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    In this session, participants learned about recent studies supporting the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. Speakers identitifed common concerns patients cite when hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy, and strategies for talking to patients, friends and family to encourage vaccination while pregnant.

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In this session, participants learned about recent studies supporting the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. Speakers identified common concerns patients cite when hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy, and strategies for talking to patients, friends and family to encourage vaccination while pregnant. Participants also heard personal stories from two nurses who chose to get vaccinated while pregnant, and perspectives from an OBGYN about her experience in caring for pregnant patients throughout the pandemic. This webinar is a part of our Nurse-Led Forum for Vaccine Confidence series.

This live session was recorded on September 17, 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. To skip the CDC guideline portion, start the video at 6:25.

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#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. 
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    Learn from Phoenix Matthews, PhD, Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion Professor of Clinical Psychology at University of Illinois at Chicago, and their research in understanding and intervening on the factors associated with health inequalities among socially marginalized populations. We explored the compounded challenges nurses are facing in the healthcare space and community, including grief, institutional racism, and burnout.

Examine the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on front-line nurses of color and the critical need to support the healthcare workforce now and long term. Learn from Phoenix Matthews, PhD, Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion Professor of Clinical Psychology at University of Illinois at Chicago, and their research in understanding and intervening on the factors associated with health inequalities among socially marginalized populations. We explored the compounded challenges nurses are facing in the healthcare space and community, including grief, institutional racism, and burnout. Participants gained a deeper understanding of short- and long-term implications of COVID-19 for nurses of color and strategies to promote resilience and recovery. This webinar is part of NNCC's Nurse-Led Forum for Vaccine Confidence series.

This live session was recorded on August 20, 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. To skip the CDC guideline portion, start the video at 8:20.

Slide Deck:

#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

 

This project was funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number NU50CK000580). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

 

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    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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This webinar discusses meaningful forms of community engagement to build confidence in the COVID vaccines. We heard from Deborah Washington, PhD, RN, Director of Diversity for Nursing & Patient Care Services at Massachusetts General Hospital since 1995, and John Nguyen-Yap, MSW, Associate Director of Health Equity at the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO). Our expert panel 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.

This live session was recorded on April 16, 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. To skip the CDC guideline portion, start the video at 9:35.

Slide Deck:

#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

 

This project was funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number NU50CK000580). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

 

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06 March 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About Part One Learn about the importance of employing a population health approach to the prevention, t...

 

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    Underlying conditions were responsible for many COVID deaths but few were identified by name during the pandemic. We will explore the relationship of chronic diseases to COVID as well as some of the resources that help to educate people on the need to pay attention to their conditions and prevent added vulnerability. This training is part of our Nurse-Led Vaccine Confidence Forum.

Underlying conditions were responsible for many COVID deaths but few were identified by name during the pandemic. We will explore the relationship of chronic diseases to COVID as well as some of the resources that help to educate people on the need to pay attention to their conditions and prevent added vulnerability. This training is part of our Nurse-Led Vaccine Confidence Forum.-19 boosters this fall and winter.

This live session was recorded on March 10, 2023, 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. To skip the CDC guideline portion, start the video at 3:23.

Slide Deck:

#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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About the Webinar Explore breast cancer disparities and their impact on different communities. Health ce...

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About Part One Learn about the importance of employing a population health approach to the prevention, t...

 

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In this session, we heard from Mardi Moore, Executive Director of Out Boulder County, a community-driven organization in Colorado working to educate, advocate and provide services, programs, and support for LGBTQ+ communities, and Christina Graham Brasavage, Data & Evaluation Manager from the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Mardi and Christina discussed their community-led statewide and regional studies on vaccine hesitancy among the LGBTQ+ community. We also explored barriers that lead to vaccine hesitancy and learned about strategies that organizations can put into practice to support inclusion and health equity. This webinar is a part of NNCC's Nurse-Led Forum for Vaccine Confidence series.

This live session was recorded on June 25, 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. To skip the CDC guideline portion, start the video at 8:45.

Slide Deck:

#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

 

This project was funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number NU50CK000580). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

 

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Advancing Equity: Community Health Workers' Role in Enhancing Breast Cancer Screenings and Linkage to Care

05 March 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About the Webinar Explore breast cancer disparities and their impact on different communities. Health ce...

Foundations of Population Health Management in Priority Populations (Part 1 of 4)

06 March 2024 Upcoming Trainings
About Part One Learn about the importance of employing a population health approach to the prevention, t...

 

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