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Many adolescents and young adults have missed healthcare visits and important vaccinations due to the Covid-19 crisis. Find out what you can do now and how Unity can help!

Hot Topics Videos

Videos that Touch Upon Current Trends Regarding Teen Vaccination

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What are HOT TOPICS Videos?

Unity™ Consortium's Hot Topics Videos address timely and relevant issues, trends and areas of interest in adolescent and young adult immunization including:

  • The importance of the 16 year-old well visit and immunization platform
  • Updated meningococcal vaccination recommendations
  • Sub-optimal adherence rates in adolescent vaccines
  • Understanding shared clinical decision-making recommendations
  • Talking to parents, adolescents and young adults about immunizations

Why Watch?

UNITY's Hot Topics Videos:

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    Cover subjects that impact your immunization practice

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    Shed light on new recommendations, standards and challenges

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    Feature recognized experts

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    Are brief and engaging (around 3 minutes)

The Videos

Click to view the videos most relevant to you.

UNITY Resources

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16. Learn about the vaccines recommended for your child at ages 11-12 and 16

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16 (2 minutes)

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media. A teen vaccine advocate and a physician teen health expert speak out about vaccine misinformation on social media

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media

Dr. Kristen Feemster, MD, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Physician from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health discusses avoiding missed opportunities for immunizations at annual check-ups and general wellness visits.

Protecting Young Adults: Vaccinate at 16 Years Old

Raising awareness of the value of vaccines: Expert, Dr. Paul Offit discusses the importance of adolescent vaccination

Protecting Against Meningococcal Disease by Vaccinating

L.J. Tan, MS, PhD, Chief Strategy Officer of the Immunization Action Coalition discussed best ways to engage parents and adolescents on the importance of getting immunizations.

Protection from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Raising awareness of the value of vaccines: Share expert Dr. Paul Offit on the importance of adolescent vaccination

Importance of Adolescent Vaccination

UNITY Resources

Separating Fact from Fiction. Vaccine Advocate Ethan Lindenberger and Dr. Laura Offutt discuss how and where to find reliable sources of vaccine information on the internet

Pro-Vaccine Advocate Ethan Lindenberger on Separating Fact from Fiction

Protection from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases. Unity President talks about important vaccines recommended for teens at age 16 and Unity’s mission and resources

Judy Klein – Protection from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16: Watch experts Drs. Charles Irwin and Paul Offit

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16. Learn about the vaccines recommended for your child at ages 11-12 and 16

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16 (2 minutes)

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media. A teen vaccine advocate and a physician teen health expert speak out about vaccine misinformation on social media

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media

Raising awareness of the value of vaccines: Share expert Dr. Paul Offit on the importance of adolescent vaccination

Importance of Adolescent Vaccination

UNITY Resources

Separating Fact from Fiction. Vaccine Advocate Ethan Lindenberger and Dr. Laura Offutt discuss how and where to find reliable sources of vaccine information on the internet

Pro-Vaccine Advocate Ethan Lindenberger on Separating Fact from Fiction

Protection from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases. Unity President talks about important vaccines recommended for teens at age 16 and Unity’s mission and resources

Judy Klein – Protection from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16: Watch experts Drs. Charles Irwin and Paul Offit

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16. Learn about the vaccines recommended for your child at ages 11-12 and 16

Prioritizing Adolescents: Vaccinate at Ages 11-12 & 16 (2 minutes)

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media. A teen vaccine advocate and a physician teen health expert speak out about vaccine misinformation on social media

Spotting Fake Vaccine Information on Social Media