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A peek behind the scenes at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - the EU agency that aims to identify, assess and communicate current and emerging threats to human health posed by infectious diseases in Europe. Meet our experts from a wide range of fields and listen to them discuss the things that matter as they give you a crash course in Epidemiology 101! Come by every second week for a new episode shared with you from Stockholm, Sweden!
 
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On this episode, we speak with Pasi Penttinen, ECDC expert on coronavirus and influenza. Pasi discusses the reasons why there have been hardly any cases of flu recently, what to expect from the upcoming flu season, and whether the COVID-19 pandemic is really ‘just like a bad flu season’. “In the worst years, we have more than 200,000 people dying i…
 
This week we once again sat down with Director Dr Andrea Ammon to discuss ECDC’s appearance at the European Health Forum Gastein, and in particular ECDC’s session on community engagement for health emergencies. Excerpts from the session are included in this episode; information on the speakers can be found here. ECDC’s work on community engagement …
 
In this episode, we sit down with Tarik Derrough - Expert in vaccine-preventable diseases - to talk about ECDC's role in coordinating disease and laboratory networks. These networks bring together experts to collaborate on various topics. We focus one type of network in particular - National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups or NITAGs - which …
 
Andrea interviews Bethany Saros about her new book, “A Light in the Darkness: Bible Study for Children and Teens.” Links to Bethany’s book and the resources she recommends for parents. A Light in the Darkness: Bible Study for Children and Teens by Bethany Saros Know and Tell: The Art of Narration by Karen Glass Books by Charlotte Mason…
 
September 7th is World Field Epidemiology Day so we sat down with Adam Roth, Head of Fellowship Programmes at ECDC to talk about what field epidemiology is, and about the fellowship pathways, EPIET and EUPHEM, that ECDC offers. "This is intervention epidemiology, it should make a difference." More information on TEPHINET is available here.…
 
In this episode, we speak with John Kinsman, who is an expert in behavioural change at ECDC. John talks about vaccine hesitancy, the spread of health misinformation and what public health institutions can do to counter misinformation. For more information on vaccines, please visit the European Vaccine Information Portal. “Vaccine hesitancy isn’t al…
 
In today’s episode, Andrea reads and discusses Paul's first letter to the Corinthians chapter 11, verses 20-26. Andrea explores the work of the late Anthony Bourdain. World traveler & explorer of food and culture, Bourdain knew what it meant to break bread: to sit at another’s table and receive their hospitality. He understood instinctively what th…
 
On this episode, we discuss the importance of vaccines, a little bit about their history, the role ECDC plays when it comes to vaccines monitoring and scheduling in Europe and how vaccines help fight not only COVID-19, but also other diseases with Dr Piotr Kramarz - Deputy Chief Scientist at ECDC. "Vaccination is like a self-defense class for our b…
 
In today’s episode, Andrea discusses the earliest form of the Bible: the scroll. It is well known that form & function are closely related. Andrea asserts that the form & function of the scroll reveal its purpose, which is: instruction. Follow along as she explores the Isaiah Scroll from the Dead Sea Scrolls collection as an exemplar of the ancient…
 
On the Ephesus School Network, when we use the term "the Bible as Literature”, what do we mean? In episode 3, Andrea explores this question. Follow along as she presents 10 points – assumptions – that form the foundation for this approach. 10 points: "the Bible as Literature" 1. Written 2. Says what IT wants to say 3. From a tradition of classical …
 
Who is St. John Chrysostom? In episode 2, Andrea speaks about St. John Chrysostom & his Paschal homily. She explains what he is trying to say in the homily & how we are meant to hear it. St. John Chrysostom Paschal Homily in English St. John Chrysostom Paschal Homily in Greek In the above English translation of St. John Chrysostom's Paschal Homily,…
 
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