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Contains videos on all topics related to the delivery of immunization services, including routine and campaign delivery services as well as injection safety.
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See how UNICEF and partners travel to the most remote areas to make sur that #everychild gets protected against...
See how UNICEF and partners travel to the most remote areas to make sur that #everychild gets protected against polio. Here in a pygmy community in the Central African Republic.
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What is public health surveillance? Why is it important? And why are ethics an essential part of ensuring that...
What is public health surveillance? Why is it important? And why are ethics an essential part of ensuring that surveillance is done well? Watch our video for the answers to these questions and more.
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Since the creation of the global stockpile in 2013, more than 5 million doses of oral cholera vaccine (OCV) have...
Since the creation of the global stockpile in 2013, more than 5 million doses of oral cholera vaccine (OCV) have been successfully used in various outbreaks and humanitarian emergencies. The use of oral cholera vaccines is an additional tool to the classic cholera control measures: it should be systematically considered in both endemic countries as well as during outbreaks and emergencies.
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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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This July, it was reported that a woman from Washington State in the US had died of measles. It was the first...
This July, it was reported that a woman from Washington State in the US had died of measles. It was the first measles death in the country in 12 years and comes after a huge spike in the number of cases of the disease. There is little doubt about what has caused the rise. The 'anti-vax' movement – activists who refuse vaccines believing them to be harmful to children – is vocal, vibrant and virulent. But with their claims proven time and again to be without any scientific basis, why are the 'anti-vaxxers' still going – and apparently growing?
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"We Were There" lecture series presented "Conquering Polio in America: The Cutter Incident and Beyond"
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Vaccines are not just for kids - they're for life. It's hard to keep track of all the ways that we protect the...
Vaccines are not just for kids - they're for life. It's hard to keep track of all the ways that we protect the people that we love and the things that matter most to us. When we were kids, we learned that protection is important at all ages. Now it’s our turn to teach our kids the value of protection. Vaccines are another way that we can protect our loved ones. In fact vaccines do such a good job that its easy to forget how effective and important they are. Thanks to vaccines smallpox has been completely eradicated - and polio has almost gone too. While measles is almost completely gone in North and South America you and your loved ones are still at risk if you live in Europe.
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Herd immunity works for vaccinations as it does Facebook share fact checking. Dr. Lindsay Diamond discusses the risk...
Herd immunity works for vaccinations as it does Facebook share fact checking. Dr. Lindsay Diamond discusses the risk about the vaccination choice that parents face. What is risk and what does community do to our choices?
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While the majority of Americans vaccinate their children, there are many parents who selectively choose the vaccines...
While the majority of Americans vaccinate their children, there are many parents who selectively choose the vaccines to be given or who decline vaccinations altogether. This Forum event, held a few days after the September 10 airing of the NOVA film Vaccines: Calling the Shots, examined the drivers of public perceptions of vaccinations, the threats that vaccine-preventable illnesses pose, and the steps to be taken to restore trust in one of public health’s greatest weapons against infectious diseases.
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Getting your vaccines seems easy, until that is you consider the obstacles that prevent millions around the globe...
Getting your vaccines seems easy, until that is you consider the obstacles that prevent millions around the globe getting access to medication that we may take for granted.
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Polio cases have been reduced by 99.9% worldwide since 1988. But continuing efforts to end the disease are critical...
Polio cases have been reduced by 99.9% worldwide since 1988. But continuing efforts to end the disease are critical to eradicating polio for good. We've immunized over 2.5 billion children in the world's most sophisticated global health initiative. Help us make history by getting to zero. Learn more at endpolio.org
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Senator Ayesha Raza Farooq, the prime minister's focal person on polio eradication, explaining why routine...
Senator Ayesha Raza Farooq, the prime minister's focal person on polio eradication, explaining why routine immunisation is critical to Pakistan's efforts to eradicate polio in 2016.
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Tara Haelle will focus on vaccine hesitancy and vaccine refusal. This is a global health threat that lurks unnoticed...
Tara Haelle will focus on vaccine hesitancy and vaccine refusal. This is a global health threat that lurks unnoticed until it erupts into unpredictable disease outbreaks that are difficult to contain. She explains what underlies the fear and hesitancy that many people have toward vaccines, why it's not as irrational as some believe, and what's necessary to address it.

