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Anti vaccination movements
Paul Offit, the author of the yes side of our head to head article "Should childhood vaccination be mandatory", joins us to discuss his book Deadly Choices: How the anti-vaccine movement threatens us all, and explains why he thinks it is wrong to refuse to accept patients who haven't been vaccinated.
Also, in the month when UK prime minister David Cameron said dementia care is a “national crisis” and that he is making it one of his personal priorities, Marcel Olde Rikkert, professor in geriatrics at Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre in the Netherlands, discusses his research which looks at the relative effectiveness of dementia follow up care by either dedicated memory clinics or general practitioners.
Should childhood vaccination be mandatory? Yes or No.
BMJ Group's dementia portal
Effectiveness of dementia follow-up care by memory clinics or general practitioners
Anti vaccination movements: 0:30
dementia care in the Netherlands: 8:37