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Vaccine Hesitancy and COVID-19 Vaccinations

March 18, 2021

by Dr. Justin Cole The sprint to develop vaccines effective at preventing COVID-19 infection and its subsequent complications is unprecedented in modern medicine. Presently, three companies have been granted emergency use authorization from the FDA for their COVID-19 vaccines: Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, and, most recently, Johnson & Johnson. More vaccine candidates... View Article

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Beyond Safety and Efficacy: Ethics and the COVID Vaccine

December 11, 2020

by Rachel Wolthoff COVID-19 continues to change the status quo. In an effort to stop the progression, the White House has created “Operation Warp Speed” to accelerate vaccine development and approval. One vaccine is in the process of receiving emergency use authorization, and it is likely that a total of... View Article

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Can Motivational Interviewing Influence Parental Decisions About Vaccines?

May 10, 2019

How do parents make decisions about whether or not they will vaccinate their children? A team of pharmacists is researching the answer to that question. Researching the way in which patients make decisions is just one way that Cedarville is bringing positive, disruptive change to American healthcare. Motivational interviewing is... View Article