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Vaccination Anxiety, Hesitancy, & Misinformation
LGBTQ Youth: Increasing Family Support

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Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs

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I. Vaccine Hesitancy
Course Content Manual Questions
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Questions:

1. A distinction exists between those who may be hesitant about COVID-19 vaccines and those who have complete mistrust in vaccines. Communicators should avoid grouping those who are only hesitant to vaccinate, but not entirely opposed, with people who are actively opposed to all vaccination. For those who have expressed a deeper general mistrust in vaccines, communication should still be what?
2. Vaccination decisions will, in part, depend on your client/patient’s perceptions about individual and community risk. What areas need to be identified regarding your client/patient vaccination hesitancy?
3. The religious beliefs of some people are in opposition to vaccination, and other people oppose vaccination on other grounds, including philosophic. In addition, some persons are not opposed to all vaccines but oppose the concept of mandatory vaccination or mandates for specific vaccines. What is the basis for this latter belief?
4. Although vaccinations provide good protection, and while they likely reduce transmission of the virus to others; what two facts produce a dilemma for communicators who wish to be transparent about benefits and harms?
5. What was the most common type of intervention used as a determinant for vaccine hesitancy sighted in the literature?

Answers:

A. Population-specific concerns; motivation to take or not take the vaccine; and the specific information-needs of your client/patient.
B. Balanced, empathetic, and compassionate. Even if this approach does not immediately lead to vaccine acceptance; acknowledge dominant concerns; avoid judgment; shaming, or excessive directiveness.
C. The extent of vaccine protection remains uncertain; vaccines do not offer full immunity.
D. They may believe they (or their children) are not at risk for a particular disease or that, if contracted, the disease is not severe.
E. Address individual and social group influences.

II. COVID-19 Misinformation
CDC Vaccine Myths and Facts – Mini-Sections
Course Content Manual Questions
The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
Important Note! Underlined numbers below are links to that Section. If you close your browser (i.e. Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc..) your answers will not be retained. So write them down for future work sessions.

Questions:

1. What are reasons the COVID vaccine could be made quickly and still be safe?
2. What is a reason a client/patient would get COVID-19 right after getting vaccinated?
3. What conditions does vaccine shedding happen?
4. What is the process your body uses to fight the virus?
5. What if the reason it is impossible for a tracking device to be injected with the COVID Vaccines?
6. What are the facts behind the videos on social media showing magnets sticking to people’s arms where they got a vaccine?
7. What are the facts behind the myth that “’Big Pharma’ is just out to make money and pays doctors to say their products are safe?
8. In the past, people of color have been lied to or forced to test drugs or medical procedures under unethical practices, placing their health at risk. Why were efforts made in testing to include Black and Latinx volunteers in numbers that reflect the population?
9. What is the reason doctors and scientists recommend that you get vaccinated even if you already had COVID-19?
10. How were fetal cells used in the development, testing, or production of COVID-19 vaccines?
11. What is in the COVID-19 vaccine?

Answers:

A. It is because you were infected by someone with COVID-19 around the same time you were vaccinated. It can take up to 14 days for symptoms to show after you have been infected. So, if you get infected right before getting vaccinated, you might not get sick until after you get your vaccine.
B. Scientists had a head start because they had already studied other coronaviruses like SARS and MERS. The government provided a lot of money and resources for vaccine development. trials could start quickly because people were eager to take part. COVID-19 vaccines was prioritized by the FDA. Some of the stages to develop and produce the vaccines the were done at the same time instead of one after another.
C. The DNA or RNA in the COVID-19 vaccine tells our body’s cells how to build part of the spike protein found on the COVID-19 virus. This step is needed for our body’s immune system to build a response. The immune system then develops antibodies and prepares immune cells to fight against the COVID-19 virus if we are exposed to it in the future. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines contain mRNA (messenger RNA). The mRNA never enters the cell nucleus where our DNA is located so it can’t alter our DNA.
D. When a vaccine contains a weakened version of the virus. None of the three vaccines authorized in the U.S. contain the COVID-19 virus in any form. There is no virus for them to shed.
E. This is to try to prove that the vaccines contain microchips or that a needle is left behind. This is just a trick. These can easily be made to stick to the skin with tape or ointment. the amount of metal needed to attract a magnet is too large to fit in the needle used to give a COVID-19 vaccine.
F. The needle that is used to give a COVID-19 vaccine is much smaller than even the smallest microchip. This myth started on social media.
G. This was done to make sure that the vaccines are safe for all and to prevent any from becoming victims of medical neglect or racism.
H. While there are terrible examples of drug companies putting profit before safety, the development of these vaccines has been carried out in the public eye. Reviews of vaccine safety and efficacy (a term used to mean that the vaccines work) have been published for anyone to read.
I. Natural immunity is the protection that you get after you've had COVID-19. Getting vaccinated will boost your immunity for better and longer protection against COVID-19.
J. Aside from the genetic material to stimulate your immune system, the ingredients are pretty basic. Some of the ingredients have scientific chemical names, but if you looked them up, you would find that they are salts, sugars, and fats.
K. Lines there were made from these cells were made in laboratories from cells from 2 abortions done in 1973 and 1985 were used in development, testing, or production of COVID-19 vaccines. None of the fetal cells used came from a recent abortion or from an abortion done for the sole purpose of vaccine development.


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