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Talking about COVID-19 Vaccines - Shared screen with speaker view
Dcn. ToSH BOLANLE
22:48
echo!!!
Dcn. ToSH BOLANLE
23:33
Are we the only one experiencing echo?
Laurence Yung
23:51
I have good audio
Amy Alward
23:59
no echo here
Heather
24:01
I have good audio as well
Mary Lynn Rodgers
24:03
me 2
adamst2
24:09
no echo
Paul Shabou
24:45
I made it ! :)
Dr. ToSH BOLANLE
28:47
echo gone!...double connnection!
Heidi
29:36
So glad the Echo is gone :)
Dr. ToSH BOLANLE
30:03
me too:)
Heidi
37:00
Resource to share--CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient Education: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/hcp/index.html
Heidi
40:03
Another great resource is from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), they have a great and very detailed question and answer site for COVID-19 vaccines. This is a great site to help answer questions because there is a wealth of questions listed there. https://www.chop.edu/centers-programs/vaccine-education-center/making-vaccines/prevent-covid
Nésha Hill
40:59
Which videos make you tear up?
Ann Ripberger
42:12
https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98178_103214_104868_105263---,00.html
Nikki W
42:16
MDHHS "My Why" for COVID vax
Heidi
42:31
The videos that MDHHS has put out regarding the "why" people in Michigan have decided to get vaccinated. I will look for the link to post in the chat. They are well done and are real people talking about why they received the vaccine.
Linda Huff
42:32
My Why Covid Vaccine videos
Toni Bulthuis
42:55
I second the CHOP information - so thorough!
Nikki W
44:24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je9MksC5fOw
Heidi
46:50
Thank you for posting the video link. I was worried that when I pulled it up we would get background noise. So thank you Nikki W.
Greg Bensinger
50:07
https://www.chop.edu/centers-programs/vaccine-education-center/making-vaccines/prevent-covid
Greg Bensinger
55:54
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/facts.html
Greg Bensinger
56:59
https://www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/mcm-legal-regulatory-and-policy-framework/emergency-use-authorization
Heidi
58:57
I forgot to add the link for the clinical considerations. Remember this is a great source to bookmark: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/clinical-considerations/index.html
Dr. ToSH BOLANLE
01:01:40
How can we access the SCHOOL SYSTEMS to set up off-site VACCINATION CLINICS?
Nésha Hill
01:01:43
Thanks Andrea and Heidi.... great info and resources... we'll put those to good use with our Vaccine project.
Lydia - Michigan
01:01:44
Any tips for responding to folks who want to "wait and see"? Talk to them about most side affects happening within 2 months? Ask about their more specific concerns? Sometimes I'm not sure exactly where to take the conversation when people say this.
Kelly’s iPhone
01:02:44
If you been vaccinated what is the chances of still being infected with the virus
Dr. ToSH BOLANLE
01:02:57
Bravo!!
Guest
01:04:52
If you waited too long to receive your second dose and find yourself past the appropriate amount of time to do so, will there be any potential negative effects? Do you have to wait to get the 1st dose again?
Maria Zardis
01:05:00
A recent Crain's article said that we are now dependent on doctor to help patients make a decision about whether to be vaccinated or not. Is MDHHS reaching out to licensed physician's to share resources that they can share with patients? Can we assume that all doctor's know about county/regional health department vaccine sites?
Anita Berger
01:06:10
Next time can we discuss the recent myocarditis events in ppl who are around 50 and younger in the 20 range?
Steve Sexton
01:06:15
I also am interested to see if we're doing any detailing work with PCPs, I've had a few doctors who were giving incorrect vaccination guidelines to pts
Liz MacIntyre
01:08:07
So many PCPs are drawing for antibodies and instructing patients that if they have antibodies they can wait to vaccinate. Is this correct info? What is the appropriate amount of antibody they are looking for?
Anita Berger
01:09:07
Should have a Vaccine Specialist calling on physicians like a pharma rep. If hiring, I am available!
Anita Berger
01:09:39
Thank you for all you do!
Angela Venderley
01:09:59
Can you post the link to your vaccine corner for Q & A?
Customer
01:11:34
what are the rules about the 4 day grace period? i thought this was not supoosed to be done intentionally. there are pharmacists syaing: it is up to their discretion"
Customer
01:12:20
please please put this in writing!
Angela Venderley
01:12:34
In response to Anita Berger's post, I am available as well on the Vaccine Specialist, if hiring!
Customer
01:12:37
thank you!
Leah Ann Sherer
01:12:52
Thank you!
Dr. ToSH BOLANLE
01:12:52
Thanks for an exciting session!
Julia Costigan
01:12:54
Thank you so much!
Linda Huff
01:12:56
Thank you so much
Katelynd Burd
01:13:04
Thank you
Linda Hakim
01:13:08
Thank you. Great presentation!
Guest
01:13:08
Grrrrreat Job!
Lydia - Michigan
01:13:09
Thank you! Fabulous!
Maria Zardis
01:13:10
Great session, thanks for the info!
Uma
01:13:13
Thank you very much!
Bethany Knowlton
01:13:14
Thank you so much for the great information. Have a wonderful day.
Jose Cabrera
01:13:20
Great session! thank you so much!
Jacqueline Adams
01:13:20
Thank you!
Tim DeRosia
01:13:23
This was wonderful. Thank you so much!
Sandra Enness
01:13:27
Thank you for the info!
Customer
01:13:30
you guys are EXCELLENT!
Halima Abdullah-Al-Basir
01:13:33
Thank you!
Carmen Mateo
01:13:34
thank you
Angela Venderley
01:13:34
Thank you for a great presentation!
Briana Putrus
01:13:37
Thank you!
StricklenJ
01:13:39
Thank you
Yoo Jin
01:13:41
Thank you!
Kyra Barker
01:13:42
Thank you
Holta Mecani
01:13:46
Thank you!
Amy Salazar
01:13:53
Thank you, all very useful information! :)