The new shingles vaccine: What PCPs need to know

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Doug Campos-Outcalt, MD, MPA, is a member of the US Community Preventive Services Task Force, a clinical professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, and a senior lecturer with the University of Arizona College of Public Health. He’s also an assistant editor at The Journal of Family Practice.

The speaker reported no potential conflict of interest relevant to this audio.

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The Journal of Family Practice - 66(12)

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The Journal of Family Practice Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management

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Vaccines

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The new shingles vaccine: What PCPs need to know