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Turning Points for Children (a Philadelphia-based program) hosted a town hall event to provide background information on the COVID-19 vaccine development process and its safety. Program parents, community members, and Turning Points for Children staff/clients had the opportunity to learn about the latest COVID-19 vaccine guidelines for children and teens and how best to address vaccine misinformation.
Letha M. Joseph, DNP, APRN, AGPCNP-BC and Reenu Varghese, DNP, APRN, FNP-C discuss evidence-based strategies to address medical misinformation and have effective vaccine conversations. We also learn about stages of change and highlight approaches for talking with clients who are in different stages of behavior modification.
Nurses on the front line share their insights on addressing vaccine hesitancy and lessons learned through COVID-19 while working with tribal communities. We hear on-the-ground strategies from Janet Reich, RN, MSHSA and Sausha Nells, RN, BSN, nurses on the Navajo reservation and Erin McCanlies, PhD, an epidemiologist who works on the Tribal Support Section in CDC.
In this session, we learned key insights to building and sustaining successful community partnerships to support the COVID response. We heard from Trey George, President and CEO of Topeka Housing Authority and Mari Tucker, RENEW Partnership Liaison at Washburn University School of Nursing, who shared more about their unique partnership and community-based approach.
Mardi Moore, Executive Director of Out Boulder County and Christina Graham Brasavage, Data & Evaluation Manager from the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center discussed their community-led statewide and regional studies on vaccine hesitancy among the LGBTQ+ community.
This session covers strategies for effective communication across different generational groups, and how you can apply these principles when discussing COVID vaccine information. We explored how to embrace generational diversity and share practical approaches for nurses to implement in the workplace.
In this session, we discussed operational strategy and communications for planning a safe return to school amid COVID-19. We shared available guidance and resources to support communities, school-based health providers, and leaders in education and public health.
In this session, we explored how to improve vaccine awareness and access among individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). Our expert panel shared strategies to advocate for individuals with I/DD and highlighted on-the-ground approaches for equitable health care.
NNCC partnered with Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Jody Gilmore, MSN, CRNP, PPMC, from Prevention Point Philadelphia for this webinar. Gilmore reviewed harm reduction concepts, the infectious disease consequences of drug use, how to engage people who use drugs, as well as best practices, strategies, and resources for providers.
Deborah Washington, PhD, RN, and John Nguyen-Yap, MSW shared on-the-ground initiatives in BIPOC communities, including services that promote culturally competent care and successful Public Service Announcements. We also explored strategies to improve access to vaccine education and distribution among Asian American (AA), Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities.
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