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This is an ONLINE event using ZOOM

ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT TO YOU 12 hours, 30 mins and 1 min. before the lecture plus details of how to access the meidcal papers that you wil need during the lecture

If you do not have the app you will need to down load it on the device you wish to use

Following on from 'Vaccination - The Question' and 'Nursing Supportively Through Acute Illness - Covid-19 - Fever Management', this lecture examines the subject of vaccination safety, efficacy and immunity in more detail, looking at what the science tells us and discussing what is found when the evidence is scrutenised, with specific reference to MMR and whooping cough vaccine trials, adverse event reporting, meningitis ecology, 'flu vaccine, and nutrition and vaccination.

If you are a person researching the subject of vaccination or a practitioner with an interest in the science of immunity and natural health then this lecture is ideal for you. With her years of research into the subject of vaccination and disease ecology, Dr. Jayne Donegan will guide you through how to read scientific papers and help you to interpret the this in an interesting and accessible way.

Part One
• Medical papers will be distributed for use during session
• Introduction
• Users' guide to detecting misleading claims in clinical research reports – 'Don't read the conclusions!'
• 'Placebo' controlled trials 1 – The Twin study MMR vaccine for delegates to analyse in group or pair work with feedback and discussion.
• ‘Vaccines are extensively tested’ - MMR vaccine and monkeys
• Facilities for reporting Adverse reactions in Europe – are they fit for purpose?

Part Two
• 'Placebo' controlled trials 2 – The Ad Hoc Pertussis Group studying the Swedish development and testing of the acellular vaccine for delegates to analyse in group or pair work with feedback and discussion.
• What happened when Sweden withdrew the whole cell whooping cough vaccine in the 1980s.
• Acellular pertussis vaccine vs Natural disease.
• Can vaccination against one organism increase susceptibility to infection by another?
• Vaccinating against 'flu – does the evidence support this?
• Analysis of a ‘flu vaccine study.
• Nutrition and Vaccination
• Plenary

That those participating:

  • Achieve an understanding of the validity of claims made in scientific papers

  • Learn how to spot inconsistencies

  • Have practical experience of doing this

  • Appreciate the fact that there is scientific evidence available that supports what many holistic practitioners believe from their empirical and philosophical practices

  • Are stimulated to further study in this area.

NB You will be given details of how to access the course papers with the Zoom link

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