OpenSciEd  - Carolina (P-U from March)

Archive: Science Update: COVID-19 Vaccines: What are They and How Do They Work?, March 18, 2021

The intent of this web seminar is to provide the attendees with some basic background information about vaccines and how this relates to the current COVID-19 vaccines approved for use.  This web seminar will not provide medical, legal, or policy advice or opinions on the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "The pacing was perfect. I'm so glad that there was three breaks to ask the questions. Good group of participants asking great questions."
  • "The presenter and slides were clear. Many questions were answers throughout the webinar. The examples and visuals were amazing! I enjoyed the misconception clarifications."
  • "The simplicity of vaccines is a beautiful reminder that science literacy and understanding is so important. I enjoyed the personal refresher of content knowledge, but also feel empowered to share this with others given the lack of scientific literacy we are seeing play out in society."

A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' account page for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.

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