PermanenteDocs Chat podcast on flu, COVID, and RSV vaccine safety and effectiveness updates with Sandra Fryhofer, MD, of the American Medical Association.
How can physicians talk to parents about getting the COVID vaccine for children 5 and under as they prepare for a new school year? Watch this chat with Permanente pediatrician Susanna Block, MD.
The regional director for clinical trials for the Kaiser Permanente Department of Research and Evaluation in Southern California discusses how for some parents the convenience of fewer doses or whether the vaccines can be given with other immunizations may be deciding factors.
A Kaiser Permanente study published in JAMA finds twice the risk of severe maternal morbidity associated with coronavirus infection during pregnancy.
In recent media coverage, Matthew Daley, MD, a member a CDC vaccine advisory committee, gave a clear message about boosters for adults 50 years and older.
Kaiser Permanente's national infectious disease leader suggests the COVID-19 pandemic will transition into its “endemic” phase in 2022.
Stephen Parodi, MD, national infectious disease leader at Kaiser Permanente, stresses the importance of public health protective measures until the vaccine is broadly available for children under 5.
The Permanente pediatrician and member of the CDC vaccine advisory committee says data collected so far only definitively shows that people over 65 will benefit from additional COVID protection.
Physicians are coming together to help combat misinformation around COVID-19 vaccination and the virus.
Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader tells AMA that with an organizationwide vaccine mandate, Permanente physicians lead the nation in physician COVID-19 vaccinations.