How to talk about vaccines

How to have conversations about vaccination

1. Listen with empathy

2. Ask open-ended questions

3. Share trusted information

4. Explore reasons for wanting to get vaccinated

How organizations and vaccinators can help boost vaccine confidence

1. Lead by example

2. Build trust

3. Break down barriers

Conversations go a long way in sustaining vaccine confidence

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