“The Development of COVID-19 Vaccines: A “Pandemic Speed” by Dr. Chris Pernell, University Hospital, Newark NJ

Dr. Pernell discusses the spread of COVID-19 and the development of the vaccines through a health equity lens. She pays particular attention to the pandemic’s effect on communities of color and how that will affect vaccine distribution. (Running time: 26 minutes, 14 seconds | Slides 6-23)

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00:00 | Slide 6 | Bio of Chris T. Pernell, MD, MPH, FACPM, Chief Strategic Integration and Equity Officer, University Hospital, Newark, NJ

01:03 | Slide 6 | Start of presentation
01:36 | Slide 7 | Title slide

Remembering those we have lost or who have been sick

02:28 | Slide 8 | Faces of the pandemic
03:23 | Slide 9 | Remembering my father
04:18 | Slide 10 | My sister, a COVID-19 “long-hauler”

05:32 | Slide 11 | Overview of the coronavirus pandemic

Health equity and the pandemic’s effect on communities of color

07:48 | Slide 12 | Pandemic’s impact on Black and Brown communities
09:35 | Slide 13 | Racial groups more likely to die of COVID-19 (chart)
10:05 | Slide 14 | Hospitalization and death by race/racism as a pre-existing condition

Development of the COVID-19 vaccine

11:12 | Slide 15 | How did we get here
13:33 | Slide 16 | Key steps to emergency use authorization (EUA)
16:04 | Slide 17 | Top coronavirus vaccines (study)
16:54 | Slide 18 | Vaccine timeline
19:00 | Slide 19 | How is the coronavirus vaccine development different? (1)
21:24 | Slide 20 | How is the coronavirus vaccine development different? (2)

Racial equity and vaccines

23:21 | Slide 21 | Racial Equity and the Vaccine/Black Americans Trail in Covid Vaccinations (chart)
25:07 | Slide 22 | Demonstrating Trustworthiness and Building Trus

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