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ealth Ministry launched single vaccine for dual protection against measles and rubella as part of Universal...
ealth Ministry launched single vaccine for dual protection against measles and rubella as part of Universal Immunization Programme
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The loggers are small stationary units that monitor the temperature and performance of the vaccine refrigerators and...
The loggers are small stationary units that monitor the temperature and performance of the vaccine refrigerators and freezers. They act as a guardian angel that makes sure the cold chain is respected under any circumstances, and that every vaccine remains both safe and usable until they are administered to the patients. Not only do they allow healthcare providers to access real-time data of their equipment over the web, they also track the vaccines providing their GPS positioning on Google Maps.
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B Medical Systems is a manufacturer and global distributor of medical refrigeration, blood management and vaccine...
B Medical Systems is a manufacturer and global distributor of medical refrigeration, blood management and vaccine cold chain equipment. For over 35 years, it has been innovating and creating technologies that help save lives across the globe.
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Last Mile Health partners with government to deploy, support, and manage networks of community health professionals...
Last Mile Health partners with government to deploy, support, and manage networks of community health professionals and to integrate them into the public health system. With training in maternal and child health, family planning, treatment adherence, and surveillance of epidemics, together with mentoring from nurse supervisors, these community health workers deliver quality healthcare to remote communities. In communities Last Mile Health serves, newborn mortality has decreased and the percentage of children treated for diarrhea, malaria, and pneumonia has increased. On the strength of this success, Last Mile Health is now supporting the Liberian Ministry of Health to implement the approach nationwide, preparing policy documents, training curricula, and impact measurement tools, and coordinating with NGO partners.
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A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a full-length marathon on hot, dry ground -- with no breaks in...
A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a full-length marathon on hot, dry ground -- with no breaks in between: the legendary Ironman triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, is a bucket list goal for champion athletes. But when Minda Dentler decided to take it on, she had bigger aspirations than just another medal around her neck. She tells the story of how she conquered this epic race, and what it inspired her to do next.
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Joint webinar with UPDWG and TechNet-21 featuring UNICEF and VillageReach.
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To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short...
To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short video explains how these rare virus strains emerge and how to stop them.
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Polio is still a critical problem in Pakistan where vaccination efforts have stalled. Khalida Nasreen is on a...
Polio is still a critical problem in Pakistan where vaccination efforts have stalled. Khalida Nasreen is on a mission to change that. Every morning at 5 a.m., she hops on a motorbike and makes her way around Karachi, going door-to-door to inoculate the children in town. It’s a dangerous job as healthcare workers have lost their lives in the same pursuit, but that doesn’t stop Khalida. Thanks to her efforts, the prevalence of polio in town has decreased, building a brighter future for the next generation of Pakistani children.
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Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born,...
Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born, when researcher, Andrew Wakefield and his co-authors published a paper in the medical journal The Lancet suggesting a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. As we know, in the years that followed, Wakefield's paper was completely discredited as "an elaborate fraud" and retracted. Attempts by many other researchers to replicate his "findings" have all failed and investigations unearthed commercial links and conflicts of interests underpinning his original work. Wakefield himself was struck off the medical register. And yet, the ripples of that episode are still being felt today all over the world as a resurgent anti-vaccine movement continues to drive down inoculation rates, particularly in developed Western societies, where measles rates have rocketed particularly in Europe and the United States. But the Wakefield scandal hasn't just fostered the current ant-vax movement but has played a key role in helping to undermine trust in a host of scientific disciplines from public health research to climate science and GM technology. Through the archive, science journalist Adam Rutherford explores the continuing legacy of the anti-vaccine movement on the anniversary of one of its most notorious episodes, and explore its impact on health, on research and on culture both at home and abroad.
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Melinda Gates looks at the qualitative and quantitative data that makes her believe the world is getting better.
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Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the...
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the future?
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"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may...
"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may be endangering thousands of others who can't receive vaccinations because they are too young or suffer from health conditions that compromise their immune systems. This video exposes the dangerous hypocrisy behind the anti-vaxxer movement in under six minutes.
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Umit Kartoglu reviews temperature monitoring devices used in a typical vaccine cold chain and analyses how the...
Umit Kartoglu reviews temperature monitoring devices used in a typical vaccine cold chain and analyses how the readings relate to each other when there are more than one device at a particular point. This analysis is done from the VVM perspective.
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How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living...
How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living in substandard conditions before they fled Myanmar.
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These dogs in the UK are trained to sniff out malaria.
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Everybody is talking about Measles – but what does the virus actually do in the body? Is it really so harmful that...
Everybody is talking about Measles – but what does the virus actually do in the body? Is it really so harmful that you need a vaccination? We go deep into the body of an infected person and see what Measles does and how the immune system reacts to it!
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'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission...
'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission Indradhanush
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Full Immunization: A Journey to Success in Nepal
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing countries, with a particular focus on diabetes, one of the fastest growing health challenges in Africa.
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NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease...
NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease among adolescents and young adults
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Le Dr Philippe Duclos du département vaccins et produits biologiques sur le fonctionnement du comité SAGE et sur le...
Le Dr Philippe Duclos du département vaccins et produits biologiques sur le fonctionnement du comité SAGE et sur le processus de décision en vaccination.
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When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's...
When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's children were protected from six diseases — polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, pertussis, measles and tetanus — targeted by four vaccines. Today, that figure is 83%, with some developing countries reaching 99% immunization coverage. What started as an ambitious effort to tackle six vaccine-preventable diseases has become one of the world's most successful public health programmes.

More information: http://www.who.int/immunization/programmes_systems/en/
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Join JSI and Sonder Design Collective for the second in a series of mini 30-minute webinars sharing their...




Join JSI and Sonder Design Collective for the second in a series of mini 30-minute webinars sharing their initial findings from The Vaccine Data Discovery Research in Kenya. This Human-Centered Design study is a joint effort between the two organizations and the Ministry of Health in Kenya, aimed at understanding the challenges around collecting and using data for decision-making in delivering immunization services. In this webinar, the team will take you through their learnings about immunization actors in the Kenyan health system. Through their system map and focusing on key actors, they will cover what decisions are made, what information they use to make these decisions and the key challenges they face along the way. For more information about the work, you can download the initial Kenya findings report. https://bit.ly/kenya-vxdel-report-2

 

SPEAKERS:

• Isaac Mugoya, Senior Technical Officer, Kenya - Immunization Center, JSI. Isaac has been working in immunization for more than three decades, supporting the Kenyan Ministry of Health in monitoring immunization programs, introducing new vaccines, and applying best practices.

• Emilia Klimiuk, Project Lead, Sonder Design Collective. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Emilia is a designer and researcher specializing in applying Human-Centered Design methods to the health, microfinance, and agriculture sectors in low resource settings.

• Sarah Hassanen, Kenya Lead, Sonder Design Collective. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, Sarah practices Human-Centred Design with a focus on health across multiple continents including Africa, Europe and the Middle East

• Wendy Prosser, Senior Technical Officer - Supply Chain, Immunization Center, JSI. Wendy provides technical assistance and strategic guidance on the immunization supply chain across JSI’s country teams to improve the design and management of the supply chain, create processes for data use for decision-making, and apply global best practices to the country context.





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Join JSI and Sonder Design Collective for a first in a series of mini 30-minute webinars sharing their initial...

Join JSI and Sonder Design Collective for a first in a series of mini 30-minute webinars sharing their initial findings from The Vaccine Data Discovery Research in Kenya. This Human-Centered Design study is a joint effort between the two organizations and the Ministry of Health in Kenya, aimed at understanding the challenges around collecting and using data for decision-making in delivering immunization services. In this webinar, the team deep dived into 3 insights around decision-making in the Kenya health system, covering perceptions around who is and is not a decision-maker, the context in which decisions are made, and how relevant information is accessed to inform these decisions. For more information about the work, you can download the initial Kenya findings report: https://bit.ly/kenya-vxdel-report-2

SPEAKERS:

Isaac Mugoya, Senior Technical Officer, Kenya - Immunization Center, JSI. Isaac has been working in immunization for more than three decades, supporting the Kenyan Ministry of Health in monitoring immunization programs, introducing new vaccines, and applying best practices.

Emilia Klimiuk, Project Lead, Sonder Design Collective. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Emilia is a designer and researcher specializing in applying Human-Centered Design methods to the health, microfinance, and agriculture sectors in low resource settings.

Sarah Hassanen, Kenya Lead, Sonder Design Collective. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, Sarah practices Human-Centred Design with a focus on health across multiple continents including Africa, Europe and the Middle East Wendy Prosser, Senior Technical Officer - Supply Chain, Immunization Center, JSI.

Wendy provides technical assistance and strategic guidance on the immunization supply chain across JSI’s country teams to improve the design and management of the supply chain, create processes for data use for decision making, and apply global best practices to the country context.

