Despite the health benefits of immunizing pregnant women against influenza and pertussis (whooping cough) and protecting them and their infants from these life-threatening diseases, only half of pregnant women are vaccinated against both diseases and only one-third receive both the influenza and pertussis vaccines during pregnancy. Three states are trying a number of innovative approaches […]
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About Ariella Levisohn
Ariella Levisohn joined NASHP in September 2019 as a research analyst with the Population Health Team. She is involved in projects related to housing, oral health, and immunizations for children and pregnant women. Prior to joining NASHP, she worked with a mobile health clinic that provided free health screenings and counseling in the Boston area, and led a project to expand the clinic into neighboring communities. During college, Levisohn researched sexual education policy and completed an independent study on sexual education in religious high schools. She graduated from Brandeis University in 2019, where she majored biology, health policy, and gender studies.