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NACCHO COVID-19 Webinar: Increasing Vaccination Coverage Among Racial and Ethnic Groups: Lessons Learned from CDC’s REACH Program

Jan 08, 2021 | Beth Hess

NACCHO invites local health department leadership and staff to join the Increasing Vaccination Coverage Among Racial and Ethnic Groups: Lessons Learned from CDC’s REACH Program webinar on Tuesday, January 26, 3:00-4:15 pm ET.

The Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program is a national program administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce racial and ethnic disparities. NACCHO invites local health department leadership and staff to participate in the webinar featuring three local health departments discussing their work to increase adult flu vaccination coverage among racial and ethnic groups experiencing disparities and sharing lessons learned and best practices.

The webinar objectives are to:

  • Gain insights on the CDC REACH program to implement priority actions focused on increasing flu vaccination coverage among racial and ethnic groups experiencing disparities in 2020-2021 flu season
  • Learn how local health departments have implemented project activities and lessons learned through their efforts
  • Engage CDC and health departments on their approach for increasing vaccination coverage

In order to join the webinar, please register here (only registered participants will be able to join).


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