COERE Works In Progress: Exploring COVID-19 Perceptions Related to Vaccine Hesitancy, Testing, Prevention and Coping in Under-Resourced Communities in the Deep South

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In this presentation Dr. Bateman will explore COVID-19 perceptions related to vaccine hesitancy, testing, prevention and coping in under-resourced communities in three Alabama counties, Jefferson, Dallas and Mobile. Findings will be discussed from three focus group studies conducted over the course of the pandemic, two of which were part of the Alabama Community Engaged Alliance against COVID-19 Disparities (CEAL).  Focus groups took place in May 2020, December 2020, and August-October 2021 and included community members and stakeholders from the three counties, segmented by race/ethnic and location.

This project was funded through a grant from NHLBI, #OT2HL156812 and OTA-6793-02-S002, through subcontracts with Research Triangle Institute and Westat, Inc.”

Tuesday, January 18 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Lectures & Presentations, Seminar



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Current Students, Faculty & Staff





Free (registration required)

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