Who are the “Trusted Messengers” and how do we bridge the gap with difficult conversations?
This presentation will provide health center staff with an opportunity to hear from Dr. Jason McLellan, molecular biologist researcher at University of Texas, whose team was able to map the genetic code of the key spike protein, part of the COVID virus that infects human beings and the crucial element in creating a “structure-based vaccine.” Dr. McLellan and his team at the University of Texas at Austin collaborated with the National Institutes of Health to share the spike protein model with scientists around the world to develop the vaccines and the treatment modalities.
A panel discussion will follow, focusing on vaccine messaging strategies from health center staff, faith-based leaders, and front line workers included in the conversations will be best practices to achieve vaccine confidence over hesitance or deliberation.
This Webinar is brought to you through TACHC’s collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing (HUD) Southwest Region and BiGAustin (Business Investment Growth) to communicate with health center patients and link health centers to HUD partners to improve access to: COVID testing, COVID-19 vaccines, and therapeutics (monoclonal antibody infusions).
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