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April 27: All You Want to Know About the Vaccines That Prevent COVID-19
Register to attend this event co-hosted by the University of Texas at Austin's School of Public Health and the Michael and Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living on Tuesday, April 27, from noon-1 p.m. CT. Attendees will learn how the current COVID-19 vaccines are made, how they induce immunity, their side effects, their effectiveness, their distribution, and why people should get vaccinated. Attendees will also learn about the virus variants and the effectiveness of the vaccine against the variants. Lastly, attendees will hear about herd immunity and why that is important. Attendees will also learn about the potential need for booster doses.
Web link    Date Added: 04/13/2021    Date Last Modified: Apr 13 2021 7:02PM  
April 29: COVID-19 Communications: Real-World Insights to Promote Vaccine Acceptance
Register to attend this event on Thursday, April 29, at 11 a.m. CT to listen to a panel discussion with experts sharing practical strategies and real-world insights to reach key audiences, including communities of color, employees and college students. The discussion will focus on strategies for implementing the communications framework outlined in the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases report, COVID-19 Communications: Promoting Prevention Measures and Vaccine Acceptance.
Web link    Date Added: 04/07/2021    Date Last Modified: Apr 7 2021 1:15PM  
Community COVID-19 Briefing (Nebraska)/Tuesdays
The University of Nebraska Medical Center will provide a community COVID-19 briefing every Tuesday and Friday.
Unknown item type    Date Added: 01/06/2021    Date Last Modified: Feb 24 2021 6:38PM  
Community COVID-19 Briefing (Nebraska)/Fridays
The University of Nebraska Medical Center provides a community COVID-19 briefing every Tuesday and Friday.
Unknown item type    Date Added: 01/06/2021    Date Last Modified: Feb 24 2021 6:37PM  
Free Education Modules: Understanding the COVID-19 Pandemic
John Hopkins University offers a new, free e-learning course to help people understand the COVID-19 pandemic. The course is set up as a series of short modules to explore the pandemic and specifics about the virus, including discussion of the virus that causes COVID-19 and the pandemic’s broader implications for society.
Web link    Date Added: 09/24/2020    Date Last Modified: Sep 24 2020 4:45PM  
Medical and Public Health Considerations of COVID-19
The American College of Medical Toxicology provides a collaborative web series on emerging COVID-19 topics featuring voices from the front lines.
Web link    Date Added: 04/15/2020    Date Last Modified: Jun 3 2020 5:33PM