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Building COVID-19 Confidence Through Social Media Campaigns (S04 Ep24)

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Building COVID-19 Confidence Through Social Media Campaigns (S04 Ep24)

September 24, 2021

Building COVID-19 Confidence Through Social Media Campaigns (S04 Ep24)

To coincide with the 20210 UN General Assembly, PSI pulled together a panel to explore how social media campaigns, often a key approach to building COVID-19 vaccine confidence among connected consumers at scale, can combat vaccine misinformation and hesitancy.  The Panel looks at the impact of multi-sectoral partnerships (United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #17) with Facebook, PSI, CARE & UNICEF.

Guests:
– Martin Dale, Director of Digital Health & Monitoring, PSI
– Lu’Chen Foster, Director of Health Partnerships, Facebook
– Lateefah Mosley, Project Manager, Scaled Support Program, UNICEF
– Jessica Kirkwood, Associate VP, Supporter Engagement CARE

And hosted by Ben Plumley, Sr. Advisor, Bay Area Global Health Alliance

This episode was made in partnership with the Bay Area Global Health Alliance, a network of academic institutions, nonprofits, and innovative tech, biotech and pharmaceutical companies — all committed to advancing global health equity and #innovation.

For more information:

https://www.bayareaglobalhealth.org 
https://www.psi.org
https://socialimpact.facebook.com/
https://www.care.org/
https://www.unicefusa.org/
https://www.who.int
https://www.ecohealthalliance.org
https://ohi.vetmed.ucdavis.edu
https://www.cdc.gov

#PSI #Facebook #UNICEF #CARE #BayAreaGLobalHealth #ShotArmPodcast #COVID #Vaccine #Vaccinequity #VaccineConfidence #Misinformation #VaccineAcceptance #Socialmedia #publicprivatepartnerships #pandemicspreparation

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