By: Dale Dauten

How Pharmacy Techs Came to Give Vaccinations
November 27, 2018

Why Not? How Pharmacy Techs Came to Give Vaccinations By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist Curiosity at work isn’t a matter of

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My Day in Jail
October 23, 2018

My Day in Jail (With a Vaccination Strike Team) By Tiffany Dent, STC’s Executive Director for Public Health That’s me in

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ROAD TRIP! Visiting the Masters of Vax Data
August 14, 2018

ROAD TRIP! Visiting the Masters of Vax Data By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist “The road is life” Jack Kerouac ROAD TRIP!

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Using Data to Re-Humanize Patient Relationships “Erin Knows Me”
July 17, 2018

Using Data to Re-Humanize Patient Relationships “Erin Knows Me” By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist “The digital camera is a great invention

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Introducing… The STC National Flu Score™ (NFS)
June 19, 2018

Introducing… The STC National Flu Score™ (NFS) By Bill Davenhall, Mike Popovich & Dr. Scott Hamstra We shoot! We score! …Sometimes.

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Immunization cartoon: Man stands on path facing a State Registry building. The signs pointing away say "Mostly the Truth," "Might be the Truth," and "We Hope it's the Truth." The sign pointing to the building says "The Single Version of the Truth for Vaccination Data."
A Single Version of Truth
April 23, 2018

A Single Version of Truth State Immunization Registries Power New Uses for Vax Data By Kristina Crane, STC We went to

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Two men are standing next to a wall full of faucets. Eighteen of the faucets are the same size, but an additional faucet is very large. One man says to the other, "These are all for data, but this one is for coffee."
Two Startling Vax Stats You’ll Want to Use
March 21, 2018

Editor’s Note: Starting with this issue we have a new feature we hope you’ll love as much as we do. We

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Cartoon of two women behind a desk labeled "Vaccination Records." One woman is standing behind the desk. The other woman is sitting behind the desk and manually writing on scrolls with a feather ink pen. She says, "I know this seems tedious and out of date, but it's just how we've always done it."
More Nursing, Less Paperwork
February 12, 2018

More Nursing, Less Paperwork New System Connects Schools to State Immunization Registries, Easing Compliance for Nurses & Parents By Dale Dauten,

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A cartoon labeled at the top, "The Vaccine Superhero. Developed by the Immunization Ambassadors (#whyivax, immunizationambassadors.com) and the Advocacy Group of Scientific Technologies Corporation (STChealth.com, Phoenix, AZ). There are two cartoon panels below. In the first, is a school nurse's office with a nurse and a boy sitting on an exam table. In the room are several different kinds of viruses. The nurse holds a vaccination needle. The caption reads, "Why? Because vaccination keeps the diseases away." In the second panel, the boy is standing on the table with a cape and a large "V" on his chest. He is pointing to the sky and it says "Vaccinated!" above his head. The viruses are running away.
It’s Not a Shot, It’s a Superpower
January 12, 2018

“It’s Not a Shot, It’s a Superpower” Educating Kids While They Get Shots By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist Mike Popovich, CEO

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Cartoon of two men in an office. One man looks like he was beaten up or mauled. The other man says to him, "You didn't try to convince everyone in that anti-vaccination meeting with facts, did you?"
IT’S KIND OF SUBVERSIVE, ISN’T IT?” A New Approach to Dealing with Vax Hesitancy
November 15, 2017

“IT’S KIND OF SUBVERSIVE, ISN’T IT?” A new Approach to Dealing with Vax Hesitancy By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist We all

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