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By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name five approached for those who have expressed a deeper general mistrust in vaccines.
-Name three areas that need to be identified regarding your client/patient vaccination hesitancy.
-Some persons are not opposed to all vaccines but oppose the concept of mandatory vaccination or mandates for specific vaccines. List two possible reasons for this belief.
-Name two facts that produce a dilemma for communicators who wish to be transparent about benefits and harms.
-Name the most common type of intervention used as a determinant for vaccine hesitancy sighted in the literature.
-Explain the answer more than 1 in 4 August 2020 survey respondents aged 18–24 indicated on the survey.
-Name the top four reasons given for vaccination hesitancy.
-List five reasons the COVID vaccine could be made quickly and still be safe.
-Explain reasons a client/patient would get COVID-19 right after getting vaccinated.
-Describe the conditions necessary for vaccine shedding to happen..
-Describe the process your body uses to fight the virus.
-Explain the reason it is impossible for a tracking device to be injected with the COVID Vaccines.
-Explain the facts behind the videos on social media showing magnets sticking to people’s arms where they got a vaccine.
-Name the facts behind the myth that “’Big Pharma’ is just out to make money and pays doctors to say their products are safe.”
-Explain why efforts were made when testing to include Black and Latinx volunteers in numbers that reflect the population.
-Explain the reason doctors and scientists recommend that you get vaccinated even if you already had COVID-19.
-Explain the role of Fetal cells in the development, testing, or production of COVID-19 vaccines.
-Describe what is in the COVID-19 vaccine.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."