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Understanding and Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Decision-Making Among College Students and Younger Adults (Archived)

Kristin Lunz Trujillo, PhD

Dr. Lunz Trujillo situates COVID-19 vaccine decision-making among younger adults with previous literature on young adults’ behaviors and attitudes on different vaccines (such as the flu and HPV vaccines). In particular, she focuses on college students’ attitudes and behaviors regarding the COVID-19 vaccine based on a recent report released by the COVID States Project. Dr. Lunz Trujillo concludes by discussing implications for practitioners.

Presentation Slides

Sources from the presenter to highlight studies that find no difference between vaccinated and unvaccinated rates of unplanned pregnancy, miscarriage, or birth:

Another source from the presenter that practitioners can pass on to patients to summarize these studies: Science News: No, COVID-19 vaccines won’t make you infertile

Year 2021
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Discuss how younger adults and college students differ from the general population on vaccine decision-making, particularly regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.
  2. Identify how younger adults and college students view the COVID-19 vaccine, and related policies, compared to other vaccines.
  3. Explain key issues and factors to encourage COVID-19 vaccine uptake and to reduce concerns or barriers for younger adults.

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