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“Evidence-Based Communication Strategies for Improving Child and Adolescent Vaccine Uptake”
Wednesday, September 19th, 2-3 p.m. ET
How much of a problem is vaccine hesitancy? It’s complicated and there is no easy solution. Find out how Motivational Interviewing can improve child and adolescent vaccine uptake. This webinar will focus on understanding what it means to make a “strong” vaccine recommendation, understanding how to make a “presumptive” recommendation for the vaccine and use Motivational Interviewing techniques if needed, and learn a few specific evidence-based vaccine communication tips.
This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of health professionals who provide and/or promote immunizations including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, as well as health professions students.
Northeast Missouri Area Health Education Center (NEMO AHEC) announces the addition of Robin Worthington, MHS, as the new Executive Director. Worthington will provide leadership, management, and direction to NEMO AHEC as well as collaborate and partner with area agencies and volunteers. Worthington will work with NEMO AHEC staff to provide quality programming and service to the current and future health care workforce.
Worthington graduated from Walden University with her M.S. in Human and Social Services in 2018. Previously she obtained a B.A. in Human Services as well as an A.S. in Human Services.
NEMO AHEC is a non-profit agency headquartered in Kirksville, Missouri, which serves 21 counties. NEMO AHEC aims to enhance access to quality health care, particularly primary and preventative care by growing and supporting northeast Missouri’s health care workforce(nemoahec.org). NEMO AHEC is part of the Missouri AHEC network which maintains a presence in all 114 counties and the City of St. Louis.