Addressing Vaccine Misinformation in Nursing
Kristen Choi, PhD, RN; Shanina C. Knighton, PhD, RN, CIC; Danielle Perkins, PhD, RN - Additional author details may be found in the "Details" file attached to this item record.
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Nurses, as the most trusted profession, have a large role to play in addressing vaccine misinformation among other nurses as well as the public. This webinar will describe common areas of vaccine misinformation and hesitancy among both nurses and the public and discuss how to address misinformation based on evidence.
- Describe common areas of misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines that contribute to vaccine hesitancy among the general public
- Explain sources of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among nurses
- Discuss how to counter misinformation and vaccine hesitancy based on evidence
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