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Demo: A needle-free vaccine patch that's safer and way cheaper

One hundred sixty years after the invention of the needle and syringe, we're still using them to deliver vaccines;...
One hundred sixty years after the invention of the needle and syringe, we're still using them to deliver vaccines; it's time to evolve. Biomedical engineer Mark Kendall demos the Nanopatch, a one-centimeter-by-one-centimeter square vaccine that can be applied painlessly to the skin. He shows how this tiny piece of silicon can overcome four major shortcomings of the modern needle and syringe, at a fraction of the cost.
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A new tool in the fight against polio: The Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV)

For decades, the Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) has been the main tool used to eradicate polio. But at the end of 2012,...
For decades, the Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) has been the main tool used to eradicate polio. But at the end of 2012, global immunization experts made a landmark...
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A tribute to dedicated Sehat Muhafiz by Rahat

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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A Vaccine That Could Help End Malaria

Malaria causes nearly 500,000 deaths worldwide each year. Mosquitoes carry the malaria-causing parasite from person...
Malaria causes nearly 500,000 deaths worldwide each year. Mosquitoes carry the malaria-causing parasite from person to person, spreading the disease througho...
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Interview on measles elimination with Dr Ugren Dophu, Secretary, Ministry of Health, Bhutan

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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1. Securing a Polio-Free World: Introductory video

This series of six videos explain the important steps that are being taken to make sure that, once the poliovirus...
This series of six videos explain the important steps that are being taken to make sure that, once the poliovirus has been eradicated, it will never have the...
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How can vaccines help beat superbugs?

Antimicrobials, such as antibiotics, helps us to fight serious bacterial illnesses ranging from sore throats and...
Antimicrobials, such as antibiotics, helps us to fight serious bacterial illnesses ranging from sore throats and urinary tract infections to pneumonia and me...
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A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Jimmy feels that all of this anti-vaccination silliness is starting to snowball, so he invited some real doctors to...
Jimmy feels that all of this anti-vaccination silliness is starting to snowball, so he invited some real doctors to address it. These are actual medical prof...
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The Importance of Vaccination

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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WHO: Rapidly ending an Ebola outbreak

An Ebola outbreak in the remote north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been declared over in record time....
An Ebola outbreak in the remote north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been declared over in record time. Teams from the Ministry of Health, the W...
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Saleha's Film About Immunisation in Bangladesh

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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WHO: Making injections safe, we all have a part to play

All of us, at some point in our lives, will have an injection to retain or restore good health. But sometimes...
All of us, at some point in our lives, will have an injection to retain or restore good health. But sometimes injections that are intended to promote health ...
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Coffee with Polio Experts: Dr Ousmane Diop, WHO

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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My Shot (Vaccine Version) - Science Rap Academy

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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Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver...
The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel...
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Smarter vaccine management, stronger health systems

Know how a basic smartphone, an app and the commitment of people are transforming vaccine management in India to...
Know how a basic smartphone, an app and the commitment of people are transforming vaccine management in India to ensure no child is left behind to secure fut...
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Star Wars 'Childhood Immunization' PSA

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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Sensibilisation sur le vaccin par Black Nadia

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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Key solutions for stronger health systems

Engaging diverse partners may be key to making health markets work, but how can we overcome the remaining obstacles?...
Engaging diverse partners may be key to making health markets work, but how can we overcome the remaining obstacles? Devex spoke to leaders in global health ...
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WIRED 2016: A big epidemic is coming and the world must be ready

Director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Peter Piot, on how the world needs to get organised...
Director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Peter Piot, on how the world needs to get organised in order to handle the next big epidemic....
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Mobiliser, administrer, pérenniser : Vaccin contre le VPH : Enseignements clés et recommandations

"Mobiliser, administrer, pérenniser : Enseignements clés et conseils pratiques pour une administration efficace du...
"Mobiliser, administrer, pérenniser : Enseignements clés et conseils pratiques pour une administration efficace du vaccin anti-VPH dans les pays à revenu faible et intermédiaire." Pour plus d’informations : http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons-webinar.htm.
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Movilizar, distribuir, sostener: Lecciones aprendidas de vacunación contra el VPH