Tara Haelle is a freelance science and multimedia journalist who writes regularly at Forbes, NPR, Scientific American, Slate, Medscape, and other U.S.-based publications. She co-wrote “The Informed Parent: A Science-Based Guide to the First Four Years” with science journalist Emily Willingham, and she blogs about science and parenting at Red Wine & Applesauce. She holds a master's in photojournalism from the University of Texas at Austin and has published her images in several publications.
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You need a map! Having a current and accurate map can help you plan the delivery of vaccination services, because it...
You need a map! Having a current and accurate map can help you plan the delivery of vaccination services, because it shows you all the communities you serve, how many infants and pregnant women are in each community, how far away they are from you, and which mode of transport is required to reach them.

This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com.
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Johns Hopkins University study gives compelling evidence that investing in immunisation is one of the best public...
Johns Hopkins University study gives compelling evidence that investing in immunisation is one of the best public health buys.
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Dr Rachel Green, Dancing Gecko Training, discusses how motivational interviewing can improve vaccine uptake. She led...
Dr Rachel Green, Dancing Gecko Training, discusses how motivational interviewing can improve vaccine uptake. She led a workshop on this topic at the Fondation Merieux vaccine acceptance conference in Annecy, France.
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Looking for online information on vaccine safety? The WHO Vaccine Safety Net is a network of websites with more than...
Looking for online information on vaccine safety? The WHO Vaccine Safety Net is a network of websites with more than 50 members in 15 languages worldwide.
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Bonaria is being treated for cancer. She is vulnerable to infections - that's why her family is urging others to...
Bonaria is being treated for cancer. She is vulnerable to infections - that's why her family is urging others to have all recommended vaccines.
'The risk for people undergoing cancer treatment is to contract common illnesses that may prove to be very dangerous or even deadly,’ explains her husband, Giorgio.
Giorgio's photo of his wife and daughter won the 2017 Vaccines Today Communication Challenge.
Find out the backstory in this short video.
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Eugenijus Laurinaitis, University of Vilnius, discusses how health professionals can be given the skills they need...
Eugenijus Laurinaitis, University of Vilnius, discusses how health professionals can be given the skills they need to engage with people who have questions about immunisation
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Removing barriers to access will allow you to immunize more infants and pregnant women. In this video, we examine...
Removing barriers to access will allow you to immunize more infants and pregnant women. In this video, we examine some of the most common reasons for access problems, along with some solutions.

This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com
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Painting a picture of the benefits of polio vaccination. Adding creativity and colour to polio eradication efforts...
Painting a picture of the benefits of polio vaccination. Adding creativity and colour to polio eradication efforts in Afghanistan.
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Despite global healthcare innovation, some communities remain out of reach. Village Reach works toward a world where...
Despite global healthcare innovation, some communities remain out of reach. Village Reach works toward a world where all communities, no matter where they ar...
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PATH is proud to partner with The World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Africa to highlight the commitment...
PATH is proud to partner with The World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Africa to highlight the commitment of African leaders closing the immunizat...
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Health workers can be vaccine heroes and help keep measles and rubella out of their communities by never missing an...
Health workers can be vaccine heroes and help keep measles and rubella out of their communities by never missing an opportunity to vaccinate and immediately ...
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Beyond the Data Beyond brings you "take home" messages for you to use in your practice, in your classroom and in...
Beyond the Data Beyond brings you "take home" messages for you to use in your practice, in your classroom and in your home. In this video, Lauri E. Markowitz...
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Burundi became on December 16, 2013 the 19th GAVI eligible country to introduce in its routine immunisation...
Burundi became on December 16, 2013 the 19th GAVI eligible country to introduce in its routine immunisation programme antirotavirus vaccine. Rotavirus is the...
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Dr Melissa Stockwell, Columbia University, discusses the role of text messages in encouraging adolescents and...
Dr Melissa Stockwell, Columbia University, discusses the role of text messages in encouraging adolescents and pregnancy women to have recommended vaccines. S...
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Global public health worker and communications expert Christine McNab illuminates the story of how she combined her...
Global public health worker and communications expert Christine McNab illuminates the story of how she combined her passions and partnered with the Gates Foundation to create what might be the most artistically crafted vaccine promotion campaign ever.
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In 1916 the first U.S. outbreak of polio happened in New York City. Thousands died or were paralyzed as this...
In 1916 the first U.S. outbreak of polio happened in New York City. Thousands died or were paralyzed as this mysterious disease spread quickly and unchalleng...
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An important part of securing a polio-free world is making sure that laboratories and vaccine manufacturing...
An important part of securing a polio-free world is making sure that laboratories and vaccine manufacturing facilities handle and store polioviruses safely a...
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Here is the tribute to our dedicated Sehat Muhafiz by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan ! Frontline Workers are the backbone of...
Here is the tribute to our dedicated Sehat Muhafiz by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan ! Frontline Workers are the backbone of Polio Eradication Initiative programme in Pakistan.…
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Interview on measles elimination with Dr Ugren Dophu, Secretary, Ministry of Health, Bhutan. This interview was...
Interview on measles elimination with Dr Ugren Dophu, Secretary, Ministry of Health, Bhutan. This interview was recorded during the Seventieth Session of the...
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This video provides a further exploration of the organ pipe plot output produced by VCQI, including a look at the...
This video provides a further exploration of the organ pipe plot output produced by VCQI, including a look at the underlying data sets produced.

