We offer a free, complete 42-minute webinar, as well as three “Quick Videos” of key highlights. You must register to watch the complete webinar, or you may click on any of the Quick Videos below to watch them. In these videos, you will learn about the unprecedented effort that is underway to quickly develop an effective and safe vaccine to protect against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The State of COVID-19 Vaccine Development: What You Need to Know
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This 13-minute quick video examines important considerations in the development of a vaccine that will protect individuals from the coronavirus and the pharmacology of the top current Covid-19 vaccine candidates and what you need to know about how each works.
This 6-minute quick video examines the current thinking regarding vaccine storage, administration, and other logistical challenges.
Coronavirus isn't the Flu
This 7-minute quick video examines how SARS coV-2 is different from other coronaviruses found in humans and the implications for vaccine development.
Audrey M. Stevenson, PhD, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC
Dr. Stevenson is a family nurse practitioner with more than 30 years of clinical and public health experience, and earned a Master of Public Health, master of Nursing, and doctorate in Public Health from the University of Utah. She is the Division Director of Family Health Services of the Salt Lake County Health Department in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she manages 6 public health centers and various initiatives, including the immunization program.
Ruth Francis, MPH, MCHES
American Nurses Association
Senior Policy Advisor in the Department of Nursing Practice and Work Environment. Master Certified Health Education Specialist with a master’s degree in Public Health.
Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation.