The Northwest Permanente infectious disease specialist discusses how focus is shifting toward vaccinating younger people as cases climb among that population.
Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader suggests bringing COVID-19 vaccines directly to communities, supported by physicians and other trusted messengers.
Kaiser Permanente infectious disease leader says physicians now have a huge task to restore confidence in vaccines.
Students from the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine apply new clinical skills to help protect community from COVID-19.
Andrew Liu, DO, hospitalist with The Permanente Medical Group, tells NPR about how he adapted Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “My Shot” to put a hip spin on promoting COVID-19 vaccination.
Matthew Daley, MD, a pediatrician with the Colorado Permanente Medical Group, sheds light on how the latest COVID vaccine can provide a huge boost to vaccinating Americans.
Paul Thottingal, MD, national infectious disease leader at Kaiser Permanente, shares 5 ways to talk to patients about getting vaccinated when it’s their turn.
The Colorado Permanente Medical Group president and executive medical director says there are compelling reasons to pursue the immunization of children, including to alleviate their suffering and achieve herd immunity.
The Permanente pediatrician, a member of an FDA vaccine advisory panel, commented on how the recently approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine can aide in ending the pandemic.
Roberta Doucet, MD, an anesthesiologist with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, joined a panel of community experts to discuss safety protocols and COVID-19 pandemic trends at “URU The Right to Be” town hall.