Thanks to a concerted effort by government and private industry, safe and effective vaccines for COVID-19 are in circulation, with more expected to receive emergency use authorization in the near future. But that's the first part of the solution. In order to protect our population, we need to understand how people's beliefs, attitudes and past experience influence their willingness to get vaccinated. What is the best way to reach at-risk populations? Who are the trusted messengers? And where will people feel safe receiving vaccine? Join us for a candid conversation with experts from Tivity Health.
Recommended CitationAshworth, PharmD, MBA, Richard; Barclay, DBA, MBA, CAP, Justin; and Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH, Willie H., "Trust, Timing and COVID: Attitudes and Vaccine Policy" (2021). Population Health Leadership Series: PopTalk Webinars. Paper 23.