"Movilizar, distribuir, sostener: Lecciones aprendidas y consejos prácticos para una distribución efectiva de la...
"Movilizar, distribuir, sostener: Lecciones aprendidas y consejos prácticos para una distribución efectiva de la vacuna contra el VPH en países de ingresos bajos y medios" fue un webinar sobre lecciones aprendidas en la distribución de la vacuna contra el virus del papiloma humano. Para más información: http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons-webinar.htm
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Mobilize, Deliver, Sustain: Lessons learnt and practical advice for effective HPV vaccine delivery

Through this webinar held in July 2016, experts from PATH and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine...
Through this webinar held in July 2016, experts from PATH and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine presented findings from the first comprehensive review of HPV vaccine delivery experiences across 46 low- and middle-income countries between 2014–2016. These experiences allowed countries to learn valuable lessons about effective methods for garnering parental acceptance and reaching young adolescent girls with the vaccine at relatively low delivery costs. The lessons learned can provide critical information for policymakers and program planners on how best to prepare, deliver, and sustain HPV vaccinations. For more information, visit http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons.
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The BID Initiative: Better Data. Better Decisions. Better Health.

The BID Initiative is partnering with countries to enhance immunization and overall health service delivery by...
The BID Initiative is partnering with countries to enhance immunization and overall health service delivery by addressing data quality and use challenges. We...
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How Gavi helps countries modernise cold chain equipment

Gavi’s Cold Chain Equipment Optimisation Platform will help countries modernise cold chains with high-performing...
Gavi’s Cold Chain Equipment Optimisation Platform will help countries modernise cold chains with high-performing equipment – a vital building block towards d...
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Vaccination anti-VPH : Enseignements tirés pour une administration réussie du vaccin

PATH et London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
Entre 2014 et 2016, afin d'appuyer les décideurs...
PATH et London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
Entre 2014 et 2016, afin d'appuyer les décideurs intéressés par l'introduction ou le passage à l'échelle de la vaccination anti-VPH, la London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine et PATH ont mené la première revue approfondie des expériences d'administration du vaccin contre le VPH, conduite à travers 46 pays à revenu faible et intermédiaire. Cette courte vidéo présente un aperçu de la manière dont les enseignements tirés par l'ensemble de ces pays peuvent fournir des informations essentielles aux décideurs et aux organisateurs de programmes concernant la meilleure façon de préparer, d'administrer et de maintenir le vaccin anti-VPH. Pour plus de renseignements, visiter http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons.
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HPV Vaccination: Lessons Learnt for Successful Delivery

PATH and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine...
PATH and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine introduction or scale-up, in 2014–2016 the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and PATH conducted the first comprehensive review of HPV vaccine delivery experiences across 46 low- and middle-income countries. This 3.5-minute video offers a preview of how lessons learnt from these countries can provide critical information for policymakers and programme planners on how best to prepare, deliver, and sustain HPV vaccines. For more information and resources, visit http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons.
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Serving the Community - Immunization Awareness

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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WHO: Training of trainers for at-risk countries on clinical management of Ebola patients

Since August 2014, WHO and its partners have developed and implemented a variety of courses to train frontline...
Since August 2014, WHO and its partners have developed and implemented a variety of courses to train frontline healthcare workers in the three countries directly affected by Ebola. Similar training activities have also been organized and proactively rolled-out in at-risk countries as part of preparation planni
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What if?

What if we lived in a world where more children reached their fifth birthdays?
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Little Children. Big Dreams

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.
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What does it take to end polio for every child?

What does it take to get polio vaccines to the most remote corners of the earth?

Four-year-old Rayana and...
What does it take to get polio vaccines to the most remote corners of the earth?

Four-year-old Rayana and millions of other children are still waiting for their vaccines - and the consequences of not getting them could be life-threatening.

