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COVID-19 vaccination training programs and reference materials for healthcare professionals

  • 03/11/2021

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      Healthcare professionals who are knowledgeable about evidence-based immunization strategies and best practices are critical to implementing a successful vaccination program. They are key to ensuring that vaccination is as safe and effective as possible. Some healthcare professionals administering COVID-19 vaccine may have extensive experience with immunization practices, since they routinely administer recommended vaccines in their clinical practice. For others, administering COVID-19 vaccine may be their first clinical experience with vaccination. Below is a list of immunization training and educational materials, including basic and COVID-19-vaccine-specific information.

      CS321629-F

      COVID-19-Clinical-Training-and-Resources-for-HCPs.pdf

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