Check out other videos in our VCQI Training Tutorials series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr4cHODkF11NO8MPC1Q3G_G7AxeFr7AEk

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A discussion of unweighted proportional plots which can be generated in VCQI. Leave a comment or question on this...
A discussion of unweighted proportional plots which can be generated in VCQI. Leave a comment or question on this video here: If you are not already a member...
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Associate Professor Susan Moloney - Director of Pediatrics, Gold Coast Health discusses the importance of...
Associate Professor Susan Moloney - Director of Pediatrics, Gold Coast Health discusses the importance of vaccination and shares a tragic real life story of ...
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An eight-minute film about immunisation in Bangladesh by 11-year-old Saleha Akhter. Saleha is a BRAC advocate for...
An eight-minute film about immunisation in Bangladesh by 11-year-old Saleha Akhter. Saleha is a BRAC advocate for immunisation and was, in 2001, one of the f...
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A short chat with Dr Ousmane Diop, Coordinator of the Global Polio Laboratory Network, on innovative ways to track...
A short chat with Dr Ousmane Diop, Coordinator of the Global Polio Laboratory Network, on innovative ways to track and find polioviruses through disease surv...
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Are vaccines safe? How do they work? Is it possible a music video parody of Hamilton might help you find the answers...
Are vaccines safe? How do they work? Is it possible a music video parody of Hamilton might help you find the answers to these questions? Yes! Enjoy the Scien...
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Our tutorial on where to find VCQI programs through the TechNet-21 website, where to save them on your computer, and...
Our tutorial on where to find VCQI programs through the TechNet-21 website, where to save them on your computer, and how to tell Stata where they are.
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Overview of the Vaccination Coverage Quality Indicators
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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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L'artiste Black Nadia s'est jointe a la campagne polio pour mobiliser la population sur l'importance de la...
L'artiste Black Nadia s'est jointe a la campagne polio pour mobiliser la population sur l'importance de la vaccination. Ecoutez et partagez la. Les messages ...
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The Philippines is the 12th most-populated country in the world and is made up of over 7,000 small islands....
The Philippines is the 12th most-populated country in the world and is made up of over 7,000 small islands. Providing so many people with vaccinations for deadly diseases like measles seems like an impossible task. That doesn’t stop Gaylene from doing her part in her community. In fact, it motivates her to help as much as she can. Vaccinations were reaching fewer and fewer children over time, causing measles outbreaks. Something had to be done. Gaylene volunteers with local youth groups to inform communities of the immunization drive.
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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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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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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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Dr Douglas Opel, Seattle Children's Hospital, discusses how doctors can communicate with parents who have questions...
Dr Douglas Opel, Seattle Children's Hospital, discusses how doctors can communicate with parents who have questions about vaccines. His research suggests that the way in which healthcare professionals begin the conversation may be the key.
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May 2015 WHA experts respond on how to close the immunization gap.
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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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