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Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines: BPHC Provider Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Raifman
20:22
Julia Raifman, assistant professor at Boston University leading the COVID-19 US State Policy Database
BEATRIZ MEZA-VALENCIA
20:45
Hi everyone! This is Beatriz, Pediatrician from East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.
Bisola Ojikutu
20:54
Welcome everyone! Please introduce yourself.
Glynnis LaRosa
21:17
Glynnis LaRosa, Sr. PH Nursing Advisor, MDPH
Emily Wilcox
21:21
Emily Wilcox, NP, BPHC School-based Health, Boston Latin Academy
Judi Haber, MORE Advertising
21:22
Hello everyone, I am Judi Haber from MORE Advertising working with BPHC on a public awareness campaign for parents as well as adults to increase uptick in vaccinations and boosters
Julia Koehler
21:50
Hi, wonderful seminar, Julia Koehler here, ID staff at Children’s, Assoc Prof of Pediatrics at HMS
Rodrigo Martinez
21:52
Hi all, Rodrigo Martinez, Chief Marketing & Experience Officer, CIC Health.
Christy Norton
21:53
Christy Norton, Nurse Consultant, MDPH
Huy Nguyen
22:07
Huy Nguyen, MD (CMO/Pediatrician, DotHouse Health)
Regina LaRocque
22:29
Regina LaRocque Adult ID specialist at MGH
Donna Latson Gittens
22:52
Hello all,
Al DeMaria
23:13
Al DeMaria, Medical and Laboratory Consultant, MDPH & BPHC
Meagan Hemeon
23:58
Hi everyone! Meagan Hemeon from the Health Resource Center at BPHC
Stacey Kokaram
24:03
Good evening everyone! Here is the link to information about these provider calls. We'll add the recording from this meeting here once it is available. You can also access the recording from our previous meeting on the same site: https://delvalle.bphc.org/mod/wiki/view.php?pageid=177
Donna Latson Gittens
24:18
Hello I'm Donna Latson Gittens, Founder & CEO
Donna Latson Gittens
24:23
of MORE Advertising.
Eduardo Nettle
24:45
Eduardo Nettle, Mass DPH, BIDLS/OHA and Community Liaison in the Vaccine Equity Initiaitve
Alexy Boudreau
25:28
Alexy Arauz Boudreau, Associate Chief of Pediatrics for Primary Care at MGH
Shari Nethersole
28:02
Shari Nethersole, Vice President for Community Health, Boston Children’s Hospital.
Linda Barros
28:55
Linda Barros, Director, Office of Community Health Workers, MA. Dept. of Public Health
Katherine Hsu
30:59
Dr. Kathy Hsu, Med Dir for MDPH DSTDP, Pedi ID at BUMC
Bria Belim
35:49
Rev. Bria Belim- Massachusetts Council of Churches
Bisola Ojikutu
40:08
Please feel free to ask questions via chat. You can also send questions directly to Dr. Sari Sanchez.
Regina LaRocque
49:11
Thanks for a great presentation!
Julia Raifman
49:23
Thank you, that was very helpful!
Glynnis LaRosa
50:02
Thank you Dr. Barnett Excellent presentation!
Alexy Boudreau
50:40
A similar question, how does the safety profile compare to other routine childhood vaccines?
Julia Koehler
51:48
Thank you so much for providing us these data highlights that address a lot of concerns!
Alexy Boudreau
51:49
Dr. Barnett, thank you for such an informative presentation brining together the most pressing questions.
Alexy Boudreau
57:40
Will these slides be shared?
Sarimer Sanchez
01:00:38
Yes! We will be posting a link to our Learning Center where the recording and slides will be available.
Julia Raifman
01:12:50
I have to drop off but wonder if the speakers could address 1) pediatricians’ roles in helping caregivers get vaccinated and boosted and 2) repercussions of caregiver loss for children and programs to support kids who have lost caregivers
Rodrigo Martinez
01:16:10
Thank you for the presentation. I appreciate the importance of knowing the audience and tailoring the message, but I am curious on your thoughts on the importance of investing in the channel. If people do not get the message, it really doesn’t matter how good the message is. How can we ensure that public health campaigns have appropriate resources for the channel, e.g., social and traditional media? Do you know of studies that quantify the impact of investing in media and social media channels to increase vaccination rates?
Julia Koehler
01:25:52
Which community-based organizations and faith organizations is our city supporting with resources to enable their vaccine outreach among their communities? I’m asking because my experience in working with grass roots in underserved communities shows that community organizations and faith leaders are the most trusted and effective, and know best how to reach their community. Comparing numbers in similar communities, one of which has strong grass roots outreach and one that doesn’t: Chelsea vs. Revere. Fully vaccinated 12-15 year olds in Chelsea: >95%; in Revere: 83%.
Julia Koehler
01:37:45
Our whole medical system should be like Boston Community Pediatrics! Welcoming, kind and accessible!
Regina LaRocque
01:38:06
Great work!
Linda Barros
01:38:25
Absolutely. Wrap around coordinated care
Katherine Hsu
01:41:24
Trrific panel. Thank you for brining us together!
Linda Barros
01:41:32
Thank you so much for this wealth of information
Katherine Hsu
01:42:04
A lot of food for thought for me ... for both clinical and public health practice ...
Huy Nguyen
01:42:16
Thank you, panelists, for your presentations.
Eduardo Nettle
01:42:23
thank you to all the speakers and the BPHC team!