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This project is a continuation from the Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy project. As time has progressed since the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccine were first distributed in the United States, more individuals are getting vaccinated. However, there is still many individuals who are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. CDC has been addressing this by encouraging medical providers to educate their patients about COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccines. With the recall and resumption of Johnson and Johnson, engaging in conversations about the mRNA vaccine technology, efficacy, and safety of the vaccines may help reduce public hesitancy. An educational handout that was created by a prior medical student was distributed at the Brookfield Family Practice. A survey was created and distributed to the patients. The survey looked at patients’ demographics, if patients were vaccinated, and whether the handout provided guidance in understanding more about COVID-19 and the vaccines.
COVID-19; mRNA vaccines; vaccinations; vaccine hesitancy; Patient Acceptance of Health Care
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Frimpong, Akua, "Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Part 2" (2021). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 680.