Health Affairs Focuses on Vaccines, Features Interview With Thompson; Kaiser Family Foundation Describes Media Campaigns
May 12, 2005
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Health Affairs: The May/June 2005 issue of the journal contains many studies and reports on vaccines, including an article titled "An HIV/AIDS Vaccine: As We Build It, Will They Come?" (Health Affairs, May/June 2005).
- "Leveraging the Power of the Media To Combat HIV/AIDS," Health Affairs, Kaiser Family Foundation: The paper -- written by Kaiser Family Foundation Senior Vice President Matt James, Director of Entertainment Media Partnerships Tina Hoff, and colleagues -- outlines the "unique public education model" the foundation uses to partner with U.S.-based media companies to produce comprehensive HIV/AIDS campaigns. The article also discusses how Kaiser Family Foundation is expanding their efforts with new initiatives in Russia and India (James et al., Health Affairs, May/June 2005).
- "Yielding The Bully Pulpit: A Conversation With Tommy Thompson": In an interview by John Iglehart, founding editor of Health Affairs, former HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson discusses vaccine supply, preventive health care and federal health care programs (Iglehart, Health Affairs, 5/10).
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