February First Friday with the School of Public Affairs-Colorado's COVID-19 Vaccination: Hesitancy, Ethics, and Logistics

| 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Cost/fee: Free

 Colorado’s COVID-19 Vaccination: Hesitancy, Ethics, and Logistics

Virtual panel discussion with Q&A

Now that there are COVID-19 vaccines available and more in the research pipeline, our attention turns to how to get the vaccine into people. In this panel, we'll explore some of the challenges of offering vaccination to the entire population of Colorado. We'll discuss how vaccine hesitancy and skepticism impacts uptake, the ethical considerations of vaccine distribution, and the logistics of getting two shots in every arm across our mountainous and rural geography. 

This webinar will be recorded for those who are unable to attend.

Panelists

Scott Bookman (MPA '15)
Director, Division of Disease Control and Public Health Response
Incident Commander for COVID-19
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Katherine Dickinson, PhD
Assistant Professor
Colorado School of Public Health

Anuj Mehta, MD
Denver Health

Moderator

Deserai Crow, PhD
Associate Professor
Associate Program Director, Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs
CU Denver School of Public Affairs

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