The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium offered a 4-part FREE online educational series for nurses to learn key communication strategies and resources to have meaningful and effective conversations about COVID-19 vaccines with patients and colleagues. Through this series, we intended to create a space where we can facilitate supportive conversations and learning across the nursing community. Each interactive session included individual and small group exercises to practice communication strategies. We covered the power of personal storytelling, leveraging social media, and guiding one-on-one vaccine conversations.

This live session was recorded on October 21, 2021, and contains CDC guidance that was up-to-date at the time, but may not reflect current guidelines. Please visit this page to learn about COVID vaccines.

 
Slide Deck: 

Communication Strategies for Vaccine Confidence

Introduction

Aired: October 14, 2021


Communication Strategies for Vaccine Confidence

Sharing Information Through Social Media

Aired: October 28, 2021


Communication Strategies for Vaccine Confidence

Guiding One-On-One Conversations

Aired: November 4, 2021

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Additional Info

This 2-part series will address areas of planning, implementing and evaluating community engagement efforts and discuss both barriers and strategies to building impactful community-based public health programs. Although this series is geared toward nurses, given the interdisciplinary context of community engagement and the content being shared, sessions are open and relevant to all health care workers and providers. Here is a series summary to learn more.

Slide Deck:

Summary:

Session 1: Recording and Slides

Creating equitable and effective community programs

Aired: June 30, 2022


Session 2: Recording and Slides

Equitable and effective community programs: Evaluation and future steps

Aired: July 14, 2022

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

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Published in Past Webinars

This 2-part series will address areas of planning, implementing and evaluating community engagement efforts and discuss both barriers and strategies to building impactful community-based public health programs. Although this series is geared toward nurses, given the interdisciplinary context of community engagement and the content being shared, sessions are open and relevant to all health care workers and providers. Here is a series summary to learn more.

Slide Deck:

Summary:

Session 1: Recording and Slides

Creating equitable and effective community programs

Aired: June 30, 2022


Session 2: Recording and Slides

Equitable and effective community programs: Evaluation and future steps

Aired: July 14, 2022

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

R.E.F.I.L.L: Rejuvenate & Reconnect to Purpose

13 August 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Training Join NNCC and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) as we have our second training for th...

 

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Published in Past Webinars

Additional Info

 

Diabetes affects more than 34 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for special and vulnerable populations, which have unique characteristics that affect culturally and linguistically competent health care access and utilization. According to 2018 Uniform Data System (UDS), diabetes poses a unique challenge for the HRSA Health Center Program because 1 of 7 patients has diabetes and nearly 1 in 3 of those has uncontrolled diabetes.

To elevate the national conversation around diabetes, 14 National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) organizations formed the Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force to engage health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) to increase knowledge of effective strategies that address diabetes among people experiencing homelessness, residents of public housing, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, school-aged children, older adults, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQIA+ people, and other health center patients.

Presentation Learning Objectives:

1. Demonstrate key components of successful community engagement to address diabetes amongst special and vulnerable populations
2. Identify ways to adapt and strengthen community engagement strategies to address diabetes during public health emergencies (i.e. COVID-19)
3. Highlight tools and resources to assess readiness for fostering community engagement

NTTAP Collaborating Partners:

  • Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)
  • Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN)
  • National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC)
 

Session One: Recording

Aired: March 9, 2023

 


Session Two: Recording

Aired: March 16, 2023

 


Session Four: Recording

Aired: March 30, 2023

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

R.E.F.I.L.L: Rejuvenate & Reconnect to Purpose

13 August 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Training Join NNCC and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) as we have our second training for th...

 

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Published in Past Webinars
 

Diabetes affects more than 34 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for special and vulnerable populations, which have unique characteristics that affect culturally and linguistically competent health care access and utilization. According to 2018 Uniform Data System (UDS), diabetes poses a unique challenge for the HRSA Health Center Program because 1 of 7 patients has diabetes and nearly 1 in 3 of those has uncontrolled diabetes.

