Vaccines in pregnancy screencast

Vaccine development is one of the major interventions in global health to date, playing a central role in reducing morbidity and mortality from infectious disease, including in pregnant women. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic vaccines were estimated to prevent 3 million deaths per year globally. Written by Dr Jo Parsons a post-doctoral researcher with a PhD in vaccine uptake in pregnancy and Dr Sarah Hillman, a GP and clinical lecturer at the University of Warwick, this screencast provides information on vaccinations within pregnancy including the COVID-19 vaccine.

Last modified: Thursday, 13 January 2022, 11:24 AM