But polio, a global success story for vaccines, is 99% eradicated. Join UNICEF’s vaccine journey and help us finish the job : unicefusa.org/polio
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The story of Ebola

Produced by Global Health Media Project in collaboration with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red...
Produced by Global Health Media Project in collaboration with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, UNICEF, and Yoni Goodman, this film tells communities how to handle the disease when a loved one is infected.
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Managing patient safety, one injection at a time

Infections are costly. Patients' lives, your accreditation status, your certification, and your licenses are all at...
Infections are costly. Patients' lives, your accreditation status, your certification, and your licenses are all at stake. The One & Only Campaign, a public health effort to eliminate unsafe medical injections, created this short video to help you make healthcare safer, one injection at a time.
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Check your steps! Make every injection safe

The One & Only Campaign urges healthcare providers to recognize the differences between single-dose vials and...
The One & Only Campaign urges healthcare providers to recognize the differences between single-dose vials and multi-dose vials, and to understand appropriate uses of each container type. This information can save lives.
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WHO: Human papillomavirus vaccination in Brazil

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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WHA 68: Interview with Rudi Eggers and Seth Berkley

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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Closing the immunization gap in South Sudan

Around 80,000 children were vaccinated in Juba alone during World Immunization Week, which falls every year in the...
Around 80,000 children were vaccinated in Juba alone during World Immunization Week, which falls every year in the last week of April. But the World Health Organization (WHO) says there is still a long way to go to make sure all South Sudanese children have the vaccination protection they need and deserve.
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Interview de l'expert OMS, Dr Philippe Duclos sur le Comité SAGE itled

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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Interview de l'expert OMS, le Dr Kamel Senouci à propos du GIVAP et son impact actuel

Le Dr Kamel Senouci est docteur en santé publique et en charge de la coordination du secrétariat de l'OMS pour le...
Le Dr Kamel Senouci est docteur en santé publique et en charge de la coordination du secrétariat de l'OMS pour le programme d'action mondial pour les vaccins (GIVAP). Programme et stratégie mondiale adoptée par les 194 états membres de l'OMS en 2012.
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Interview de l'expert OMS, Michel Zaffran sur le PEV à propos des facteurs de réussites

Interview de l'expert OMS, Michel Zaffran en charge du programme élargi de vaccination au siége de l'OMS
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Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Implementing in the field (2/3)

The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept...
The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept at temperatures outside of the traditional cold chain of +2°C to +8°C for a limited period of time under monitored and controlled conditions, as appropriate to the stability of the antigen.

This second of three episodes shows a case study of CTC implementation during a vaccination campaign in Côte d’Ivoire, providing insight on the health workers’ perspective.
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Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Delivering vaccines more easily (1/3)

The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept...
The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept at temperatures outside of the traditional cold chain of +2°C to +8°C for a limited period of time under monitored and controlled conditions, as appropriate to the stability of the antigen.

This first of three episodes explains what CTC is, why it is useful and how it is feasible.
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How can doctors communicate with patients about vaccines?

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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68th WHA: What are key challenges countries face with strengthening vaccine systems?

Experts outline key challenges to strengthening health systems for vaccine delivery at the 68th WHA
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68th WHA: What must be done to close the immunization gap?

May 2015 WHA experts respond on how to close the immunization gap.
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"Working on something that is worthwhile": HIV vaccine

Researchers and clinicians across the field express their dedication to finding an HIV vaccine.
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A mother's quest by canoe to vaccines in Sierra Leone | UNICEF

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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Rotavirus vaccines: Rapid rollout is saving lives

More than 75 countries have introduced rotavirus vaccines in less than 10 years – the fastest scale up of a child...
More than 75 countries have introduced rotavirus vaccines in less than 10 years – the fastest scale up of a child vaccine ever. Children who are vaccinated are 50-94% less likely to be hospitalized for severe rotavirus diarrhea, but the vaccines aren’t reaching all children. Rotavirus is still responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths per year. Help us share this story so we can protect all children from rotavirus.

Visit www.defeatdd.org, www.path.org, and www.rotavirus.org to learn more.
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