The “Vaccines: Separating Fact from Fear” and “Vaccines and Your Baby” videos are available on the DVD titled “Vaccines.” The DVD contains both English and Spanish versions of each movie and are available for purchase by both parents and healthcare providers.
Vaccines: Separating Facts from Fear
This 27-minute video answers questions many parents have about vaccines.
Vaccines and Your Baby
This 28-minute video explains the basics of vaccines.
Talking About Vaccines With Dr. Paul Offit
This series of short videos features Dr. Paul Offit answering common questions about vaccines. The videos are available on DVDs in a looped format and are available for purchase by healthcare providers.
Age Groups and Vaccines
These short videos answer common questions about vaccines for different age groups.
Vaccine Safety and Science
These short videos address the safety and science of vaccines.
Meningococcus can cause meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain) and sepsis (an infection of the bloodstream). The consequences of infection are often immediate and devastating. About 15 of every 100 people infected with meningococcus die within hours of becoming ill. This video will help you learn about meningococcus and why college students should get the meningococcal vaccine. It is available online only.
We would like to thank Cariad Chester, the intern who produced and directed this video as well as the cast, listed in order of appearance: Morgan Williams, Sean Bryant, Eddie Montenegro, Maddie Williams, Catherine Martlin, Jason Heo, Fernando Maldonado, Cariad Chester, Travis Mattingly, Kenyetta Givans, Zachary Kronstat, Josh Gregory, Ximena Violante, Tom Powers, Erin Curtis, Will Duncan, Sarah Vogelman, Isabel Newlin, Marjani Nairne, Sam Panepinto, John Oh, Eric Verhasselt, and Beth Kotarski. Produced: 2012.
This is a 17-minute video featuring four families faced with decisions about vaccines such as adopting children from another country, starting college, moving an elderly adult into the home, and fighting cancer. This video was a project of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Pennsylvania Immunization Coalition (PAIC), and several immunization coalitions from Southeastern Pennsylvania. An accompanying two-minute PSA features two of the stories. Order the video using this PAIC order form.