COVID-19 Vaccination: A Communication Guide for Providers
The following module series contain instructional material for health care providers on the process of communicating with patients about the COVID-19 vaccine. Numerous entities have created talking points for providers on *what* to say, however there exists a shortage of recommendations on effective messaging strategies focused on *how* to say it. This module series is responsive to that need.
Part 1: How to Communicate about the COVID-19 Vaccine (18 mins, 16 secs)
Part 2: What to Communicate about the COVID-19 Vaccine (16 mins, 43 secs)
Part 3: Case Study (12 mins, 50 secs)
Specialties - Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, General Practice, Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Ob/Gyn, Pharmacist, Physician Assistant, Public Health, Professions - Non-Physician, Nurse, PA, Physician
- Discuss the projected rates of COVID-19 vaccine uptake and the reasons for vaccine hesitancy
- Describe evidence-based communication tools providers may use to promote COVID-19 vaccine uptake among patients
- Review the topics providers should be knowledgeable about when discussing the COVID-19 vaccine
Saad B Omer, MBBS MPH PhD
Yale Institute for Global Health
New Haven, CT
Kavin Patel, MD
Infectious Disease Fellow
Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, CT
Brita Roy, MD
Director of Population Health
New Haven, CT
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- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 1.00 Attendance
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