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Measles and rubella vaccines are safe and effective, however, achieving equitable coverage, particularly for the...
Measles and rubella vaccines are safe and effective, however, achieving equitable coverage, particularly for the second dose of measles containing vaccine (M...
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The Introducing Digital Immunization information systems - Exchange And Learning from Vietnam (IDEAL-Vietnam) is a...

The Introducing Digital Immunization information systems - Exchange And Learning from Vietnam (IDEAL-Vietnam) is a PATH project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation which has been working closely with Vietnam’s Ministry of Health in facilitating a successful transition from paper records to a completely paperless immunization record system. IDEAL Vietnam has been documenting the successes scored, challenges encountered and sharing evidence-based and data-driven learning and experience from Vietnam to inform, influence, and accelerate the successful implementation of similar tools in other countries and contexts. In this panel discussion the panelists will discuss lessons learned from Vietnam in the deployment of an electronic immunization registry (EIR) from design and development right through to national scale-up. The panelists will share the key drivers and barriers to successful deployment of EIRs while underscoring the importance of government commitment and stakeholder partnerships.

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The next epidemic could start anywhere, reach anyone, and wipe out millions. But together we can #OutsmartEpidemics....
The next epidemic could start anywhere, reach anyone, and wipe out millions. But together we can #OutsmartEpidemics. Please like, comment and share this video to help spread the word
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An in-depth look at the different component that comprise service experience and how these can be leverage to...

An in-depth look at the different component that comprise service experience and how these can be leverage to improve demand for immunization.

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Working on eradicating polio in Nigeria.
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Dr. Rudi Eggers and Dr. Seth Berkley WHO's Team Leader for Immunization Services Strengthening and CEO, Gavi, The...
Dr. Rudi Eggers and Dr. Seth Berkley WHO's Team Leader for Immunization Services Strengthening and CEO, Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, respectively, were interviewed on 22nd of May during the World Health Assembly 2015, as part of the webcast entitled "World Health +SocialGood".
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Strong supply chains save lives. These health supply chains must be designed to be efficient and resilient enough to...
Strong supply chains save lives. These health supply chains must be designed to be efficient and resilient enough to adapt to changes in the health system, r...
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For World Polio Day on 24 October, Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, thanks all...
For World Polio Day on 24 October, Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, thanks all those working to achieve a polio-free world and improve the world in a permanent way. Read more about polio eradication: http://www.polioeradication.org
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The human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cervical cancer, one of the most common cancers in women. Two vaccines...
The human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cervical cancer, one of the most common cancers in women. Two vaccines which protect against HPV are available, and are being introduced by national immunization programmes in many countries. This video gathers some questions asked in a school in Sao Paulo, Brazil, during HPV vaccination for adolescent girls.
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Afghanistan and Pakistan are two of the remaining three countries where polio hasn’t yet been eliminated. Courageous...
Afghanistan and Pakistan are two of the remaining three countries where polio hasn’t yet been eliminated. Courageous polio vaccinators travel to remote villages often in dangerous areas to immunize millions of children. Thanks to the heroic effort of these vaccinators the world is on the brink of eradicating this disease.
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From firefighter to scientist, pilot to doctor, these children have big dreams. But without vaccines, those dreams...
From firefighter to scientist, pilot to doctor, these children have big dreams. But without vaccines, those dreams will be out of reach. Today, vaccines are protecting more children than ever before. But 1.5 million more could be saved each year if we close the gap by reaching the most disadvantaged children.
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Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation &...
Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation & Training in Liberia. http://www.unicef.org
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"We Were There" lecture series presented "Conquering Polio in America: The Cutter Incident and Beyond"
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20-year-old Fatamata Kamara from Sierra Leone travels throughs rivers and forests just to get her child vaccinated...
20-year-old Fatamata Kamara from Sierra Leone travels throughs rivers and forests just to get her child vaccinated against measles.
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"Twin Voices" by Janice Flood Nichols, provides a unique and timely glimpse into polio, a virus that killed and...
"Twin Voices" by Janice Flood Nichols, provides a unique and timely glimpse into polio, a virus that killed and maimed millions of children and adults during the twentieth century. In 1953, polio struck DeWitt, NY (an eastern suburb of Syracuse) with a vengeance. In a first grade class of twenty-four students, eight children contracted the disease -- one child, Frank Flood Jr., died sixty-one hours after admission to City Hospital; another first grader and her older sister died several years later of complications. Frankie's twin sister, Janice, was admitted to the hospital on the evening of his burial. Diagnosed with paralytic polio, Janice recovered. She participated in the 1954 Salk vaccine trial, as one of nearly two million "Polio Pioneers." Today, she remains dedicated to the goal of worldwide polio eradication. Twin Voices tells the story of polio, the disease, and the story of one family's bout with the killer, in multiple "voices."
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Quick clip of using skydiving hand signals to coach auto-combustion incinerator operators in Liberia.

