Podcast friends Shawna Butler and Melody Butler

Proper now, COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the United States is experiencing source chain and volume difficulties. But there is certainly a further, thornier obstacle lurking beneath the surface as soon as those people problems are addressed: a significant part of Us residents who may perhaps select not to get the vaccine.

In modern episode, host Jonah Comstock welcomes Shawna Butler, host of the See You Now podcast, and Melody Butler, founder of the nonprofit Nurses Who Vaccinate (no relation), two nurses who discuss vaccine resistance and vaccine hesitancy, and how we can get forward of them to tackle the present disaster. They also contact on the purpose of nurses in the healthcare innovation ecosystem.

Chatting details:

  • Why Melody established “Nurses who Vaccinate.”
  • Vaccine hesitancy vs. vaccine resistance: reaching the people who can be attained.
  • What is (and is just not) unique with the COVID vaccines.
  • mRNA vaccines usually are not a model-new engineering.
  • Vaccine enhancement was an optimized course of action – not a truncated one particular.
  • How COVID has worsened under-vaccination in other disorders.
  • How could innovators enable tackle under-vaccination?
  • Addressing hesitancy in communities of colour.
  • What can you do to enable the vaccination exertion?
  • The great importance of which includes nurses in the dialogue.

More about this episode:

Conquering vaccine hesitancy and skepticism, specifically for those people at greater danger for COVID-19

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Google normally takes on COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

Epic, Cerner and other health IT hefty hitters sign up for forces for Vaccine Credential Initiative

AHIP launches resource web page committed to COVID-19 vaccines

Confusion about flu shot, efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines may perhaps gradual adoption

Shawna Butler’s SEE YOU NOW podcast

Two relevant episodes: Frontiers in Community Wellness Nursing and Nurses Who Vax

Nurses Who Vaccinate

Additional vaccine education and learning resources from NWV