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Antivaccine sentiment as power: the Montréal vaccine riots of 1885

April 06, 2021 Canadian Medical Association Journal
CMAJ Podcasts
Antivaccine sentiment as power: the Montréal vaccine riots of 1885
Show Notes
Prof. Jonathan Berman discusses what drives antivaccine and anti-mask protests, such as the Montréal vaccine protest of 1885 which turned violent. He talks about vaccine hesitancy in history and how it relates to our current COVID-19 pandemic.Jonathan Berman is a physiologist at the New York Institute of Technology medical school and a science educator.He wrote an humanities article published in CMAJ:www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.1503/cmaj.202820Podcast transcript: https://www.cmaj.ca/transcript-202820-----------------------------------This episode is brought to you by the MD Platinum Global Private Credit Pool. With bond yields sitting near record lows, investors are looking for ways to boost returns. The challenge? Most options offering higher returns often require taking on more equity risk. Enter private credit. Get access to potentially higher returns, historically tested stability and added diversification typically reserved for institutional investors. MD Platinum Global Private Credit Pool: Bond-like stability. Equity-like returns. For more information, visit https://mdm.ca/promos/bond-like-stability-equity-like-returns?utm_source=cmaj%20podcast&utm_medium=podcast_description&utm_campaign=Private%20Credit%20-%202021&utm_content=CMAJ%20Sound%20Cloud%20description -----------------------------------This podcast episode is brought to you by Shingrix. Learn more at:www.shingrix.ca/en-ca/index.html-----------------------------------Subscribe to CMAJ Podcasts on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. You can also follow us directly on our SoundCloud page or you can visit www.cmaj.ca/page/multimedia/podcasts.