To elevate the national conversation around diabetes, 14 National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) organizations formed the Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force to engage health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) to increase knowledge of effective strategies that address diabetes among people experiencing homelessness, residents of public housing, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, school-aged children, older adults, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQIA+ people, and other health center patients.

Presentation Learning Objectives:

1. Demonstrate key components of successful community engagement to address diabetes amongst special and vulnerable populations
2. Identify ways to adapt and strengthen community engagement strategies to address diabetes during public health emergencies (i.e. COVID-19)
3. Highlight tools and resources to assess readiness for fostering community engagement

NTTAP Collaborating Partners:

  • Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)
  • Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN)
  • National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC)
 

Session One: Recording

Aired: March 9, 2023

 


Session Two: Recording

Aired: March 16, 2023

 


Session Three: Recording

Aired: March 23, 2023

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

R.E.F.I.L.L: Rejuvenate & Reconnect to Purpose

13 August 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Training Join NNCC and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) as we have our second training for th...

 

STAY CONNECTED TO NURSE-LED CARE

    

 

Published in Past Webinars
 

Diabetes affects more than 34 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for special and vulnerable populations, which have unique characteristics that affect culturally and linguistically competent health care access and utilization. According to 2018 Uniform Data System (UDS), diabetes poses a unique challenge for the HRSA Health Center Program because 1 of 7 patients has diabetes and nearly 1 in 3 of those has uncontrolled diabetes.

To elevate the national conversation around diabetes, 14 National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) organizations formed the Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force to engage health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) to increase knowledge of effective strategies that address diabetes among people experiencing homelessness, residents of public housing, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, school-aged children, older adults, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQIA+ people, and other health center patients.

Presentation Learning Objectives:

1. Demonstrate key components of successful community engagement to address diabetes amongst special and vulnerable populations
2. Identify ways to adapt and strengthen community engagement strategies to address diabetes during public health emergencies (i.e. COVID-19)
3. Highlight tools and resources to assess readiness for fostering community engagement

NTTAP Collaborating Partners:

  • Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)
  • Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN)
  • National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC)
 

Session Two: Recording

Aired: March 16, 2023

 


Session Three: Recording

Aired: March 23, 2023

 


Session Four: Recording

Aired: March 30, 2023

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

R.E.F.I.L.L: Rejuvenate & Reconnect to Purpose

13 August 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Training Join NNCC and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) as we have our second training for th...

 

STAY CONNECTED TO NURSE-LED CARE

    

 

Published in Past Webinars
 

Diabetes affects more than 34 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for special and vulnerable populations, which have unique characteristics that affect culturally and linguistically competent health care access and utilization. According to 2018 Uniform Data System (UDS), diabetes poses a unique challenge for the HRSA Health Center Program because 1 of 7 patients has diabetes and nearly 1 in 3 of those has uncontrolled diabetes.

To elevate the national conversation around diabetes, 14 National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) organizations formed the Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force to engage health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) to increase knowledge of effective strategies that address diabetes among people experiencing homelessness, residents of public housing, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, school-aged children, older adults, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQIA+ people, and other health center patients.

Presentation Learning Objectives:

1. Demonstrate key components of successful community engagement to address diabetes amongst special and vulnerable populations
2. Identify ways to adapt and strengthen community engagement strategies to address diabetes during public health emergencies (i.e. COVID-19)
3. Highlight tools and resources to assess readiness for fostering community engagement

NTTAP Collaborating Partners:

  • Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)
  • Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN)
  • National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC)
 

Session One: Recording

Aired: March 9, 2023

 


Session Three: Recording

Aired: March 23, 2023

 


Session Four: Recording

Aired: March 30, 2023

 

#NursesMakeChangeHappen Vaccine Toolkit

This toolkit was created to give nurses the tools to do their part in the national vaccine effort. It is designed to help you decrease vaccine hesitancy and increate vaccination rates in your community. 
LEARN MORE

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

R.E.F.I.L.L: Rejuvenate & Reconnect to Purpose

13 August 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Training Join NNCC and Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) as we have our second training for th...

 

STAY CONNECTED TO NURSE-LED CARE

    

 

Published in Past Webinars
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