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Managing the 2021-2022 flu season

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Contemporary Pediatrics sits down with Dr. Donna Hallas, a clinical professor at the New York University Meyers College of Nursing and also a pediatric nurse practitioner, about the upcoming flu season and keeping families safe.

The return of cooler temperatures means that the fall/winter respiratory season is nearly here. Last year there was a concerted effort to get the flu shot administered to as many people as possible, what might happen this flu season?

In this episode, Contemporary Pediatrics sits down with Dr. Donna Hallas, a clinical professor at the New York University Meyers College of Nursing and also a pediatric nurse practitioner, about the upcoming flu season and keeping families safe.

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