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  1. A short, animated video explaining the potential role of vaccination in the global fight against AMR.
  2. This video shows (briefly) the history of vaccination and its impact on public health.
  3. This short animated video explains how vaccines are developed and monitored for safety after approval.
  4. This video is designed to encourage older people to view vaccination as a positive way to stay healthy, enabling them to do the many other things they wish to in later life. Rather than presenting older people as facing limitations and ill-health, it shows that vaccination, along with diet and exercise, can allow them to remain active and have fun.
  5. This short video looks at who is most severely affected by measles outbreaks in France (based on data from summer 2018)
  6. You dream of passing on only the best to your kids: good looks, sporting talent or good social skills. You want to protect them and give them the best start in life so you don't drink alcohol and watch what you eat - so that baby develops in a safe environment.
  7. This is a short video, explaining herd immunity. It has been viewed 100,000 times.
  8. This is a short video, telling the true story of a mother who needs other parents in her community to ensure that their children are vaccinated. The mother is receiving treatment for cancer.
  9. Vaccines Today ran a competition in 2018 to find Europe's 'vaccine champions'. Here are interviews with the three winners: - A doctor in Romania who advocates for vaccination on Facebook - A scientist who draws comics/cartoons to communication about immunology - A paediatrician in Germany discussing how to engages with parents about vaccination
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