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HCGC March Monthly Webinar: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy using Research - Shared screen with speaker view
Beth Whitted
24:24
Beth Whitted & Associates, LLC, consultant in health care specializing in operational improvement, women's health, and behavioral health integration.
Raheem West
24:59
Raheem West- Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority
Carrie Baker
27:54
Thank you CMHA! Hi Tommy and Raheem-we appreciate you!
Tricia Montgomery
28:20
Tricia Montgomery- OSUWMC Sr. Quality Manager for Ambulatory
Bryant Zwayer
29:29
Bryant Zwayer, Project Manager, Urban Strategies
Carrie Baker
30:43
Nicole and Bridget-your FQHCs are amazing. Thanks for joining us Bryant-I hope all is well with your newest family addition!
Carrie Baker
32:39
Thanks everyone for joining! For those just signing on, if you could chat in your name and organization we would appreciate it.
Olivia V
33:13
Olivia Valenti, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Emily Hardy
33:26
Emily Hardy- Community Refugee and Immigration Services
Julie Cubbison
35:26
Julie Cubbison, RN- Healthy Families America home visitor with Nationwide Children's Hospital/Mt Carmel Hospital.
Carrie Baker
36:01
Thanks for joining us Team NCH!
Carrie Baker
39:55
Thanks to new mass sites, I was able to get scheduled this morning. This is great to see the trajectory Bram.
Caroline Carter
45:03
Fantastic information.
Carrie Baker
47:52
Dr. Wispelway, can you discuss the process by which vaccinations are deemed safe for children? Also can you address data with pregnant women?
Elizabeth De Luca-Kontchou
48:19
Is there any word on needing a 3rd dose for the big 3?
christina toth
49:28
Has there been any thought about folks who have had COVID potentially needing 1 vs. 2 doses?
Donald Bennett
50:52
Can you comment on COVID long haulers benefiting from improved well being after vaccination
Carrie Baker
51:03
Thanks Bram.
Elizabeth De Luca-Kontchou
51:15
Do we know what the long-term effects of COVID-19 on people who have been infected will be? Should we be phenoms ahead for an increase of chronic respiratory or other diseases related to this pandemic?
Elizabeth De Luca-Kontchou
51:46
*planning ahead
Carrie Baker
01:12:06
Yes! This idea of local norms was the thought behind us mapping a lot of data, block by block, with several partners so that we A, know where vaccines are needed, and B can deploy trusted messengers, like CHWs, and our medical/LHD partners to bring vaccinations to where people are so that street by street we are creating community norms with easy access.
Carrie Baker
01:27:17
Many of you may have seen this effort from physicians in our area...https://youtu.be/OzrxLqcOqe
Cynthia Canan
01:29:01
@Carrie, that youtube video link you just sent is unavailable...at least to me
Carrie Baker
01:29:20
Whoops! try this link-it's our Black physicians in the community sharing importance of getting the vaccine...https://youtu.be/OzrxLqcOqeY
Carrie Baker
01:29:44
Thanks Cynthia for alerting me!
Cynthia Canan
01:29:45
That works! Thanks
Elizabeth De Luca-Kontchou
01:30:36
Has Dr. Stevens helped to create any social media campaigns from the PANDEMIC approach?
Carrie Baker
01:31:52
Great question, Elizabeth! Or has he consulted with all of our large hospital/provider systems marketing teams? Public Health teams?
Cynthia Canan
01:33:22
Dr. Stevens - how do we tackle the problem with the many (according to the media) physicians, nurses, pharmacists, etc refusing the vaccine? Specifically, how do we talk to the patients who have heard this message from healthcare workers that they know.
Carrie Baker
01:38:22
Thank you everyone, especially our presenters!!
Cynthia Canan
01:38:22
Thank you!
Kathleen Cowen
01:38:24
Great presentations!
Tricia Montgomery
01:38:26
Thank you!
Makeda Thomas
01:38:34
Thank you!!!