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ID News Round-Up

Summary of recent news from the world of infectious diseases including airborne antibiotic resistant genes and vaccines across the lifespan…

ID News Round-Up

Summary of recent news from the world of infectious diseases including preparing for the next flu pandemic, recent US outbreaks of hepatitis A, and the risk of measles at the 2018 World Cup in Russia…

Prioritizing Adolescent Immunizations

Teens who feel invincible and put up a fight about a potentially painful shot should be no match for medical providers who can stand firm on the importance of vaccination. After all, many adolescents (and their parents) don’t understand what’s at stake if they opt out of a vaccine. Take it from a survivor of a vaccine-preventable disease: vaccines are unspeakably important and must be made a priority.

Catching Up on Summer Reading

Summer has finally arrived! No matter how you’re planning to spend it, summer provides the perfect opportunity to catch up on the piles of reading you’ve put off all winter. Looking for ideas? Read on for suggested NFID resources to consider, including complimentary webinars and recent NFID News blog posts: 2017 Annual Conference on Vaccine Research Audio Conference Recordings Audio…

Advocating for Flu Vaccination in Schools

Immunizations are a modern marvel of public health! And among the advocates on the front lines are school nurses. School nurses are more than just compliance experts for school-required immunizations; they also provide timely and accurate information to improve the health in one of our most important communities…schools.

2015 Annual Conference on Vaccine Research: News Round-Up

Top news coverage from the NFID 18th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research, held on April 13-15, 2015 in Bethesda, MD: 3 key lessons industry leaders have learned from the latest Ebola crisis (BioPharmaDive) Video: Assessment of vaccine safety, efficacy critical after introduction (Healio Infectious Disease News) Featuring Kathleen M. Neuzil, MD, MPH, PATH Video: D.A. Henderson, MD, honored for career in vaccine-preventable…

ID News Round-Up

Recent items of interest from the world of vaccine-preventable diseases: 1.  Dr. William Schaffner, NFID immediate past-president, spoke with CBS News about the recent US cyclospora outbreak,  a foodborne stomach bug of unknown origin. The outbreak has infected more than 275 people across at least seven states. 2. Oregon governor, John Kitzhaber, signed into law SB132, which requires a few extra steps for…