Fostering COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence in Russian- and Ukrainian-Speaking Communities

A Training for Providers: Strategies to initiate conversations with patients

Russian- and Ukrainian-speaking communities have disproportionately low childhood immunization rates suggesting high rates of vaccine hesitancy. 

This free continuing education course is designed to help providers including physicians, nurses, medical assistants, and pharmacists who work with Russian- and Ukrainian-speaking patients better understand vaccine hesitancy within these communities, reasons why community members may be hesitant to receive COVID-19 vaccines and develop strategies to initiate conversations about the COVID-19 vaccine with Russian- and Ukrainian-speaking patients. Click here to access resources for this e-course.

Earn 1.25 free continuing education credit(s) and learn strategies to foster COVID-19 vaccine confidence. 

Special thanks to the Washington State Department of Health and the Former Soviet Union Task Force for their support of this e-course. 

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