Communication: Promising Practices for Reducing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy and Accessible DisseminationOrganization: Association of University Centers on Disabilities
"Join our organizations, state-level jurisdictions, and CDC guests to hear about promising practices on how states are reaching people with disabilities. This webinar addressed Communication: Promising practices for reducing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and disseminating accessible messages." - Association of University Centers on Disabilities
Other Webinars in This Series by Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD):
Prioritization: Promising Practices for Educating Others About Importance of Disability Prioritizing in State Vaccination Plans
Consideration: Promising Practices for Vaccinating Family Members of PWD and Those Who are Homebound
Promising Practices For Scheduling and Transporting PWD to COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments
Product Type: Webinar
Category:Program Planning and Delivery,Program Delivery and Evaluation,Best Practices,Vaccination Decision Making,Vaccine Hesitancy,Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making,Counselling and Communication,Monitoring and Surveillance,Outbreaks and Pandemics,COVID-19 Program Planning and Delivery
Program Delivery and Evaluation
Vaccination Decision Making
Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making
Counselling and Communication
Monitoring and Surveillance
Outbreaks and Pandemics
Population: High Risk Adults
High Risk Children
Persons with Disabilities
Region: United States
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