Boost Webinar: Inoculation Against Misinformation

December 3, 2020

3 December, 2020

9:00-10:30 AM EST / 3:00-4:30 PM CEST / 5:00-6:30 PM EAST

Presented by:
Sabin Vaccine Institute, the Boost Community and UNICEF

As the final webinar of a three-part webinar series: Vaccination Misinformation Control and Prevention

Please join Sabin and UNICEF for an interactive webinar: Inoculation Against Misinformation. Hosted by the Sabin Boost Community, this is event is targeted towards strategies for immunization professionals to manage vaccination misinformation. Sign up now.

Join panelists for a discussion on combatting misinformation through locally driven practices, including prebunking and debunking. This webinar will focus on insights for immunization professionals on inoculation against harmful vaccine misinformation.

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