The AAMC created VaccineVoices to provide our member institutions with practical tools and guidance as we all work to increase confidence in COVID-19 vaccines in communities and among health care personnel.
Getting everyone in academic medicine vaccinated against COVID-19 will protect health care personnel — who have been heroic during this pandemic — and their families. “Everyone” includes not only doctors and nurses, but patient coordinators, environmental services staff, food service personnel and vendors, ambulatory staff, and many other important health care system team members.
The AAMC understands that this work is a collaborative effort. The Multidisciplinary Advisory Committee (‘Contributors’) is a diverse committee with broad representation from member academic medical centers, medical schools, and community members to advise and inform the project. The role of the advisory committee includes, but is not limited to, providing expertise and input as the AAMC identifies best practices and implements strategies, reviewing information and resources to provide unique and critical insights, and participating in informational and educational webinars with populations of focus.
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Ballentine Training Consultants, LLC
Michelle Barron, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Medical Student, Medical College of Georgia
Verdict Services LLC
Patient Engagement Studio at University of South Carolina (U of SC)
Mesha Jones, BSN, RN, CCRN, CWON
University of Virginia Health Systems
Mount Sinai Health System, Icahn School of Medicine
Christy M. Norman, PharmD, MD, BCPS
Medical Student, Indiana University School of Medicine
Michael D. Williams, MD, FACS
The University of Virginia School of Medicine
Mamie Williams, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
VaccineVoices is funded by a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Improving Clinical and Public Health Outcomes through National Partnerships to Prevent and Control Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Disease Threats (FAIN NU50CK000586). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The information included does not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the federal government.