Vaxx to the Future

Vaxx to the Future

The Immunization Partnership COVID-19 Series on reducing vaccine hesitancy and empowering the public to get the COVID-19 vaccine

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April 15, 2021 10 min

Katy Gore, the Coalitions and Education Program Manager here at The Immunization Partnership discusses with John David Powell the efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccines.

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Katy Gore, the Coalitions and Education Program Manager here at The Immunization Partnership discusses with host John David Powell the COVID-19 vaccines authorized for emergency use by the FDA.

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April 15, 2021 8 min

Katy Gore, the Coalitions and Education Program Manager here at The Immunization Partnership discusses Operation Warp Speed with John David Powell.

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April 15, 2021 9 min

Katy Gore, the Coalitions and Education Program Manager here at The Immunization Partnership discusses more details about the COVID-19 vaccines with John David Powell.

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Katy Gore, the Coalitions and Education Program Manager here at The Immunization Partnership discusses the available COVID-19 vaccines with John David Powell.

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April 21, 2021 9 min

JJ Buchanan, a single, African-American woman living in Houston, talks with John David Powell about Overcoming Hesitancy and why she feels inconsistent messages created confusion, distrust, and vaccine hesitancy.

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April 21, 2021 12 min

We continue our look at COVID-19 by concluding our series of conversations with JJ Buchanan, a single, African-American woman living in Houston. She’s a public relations and marketing professional and a graduate of the University of Houston-Downtown. In this episode, Marketing 101, she offers her professional advice on how to conduct basic marketing during a pandemic 

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April 21, 2021 11 min

We continue our look at COVID-19 with a series of conversations with JJ Buchanan, a single, African-American woman living in Houston. She’s a public relations and marketing professional and a graduate of the University of Houston-Downtown. In this episode, Creating Confusion, she talked with John David Powell about the role played by political and healthcare leaders in creating confusion over COVID-19 and the vaccines.

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April 21, 2021 9 min

We continue our look at COVID-19 with a series of conversations with JJ Buchanan, a single, African-American woman living in Houston. She’s a public relations and marketing professional and a graduate of the University of Houston-Downtown. In this episode, Delaying, Not Denying, she talked with John David Powell about what led her to exercise her right to bare arms and get the vaccine.

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April 29, 2021 28 min

In this episode—COVID Lessons Learned—The Immunization Partnership Program Coordinator Ashley Beale moderates a discussion between Drs. Ogechika Alozie, Chief Executive Officer, Sunset ID Care in El Paso, Texas; Janak Patel, Director of the Department of Infection Control and Healthcare Epidemiology at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; and Umair Shah, Secretary of Health, Washington State Department of Health.

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In this episode—Vaccine Hesitancy, COVID, and Children—Katy Gore, The Immunization Partnership Coalitions and Education Program Manager, moderates a discussion between Drs. Lindy McGee and Susan Wootton. Dr. McGee is an assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, Clinical Care Center. Dr. Wootton is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases Cente...

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In this episode—COVID Vaccine Research, Development, and International Perspective—The Immunization Partnership Program Coordinator Rachel Walker moderates a discussion between Drs. James Le Duc, the former Director of the Galveston National Laboratory at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and Maria Elena Bottazzi, Associate Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine.

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In this episode we conclude our five-part visit with Cherise Rohr-Allegrini and her daughter, Angelina, a high school freshman in San Antonio, Texas. She volunteered to take part in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for teenagers. Today, Angelina talks some more about being in this history-making vaccine trial.

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In this episode we continue our five-part visit with Cherise Rohr-Allegrini and her daughter, Angelina, a high school freshman in San Antonio, Texas. She volunteered to take part in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for teenagers. Today, Cherise describes Immunization Registries, and explains what they do and what they’re supposed to do.

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In this episode we begin our five-part visit with Cherise Rohr-Allegrini and her daughter, Angelina. Angelina is a high school freshman in San Antonio, Texas. She volunteered to take part in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for teenagers. Our visit took place on April 22, 2021.

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May 17, 2021 7 min

In this episode, Kids with COVID we continue our five-part visit with Cherise Rohr-Allegrini and her daughter, Angelina, a high school freshman in San Antonio, Texas. She volunteered to take part in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for teenagers. 

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In this episode, Vaccines in the Alamo City, we continue our five-part visit with Cherise Rohr-Allegrini and her daughter, Angelina,  a high school freshman in San Antonio, Texas. She volunteered to take part in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for teenagers. 

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Overcoming vaccine hesitancy on the community level is the topic of this four-part series of conversations with Dr. Aisha Siddiqui, Founding Director of Houston’s Culture of Health-Advancing Together, or CHAT. In this episode, she tells us about working within the Gulfton community of immigrants and refugees.

We recorded this episode on June 23, 2021.

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Overcoming vaccine hesitancy on the community level is the topic of this four-part series of conversations with Dr. Aisha Siddiqui, Founding Director of Houston’s Culture of Health-Advancing Together, or CHAT. In today’s episode, Dr. Siddiqui offers some suggestions about how to change minds about the COVID-19 vaccine. We recorded this episode on June 23, 2021.

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Overcoming vaccine hesitancy on the community level is the topic of this four-part series of conversations with Dr. Aisha Siddiqui, Founding Director of Houston’s Culture of Health-Advancing Together, or CHAT. In today’s episode, Overcoming COVID-19 Challenges, Dr. Siddiqui goes into further detail about how her organization overcomes vaccine hesitancy among the Gulfton community’s immigrant and refugee population. 

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