Short videos curated to showcase the important role that academic medical centers have in partnering with the communities they serve to build trust and increase confidence in COVID-19 vaccines and routine pediatric immunizations.
Everett and Kristin Jiles both got sick with COVID-19 in July 2021. She was vaccinated. He was not.
When Dr. Gabriel C. Lockhart realized his mother was concerned with the vaccine’s side effects, he texted and called her with data that showed it was safe.
Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly speaks about Long COVID and the importance of remaining vigilant.
Physician Alister Martin, MD, MPP, and medical student David Velasquez teamed up to found GOTVax to increase vaccination rates in hard-hit Boston communities.
In this short video, Mamie Williams, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC explains how her hospital is working to increase vaccination among health care personnel.
Elizabeth Greenaway, millennial mom, describes why she was skeptical, what happened to change her mind, and what she would tell others about getting vaccinated.
Kim Simmons of Arlington Heights, IL describes why she was skeptical, what happened to change her mind, and what she would tell others about getting vaccinated.
Caitlyn Barber, 28, was a competitive runner who had completed five half-marathons. Her initial mild COVID-19 illness has turned into an 18-month ordeal.
Jen Singer was an active cyclist who could easily keep up with her young adult sons. Her COVID-19 illness eventually led to heart failure and a pacemaker.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY partners with community organizations to produce vaccine education materials and host community events.
Many U.S. adults in the U.S. can’t access digital health tools and technology and are being left behind. Here’s how to change that.
An autoimmune condition means Louisa Christy and her family have to take extra precautions to keep her from becoming infected with the virus.
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine engages community and faith-based organizations to listen and learn about building trust in pediatric vaccines.
University of Miami College of Medicine partners with the Children's Health Fund to provide access to vaccines and other comprehensive health care services.
Washington State Univ. partnered with CHAS Health and Latinos en Spokane to offer vaccinations and other comprehensive health care services to the community.