180 million U.S. residents received at least 1 dose of a COVID vaccine, but reaching population-level immunity requires more people to get vaccinated.
COVID-19 vaccines — and our health care system — aren't universally trusted. The AAMC’s Principles of Trustworthiness were developed to address those concerns.
The tone of the conversation makes a big difference.
University of Kentucky HealthCare, University of Utah Health, and University of Virginia Health System all boast employee vaccination rates of greater than 80%.
More large health systems are requiring all staff to get vaccinated. Others are opting for gentle persuasion. Here are the factors that drive those approaches.
Several hospitals and health care providers have offered cash incentives to boost vaccination rates among their personnel. Here are their experiences.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department boosted its employee vaccination rate from 55% to 70%.
A deep dive into the public's attitudes toward vaccines by age, race, region, and/or political affiliation.
Pop-up vaccination clinics may be a good option for personnel on the fence about the vaccines. We share tips from Vidant Health and Upstate Medical University.
Two-way conversations let vaccine-hesitant people get science-based information easily. Two leaders share lessons from their own events.