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Occupational Health Wellcasts
Compliance Made Easy Elizabeth Barry speaks with Dr. Melanie Swift, Director of The Occupational Health Clinic about how VUMC employees can meet the immunization requirements. Begin Transcript Elizabeth Barry: Welcome to this edition of the Vanderbilt University Health and Wellness Wellcast. I am Elizabeth Barry with the Occupational Health Clinic. Today, we are meeting with...
Teera talks with Brad Awalt, manager at Health Plus about ways to incorporate exercise in your work day.
Sarah Burlason, RN, BSN, Occupational Health Clinic Outreach, explains the different types of flu vaccine that will be offered this year and invites all VUMC and VU employees to attend Flulapalooza® on October 7th from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the tent located between Light Hall and the VA.
Dr. John Zic, Associate Professor of Dermatology and Director of the Vanderbilt University Cutaneous Lymphoma Clinic, discusses prevention and treatment of common summer rashes.
Dr. James Crowe, Professor of Pediatrics, Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology to discuss chikungunya with us.
Are you experiencing headaches? Listen to Neurologist, Dr. Kita Williams explain the difference between the top 5 headache syndromes you could be experiencing.
Teera interviews Les Wooldridge who has been a cyclist for over 15 years. Les gives helpful tips to both drivers and cyclist on how to safely share the road.
Teera speaks with Vanderbilt Occupational Health Clinic Infectious Disease Program Nurse Specialist, Deborah Sutherland, about blood and body fluid exposure management.
Teera Wilkins sits down with Vicki Brinsko, Director of Vanderbilt Infection Control, to talk about bedbugs. Ms. Brinsko will discuss signs of infestation, treatment, and prevention.
Dr. Hilary Tindle, Director of the Vanderbilt Tobacco Research and Treatment Department talks to Teera about electronic nicotone delivery systems. The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), shows that the percentage of high school students who reported ever using an e-cigarette rose from 4.7 percent in 2011 to 10.0 percent in 2012.