UNGA, approach…
 
What drives decision-making on vaccines in low- and middle-income countries? How have professionals closest to communities fostered trust? What challenges do they have to overcome to maintain that confidence and build vaccine equity? How has the covid-19 pandemic changed vaccine acceptance and demand? Welcome to Community Conversations on Vaccines.…
 
Our last episode features an important conversation with Katie Pederson about her experience surviving COVID-19 while pregnant and the effect it has had on her mental health. We will then be joined by Dr. Pooja Lakshmin, a board-certified psychiatrist and author specializing in women’s mental health and founder and CEO of Gemma. We’ll discuss evide…
 
Ankita Rao was initially hesitant to get vaccinated while pregnant early in the pandemic. Ankita is the Editor at the Guardian US and discusses her experience of gathering credible information and guidance surrounding vaccination while pregnant. Ankita also shares misinformation she hears as a reporter within online communities around vaccination. …
 
Paige Dempsey is a single mother who got pregnant by undergoing IVF. During her pregnancy, Paige contracted COVID-19. This week, Paige shares her motherhood journey with COVID-19 and how she decided to receive a COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant. We’ll also speak with Dr. Jen Villavicencio, Lead for Equity Transformation at ACOG. Dr. Villavicencio wi…
 
Kntrice Anadumaka has a powerful story of surviving COVID-19 while pregnant when she was not vaccinated early in the pandemic. In this episode, Kntrice shares about her experience with COVID-19 and vaccinations, as well as her fears and concerns of navigating the health system as a woman of color. We’ll then be joined by Dr. Laura Riley, Obstetrici…
 
Jennifer Gaines became pregnant with her second child early in the pandemic when vaccines were first becoming available. Jennifer is a Certified Nurse Midwife and shares how she made the decision to get vaccinated against COVID-19. We are then joined by Dr. J. Martin Tucker, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) President, …
 
Rubina Qasim, an assistant professor at the Institute of Nursing & Midwifery, Dow University Health Sciences in Pakistan, and Dr. Ariel Frisancho, country director of the Catholic Medical Mission Board in Peru, consider the future and how policymakers can build trust and equitable access to vaccines to promote healthy communities. Rubina shares her…
 
Welcome to Labor of Love, a podcast that will feature women and mothers sharing their personal stories of challenges and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic. Labor of Love will also feature health experts to highlight key public health recommendations regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine hesitancy, debunking misinformation, and stigma relat…
 
Dr. Caroline Aura, a research scientist at the University of Nairobi, Kenya and Sabin Behavioral and Research Grant program partner, and Yael Berman, a fact-checking reporter for AFP in Brazil, highlight the challenges associated with addressing vaccine misinformation in communities. Dr. Caroline talks about her new research that examines governmen…
 
Amid war and humanitarian crises across South and Southeast Asia and a recent military coup in Sudan, Dr. Jaya Shreedhar, a health media advisor from India, and Mohamed Modber, a nurse and advocate in Sudan, discuss vaccine equity and acceptance challenges in these settings and consider the support that health workers and journalists need to have t…
 
Sabin's Community Conversations on Vaccines podcast series explores the topic of vaccines and immunization, targeting an audience of global health policymakers and influencers, through conversations with health workers, other immunization professionals, researchers and journalists from low- and middle-income countries.…
 
We talk with Dr. Adefunke Adesina, a medical practitioner and epidemiologist and monitoring and evaluation focal person for the Lagos State Ministry of Health, and Elizabeth Kohlway, Senior Manager of Community Building and Digital Engagement at Sabin, about the opportunity to integrate immunization with other health services to touch more people a…
 
Natalia Flores, a science journalist and researcher and the content manager at Agência Bori, and Dr. Denise Garrett, Vice President of Applied Epidemiology at the Sabin Vaccine Institute and a native of Brazil, discuss the challenges that Brazilian journalists have faced while reporting on vaccines during the pandemic and the need for transparency …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dorothy Logedi, a nurse and coordinator of a vaccine program in Kisumu, Western Kenya, and Margaret Odera, a community health worker and mentor mother to women living with HIV in the capital Nairobi’s Mathare slum. Vince and Francesca talk to Dorothy and Margaret about the unique challenges the pandemic has posed t…
 
Sabin's Community Conversation on Vaccines podcast series explores the topic of vaccine and immunizations, targeting an audience of global health policymakers and influencers, through conversations with health workers, other immunization professionals and journalists from low- and middle-income countries.…
 
Imagine this: you are a journalist covering your country's election, and the COVID-19 pandemic breaks out. How would you continue to do your job well, while keeping yourself and your family safe? In this episode, we explore those very challenges with Nazima Raghubir, a Guyanese journalist and president of the Guyana Press Association. Vince and Fra…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Marina Shikhashvili, a primary healthcare expert in Tbilisi, Georgia, with over 30 years of experience. Vince and Francesca talk to Dr. Shikhashvili about the impact COVID-19 has had on the medical community, the challenges of treating patients remotely in a pandemic and how health workers globally can benefit …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Naveen Thacker, the executive director of the International Pediatric Association. Vince and Francesca talk to Dr. Thacker about the challenges of rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and his experiences delivering routine childhood immunizations and working on India’s polio eradication program. Dr. Thacker discusses …
 
