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This news article describes the town halls organized by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston. It lists the doctors and anchors featured.

This news article details the onsite vaccination event organized by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa and their partners.

This news article details how the Boys & Girls Club of Greater La Crosse partnered with the Mayo Clinic Health System to host Covid-19 vaccination clinics.

This Facebook post from the Boys & Girls Club of Easton describes how Club employees helped vaccination efforts.

Tips on building trust in an organization. From Harvard Business Review.

Psychological research supports personal agency in decision making. Available at Science Direct.

Scientific research supporting positive, non-threatening communications. Available at

Wiley Online.

Behavioral research tips for framing conversations to increase vaccine confidence. From
The National Institutes of Health.

A set of tips on how to effectively communicate about Covid-19 vaccination. From the Public Health Institute's Berkeley Media Studies Group. 

Survey findings on the most effective messages for employers to use. From Civis Analytics.

A set of tips on how to effectively communicate about Covid-19 vaccination. From the Public Health Institute's Berkeley Media Studies Group.

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