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

Guidelines, framing and talking points for managers. From the Health Action Alliance.

A concise overview of the causes of vaccine hesitancy with tools for addressing concerns. From The Health Action Alliance.

This webpage provides an accurate and concise FAQ on Covid-19 vaccines. The information is available in multiple languages and includes links for further reading. From the CDC.

This webpage details the benefits of Covid-19 vaccination based on up-to-date medical evidence. It also includes links for further reading. From the CDC.

An easy-to-use guide for motivating high-priority audiences to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Created by Hattaway Communications and commissioned by The Rockefeller Foundation.

This report summarizes advice for decision-makers drawn from social and behavioral science findings. From the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.

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