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Correcting Misinformation with Patients: Vaccine Hesitancy

Talking about vaccines

Vaccine hesitancy is a growing threat to public health and learning to speak with patients (and parents of patients) about the importance--and the risks--of vaccines is crucial. Here are some resources to help navigate those conversations, in the clinic and with the general public. 

Resources for Consumers

Book recommendations

Clinical Communication Resources

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