Additional Presentations and Interviews
This page offers select interviews with other members of the Vaccine Education Center team.
Kristen A. Feemster, MD
- How can we manage COVID-19? 5 ideas from Philly’s health community – The Philadelphia Tribune
- Phila. brings hospital, health agency experts together for COVID-19 update – WPVI Action News
- Philadelphia officials say 2 people now being tested for coronavirus – KYW radio
- Philadelphia Health Department issues alert on measles vaccinations – WPVI Action News
- Adolescent and Teen Vaccinations – Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM Your Health Matters Podcast
- Eliminate vaccine exemptions – New York Times
- Keeping the Faith in Vaccines – County Lines Magazine
- Religious Freedom Balanced With Responsibility – The New York Times
- Eliminate Vaccine Exemptions – The New York Times
Angela Shen, ScD, MPH
- Promoting innovation and equity as COVID-19 vaccines and treatments emerge – Health Affairs
- Vaccinations have sharply declined nationwide during the COVID-19 pandemic – Scientific American
- Immunization and universal health coverage: A lifesaving combination - CSIS
- National preparedness for COVID-19 immunization: Time to act – NEHI Live!
- Childhood vaccination coverage declines during COVID-19 pandemic – Contagion Live
- Before schools reopen, parents urged to catch up on kids’ missed vaccinations – National Geographic
- Why routine immunizations are a must—Even during a pandemic – ASTHO Experts
- Vaccinations fall to alarming rates, C.D.C. study shows – The New York Times
Charlotte A. Moser
- Coronavirus parties are a bad idea- Medscape
- How the science of vaccination is taught (or not) in US schools – The Hechinger Report
Anne Reilly, MD, MPH
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