The final topic in NCUIH’s “Messengers in Health” series is Vaccination – Myths vs Facts, where we will discuss vaccine myths vs facts and strategies to help with misinformation and disinformation to assist in vaccine hesitancy. We will conclude with a facilitated discussion between healthcare providers and health care workers on vaccine myths vs facts.
1. Identify and review vaccine myths vs facts
2. Share strategies to help with misinformation and disinformation that can assist in overcoming vaccine hesitancy
3. Share vaccine infographics for providers and clinics
4. Facilitate discussion between health care providers and health care workers on vaccine myths vs facts
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