Flu Prevention Promotion for Underserved Populations Webinar Slide Sets
Below are slides from multiple webinars presented on topics revelation to the promotion of flu vaccination to underserved populations.
Presented by: Dr. Mark Sawyer, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Pediatrics Infectious Disease Specialist, University of California San Diego School of Medicine, Rady Children’s Hospital, and Kaiser Permanente, on January 10, 2018.
Topics covered: Flu products for the 2017-18 flu season; Misconceptions about flu viruses and vaccine effectiveness; Flu recommendation from ACIP; Strategies to address flu vaccine hesitancy.
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Presented by: Dr. Arlene Lester, Claire Hannan, Josana Tonda, Catherine Martin on April 20, 2017
Topics covered: Best practices for promoting flu vaccination in underserved communities; Effective strategies to leverage resources with partners and improve vaccination promotion activities; Initiatives that promote flu vaccination among high-risk populations.
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Presented by: Anna Dragsbaek, Diane Carroll, Mary Skau, Betsy VanDeusen, and Libby Massiah on February 9, 2017
Topics covered: Challenges of promoting flu vaccination within underserved communities; Strategies to frame public health messages; Tips to cultivate partnerships with grassroots organizations; Benefits of working with local coalitions; Motivations of public health professionals.
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Presented by: JoEllen Wolicki, BSN, RN, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Topics covered: Background on vaccines and immunizations; Research with Health Care Professionals and Parents; Communication Strategies; Additional Resources.
Presented by: Heartland Kidney Network, Carlos Velasquez, MA HMA Associates, Inc. on June 16, 2016
Topics covered: Social landscape and language media preferences for established and emerging Hispanic/Latino communities; Hispanic cultural values and the risk communication model; National Influenza Vaccination Disparities Partnership outreach efforts and promotional products; Best practices and resources for developing resonant messages for Hispanic/Latino audiences.
Presented by: Alfonso Pernía, Natacha Ginocchio, and Jeannine Hunter on April 19, 2016
Topics covered: Insights on practical steps to get started with social media messaging; best practices for engaging African American and Hispanic online audiences; Case studies of successful messaging with social media platforms for multicultural audiences
Presented by: Carlos Velázquez, MA, HMA Associates, Inc.
Topics covered: Social landscape and language/media preferences for established and emerging Hispanic/Latino communities; Hispanic cultural values and the risk communication model; Best practices and resources for developing resonant messages for Hispanic/Latino audiences.
Cultural Competency – How to Apply Outreach and Understanding in Your Practice [1.08 MB, 49 pages]
Presented by: Jennifer Dillaha, MD and Carlos Velazquez on January 12, 2016
Topics covered: Cultural competency, the impact on preventive services and immunization coverage rates, keys for developing culturally appropriate immunization messages and practices, and training, resources and tools available.
Influenza Updates : Reductions in Burden of Disease [1.5 MB, 18 pages] Presented by Carrie Reed, DSc, MPH on August 13, 2015.
Topics covered: Influenza vaccination recommendations over time, measuring influenza vaccine effectiveness in the U.S., burden of disease, vaccine coverage, vaccine effectiveness, disease averted by vaccination, communicating influenza vaccine impact, and more.
Spanish Language Flu 101 Webinar [975 KB, 39 pages] that covers basic concepts about influenza, impact of influenza, vaccination recommendations for 2015-2016 flu season, and addresses common questions and misconceptions about flu vaccination.
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