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Quick clip of using skydiving hand signals to coach auto-combustion incinerator operators in Liberia.

Check Altitude = Check Temperature
Practice Pull = Pick up waste
Pull = Load waste
Check arms = Stir the waste
Arch = Temperature too low
De-Arch = Temperature too high
Look around = Check for smoke
http://www.skydiveelsinore.com/jumpstart/handsignals.html
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World Polio Day is a day when we celebrate the health workers and volunteers who are going to great lengths to fight...
World Polio Day is a day when we celebrate the health workers and volunteers who are going to great lengths to fight polio. Never before in the history of polio have so few children in so few countries contracted the crippling virus – but we cannot rest until the number of cases is zero.

More than 1.7 billion doses of polio vaccine were delivered to children last year alone and continued focus is key to the complete eradication of polio.
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This educational and compelling video conveys the importance of young people receiving the meningococcal meningitis...
This educational and compelling video conveys the importance of young people receiving the meningococcal meningitis vaccine before going to college. Since adolescents ages 16 to 21 have the highest rates of meningococcal meningitis, the video tells the story of two college students: Jamie Schanbaum, a University of Texas student who had both of her legs amputated because of meningitis in 2008, and Nicolis Williams, a Texas A&M University student who died in early 2011 from the disease.

This video also features the parents of Nicolis Williams, a Texas A&M University student who died in early 2011 from the disease during his junior year. Williams' father, Greg Williams, recalls "Nick, in a period of hours, went from a healthy, vibrant young man to being brain dead."

"The good news is that meningococcal meningitis is vaccine preventable and that the vaccine is currently available at many primary care offices, retail pharmacies, public health departments and campus health clinics to make it easiest for the student," said Dr. Carol J. Baker, (http://texaschildrens.org/Locate/Doctors/Baker,-Carol/) who is the executive director of the Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research at Texas Children's Hospital and a professor of pediatrics and of molecular virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine. "Even though there's a new law requiring incoming students to get the meningococcal vaccine, the goal of this video is to educate parents and students about the disease and the vaccine, and then persuade them to make the right choice. "

"We know that one in seven college students who get meningitis will die. What makes the video impactful is that any student or parent can quickly see that it could happen to them," said Dr. Julie A. Boom, (http://texaschildrens.org/Locate/Doctors/Boom,-Julie/) who is the director of infant and childhood immunization for the Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research and an associate professor of pediatrics for Baylor College of Medicine. "This video is a great tool for organizations, healthcare associations and vaccine advocates to use when educating the public about meningitis vaccination."

Read more about Jamie, Nicolis and about Texas Childrens here: http://texaschildrens.org/About-Us/News/Facing-Meningitis-2012/
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UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a groundbreaking new vaccine launched in Somalia.
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UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a groundbreaking new vaccine launched in Somalia.
For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/immunization/.
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The search for the poliovirus is triggered when any child is found with acute flaccid paralysis. From the most...
The search for the poliovirus is triggered when any child is found with acute flaccid paralysis. From the most remote communities to the laboratory, the World Health Oranization makes sure that the pieces of the surveillance system work together so that if the poliovirus is circulating anywhere in the world it will be found – and stopped
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The government has launched a fresh campaign to vaccinate all new-born babies against the deadly rota virus disease...
The government has launched a fresh campaign to vaccinate all new-born babies against the deadly rota virus disease which is responsible for over 5,000 infant deaths every year.
The vaccine which has only been available in private hospitals at a higher cost will now be accessible free of charge in all public health facilities across the country.
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R2 worries about coming down with childhood diseases like 'whooping cough' (or Pertussis for you eggheads out...
R2 worries about coming down with childhood diseases like 'whooping cough' (or Pertussis for you eggheads out there). Threepio, of all characters, calms him ...
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Excellent study tells how the spread of Ebola started in West Africa.

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Excellent study tells how the spread of Ebola started in West Africa.

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http://www.sciencemag.org/content/345/6202/1369.full

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In 2016, 155 countries and territories from around the world made history in a coordinated global health effort that...
In 2016, 155 countries and territories from around the world made history in a coordinated global health effort that took us one step closer to achieving polio eradication. During a two-week time period in April, the health sector swapped out one type of polio vaccine for another, in what is known as “the switch.”
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