A lot has happened since the Communicating COVID panel last fall—vaccines have been developed and approved; federal guidelines have changed since the election; and new questions have arisen.
Continuing the conversation from the previous panel, our community experts will dispel myths and misconceptions about the new coronavirus vaccines. Are they safe? What are the side effects? Where can I get my shots? How much does it cost? All of these questions will be addressed, alongside information about important local resources unique to the state of Virginia and the city of Richmond.
Join us for this discussion about the challenges of communicating accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
The event is free and open to all and will be broadcast live on YouTube. No registration required. For questions or accommodations, please contact the VCU Libraries Events Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch the Event
A recording of the event is available on the VCU Libraries YouTube channel.
- Jeanine Guidry, Ph.D., VCU Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, Director, Media+Health Lab
Natalie Pennywell, MPH, CHES, Director, VCU Health Hub at 25th
- Facilitators: Dana L. Ladd, Ph.D. and Oscar Keyes
Consult a Librarian
The VCU Medical Center Health and Wellness Library, located on the ground floor of the VCU Medical Center's Gateway Building, is a consumer health library designed to help patients, their families and the community get correct, up-to-date health information.
Call (804) 828-2432 or email email@example.com for help finding the latest information about COVID-19. Or consult this online guide developed by the Health and Wellness Librarian.
Image: Community Viral Spread, freshidea, licensed through Adobe Stock, edited by Oscar Keyes