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William Schaffner, MD
Vaccines
08/18/2022
In this soundbite, William Schaffner, MD, speaks about the crucial need that exists with current hepatitis B virus vaccination strategies for enhancing immunogenicity in older adults and those with...
08/18/2022
Review
Review
05/08/2022
Tuberculosis (TB) is the leading infectious cause of death worldwide. BCG is the most widely used vaccine in the world. It prevents the most severe forms of TB meningitis and miliary TB disease. It is...
05/08/2022
Immunizations
Immunizations
04/29/2022
In this commentary, Michael B. Grosso, MD, writes about the history of vaccine hesitancy, how hesitancy has affected the use of the human papillomavirus vaccine, and what you can do to reduce hesitancy in...
04/29/2022

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Focus on Vaccines
Focus on Vaccines
06/11/2021
Vaccination is important for the public health of the United States. Tell us your thoughts on how frequently you recommend vaccines to your patients.
06/11/2021
Viral infections
Viral infections
02/24/2021
Disseminated zoster is characterized differently than local herpes zoster. Do you know the difference? Test your knowledge with our pop quiz!
02/24/2021
Immunizations
Immunizations
05/15/2020
Some areas of the United States are requiring children to receive certain vaccinations, regardless of religious beliefs. Do you think certain vaccines should be required for children and adults for the good...
05/15/2020
Immunizations
Immunizations
01/30/2020
Where do you stand on ACIP’s updated recommendations for pneumococcal vaccination among older adults? Let us know your thoughts about the change regarding shared decision-making by taking our poll.
01/30/2020
Influenza
Influenza
01/28/2020
During the last influenza season, 81% of all US health care workers received the influenza vaccine. Do you know which group of providers had the highest rate of vaccination? Find out by taking our pop quiz....
01/28/2020

Clinical Insights

Vaccines
William Schaffner, MD
Vaccines
08/18/2022
In this soundbite, William Schaffner, MD, speaks about the crucial need that exists with current hepatitis B virus vaccination strategies for enhancing immunogenicity in older adults and those with...
08/18/2022
Immunizations
Immunizations
04/29/2022
In this commentary, Michael B. Grosso, MD, writes about the history of vaccine hesitancy, how hesitancy has affected the use of the human papillomavirus vaccine, and what you can do to reduce hesitancy in...
04/29/2022
Vaccines
Vicente Planelles
Vaccines
04/27/2022
He talks about how specific vaccinations have benefitted our society, why some viruses can be eradicated while others cannot, and how misconceptions about the harms of vaccines started.
04/27/2022
Immunizations
Immunizations
04/03/2022
Sachiko Ozawa, PhD, MHS—the lead author of a new review that aimed to define hard-to-reach and hard-to-vaccinate populations—answers our questions about her latest review and about vaccine hesitancy.
04/03/2022
Top Papers of the Month
Top Papers of the Month
03/17/2022
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about an addition to the adult vaccination schedule, vitamin K injections in neonates, new onset of tics in children, and the use of inhaled glucocorticoids in...
03/17/2022