JPR unviels his plan to overcome social media censorship and make true, objective, and undoctored informed consent available to the world. But what price will he have to pay for following his dream? Is a shack on the beach just a fantasy, or an unwelcomed reality? Will you answer the call? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-ryan28/sup…
 
Two doctors ask, and answer, the most important question every new parent should ask ... and answer. But is there really a right answer? And right for whom, or what? Is the right answer obvious? Is it the same for every parent? Every child? Join these two physicians as they tackle this question from every possible angle. Did they get it right? Prob…
 
Sabin's Community Conversation on Vaccines podcast series explores the topic of vaccine and immunizations, targeting an audience of global health policymakers and influencers, health workers, other immunization professionals and journalists from low- and middle-income countries.Sabin Vaccine Institute
 
What would you do if it was your job to make the entire world comply with complete vaccination, but you were losing ground, more people were losing trust in your 'safe and effective' message, and you were losing billions in revenue every year? Would you take a step back, figure out why a minority react so severely, and fix what's wrong with your pr…
 
Should colleges mandate meningococcal vaccine? After all, this form of meningitis can be deadly. But does this vaccine even stop the spread of this disease (which it would need to in order to justify a mandate)? How can this infection be identified early so that life-saving treatment can begin? And why did almost half of the experts who evaluated t…
 
What happens when you find out your college roommate has a serious infectious disease, and you could be next? What if it's a disease you could have been vaccinated against, but your parents didn't vaccinate you for it? What will the college officials do now? Make the vaccine mandatory, or continue to let families have a choice? Does the meningococc…
 
What would happen if small religious schools decided to follow the guidelines of their faith instead of their State vaccine law? Would the State step in and shut them down? Would the Constitution save these schools? Would the public sit back and let these teachers and children be rounded up and hauled off to jail, or would we all finally learn from…
 
What will happen to private schools in California now that the government is forcing many of their students to stay home? Will they find a way to survive as small businesses dedicated to serving children in their communities? And what about religious schools? Will the U.S. constitution protect them from this Orwellian assault on their rights to a r…
 
Do people ever realize they perpetrate prejudice when they are right in the middle of it? Is descrimination only realized in history books? Or will those who stand up for what's right convince the world to accept all children as equal once again? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-ryan28/support…
 
You meet the love of your life. You have a child together. He supports your holistic style of raising your child ... for a while. Fast forward a few years, you now hate each other, and he will do anything to make your life miserable. Surely you can rely on the justice system to back up your right to be a parent. The system would never turn against …
 
What should you do if you live in one of the few states with mandatory vaccine laws and you don't want to vaccinate your child? But you also don't want to move to a free state and you don't want to homeschool? Sit in with a family and their doctor as they go through all the options. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-ryan28/support…
 
Should vaccine policymakers make vaccine choices for children based on what's best for kids as individuals and as a collective, or should they also consider the well-being of vaccine makes as well? If these policymakers held stock in or were paid by pharma, would that influence their decisions or can they set that aside and be objective? If the rig…
 
What criteria do our medical leaders use to make vaccine policy? Is their primary goal to increase vaccination rates, or to help make kids healthier? Are these two endpoints really the same, scientifically speaking? Of course, they must be . . . how can they not? Find out what happens when those who hold the fate of the world's children in their ha…
 
JPR reviews the science, or lack thereof, behind the claims that the flu shot reduces severity of disease, hospitalization, and mortality, and shows you how to quickly prove such science doesn't exist to those around do. He also reviews what flu shot claims ARE valid, from a scientific viewpoint. And given there's no evidence the vaccine reduces pe…
 
Nurse Anna knows the truth, and she's willing to put her reputation and carreer on the line to stand up for the truth. Evangeline thought she knew it too, and thought she was making the right choice. But will her decision cost her her child's life? Will these two courageous women find solace in each other? And what happens when others begin to disc…
 
Why doesn't mumps have it's very own chapter? Isn't it worth talking about like all the other diseases? Doesn't it make everyone sterile? JPR answers these questions, and more ... including the claim that the company that makes this vaccine faked its efficacy research and is now defending themselves in federal court. --- Support this podcast: https…
 
When another mumps outbreak strikes, one would expect Francine to be excited. After all, the media do their job well in getting their flock to line up for an extra dose of MMR -- just in case. But something has Francine worried, and those who fight for truth and transparency just won't go away. Will the public discover a possible dark truth behind …
 
JPR exands on the real-life events that inspired this chapter, including his own experience with the California Legislature as he watched them create a law that would eventually allow school districts to remove all vaccine-injured children from schools. Will these kids be left by the wayside in every state, or will Americans stand up for the rights…
 
Federal law (IDEA law) guarantees full access to equal education for all children with special needs. States cannot discriminate against them and deny them entrance to school for any reason -- even those who don't continue vaccination due to vaccine injury. Now that many California school districts are choosing to break this federal law, and kick t…
 
Two moms, two babies, two nurses, two medical emergencies, and one doctor to straighten it all out. Find out what happens when two moms make very different choices for their babies and they both end up side by side, supporting each other. Which baby seems better off in the end? Which mom made the better choice? What happens when a cure is potential…
 
It seems as if giving premature babies all eight recommended vaccines right before they leave the NICU would be a great idea. After all, we can't send these fragile infants out into the germ-infested world without protection, can we? And these shots are just as safe for preemies as they are for full-size infants, right? Spend a morning with a team …
 
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