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Trusted Messengers and Trusted Spaces: Engaging Arts and Culture for Vaccine Confidence in Your Community
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has partnered with arts and culture organizations to promote vaccine confidence and demand.

In this 1-hour webinar, panelists collaborating on vaccine confidence and demand from the public health and arts and cultural sectors, will share practice examples, strategies, and resources for building partnerships and programs that engage artists and culture-bearers. They will focus on how to create synergistic, equitable, culturally responsive, and sustainable partnerships and programs that engage artists as critical partners and trusted messengers in promoting vaccine confidence—for COVID-19 and beyond.

By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Identify strategies and resources for engaging arts and culture to increase vaccine confidence.
- Identify strategies for overcoming common challenges to vaccine confidence through arts and culture-based health communication programs.
- Recognize partnerships and initiate programs for advancing vaccine confidence through more engaging, tailored, equitable, and culturally responsive and sustainable programming in their communities.
- Articulate the value of partnership among public health and local artists, culture-bearers, and arts and culture organizations to promote vaccine confidence.

CDC’s partnership with the David J. Spencer CDC Museum, University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine, CDC Foundation, and two Atlanta based arts organizations, Dashboard and Living Walls, has generated:
- A pilot project in Atlanta to demonstrate how arts and culture can empower vaccine confidence.
- A set of field guides.
- A program repository to drive partnerships and public health programming with arts and culture.

Aug 24, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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