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Medical school to use ‘theatre-based’ engagement sessions to increase indigenous vaccination rate – BayToday.ca

by ahnationtalk on January 20, 202275 Views

First Nations youth and young adults were vaccinated at lower rates than older people in northern Ontario

Young Indigenous people have lower vaccination rates, so Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) researchers are aiming to strengthen vaccine confidence among them.

Drs. Marion Maar, Associate Professor, Medical Anthropology, and Maurianne Reade, Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences Division are principal research investigators for the project, Co-Creating Vaccine Confidence: An Anishinabe Theatre-based Approach to Strengthen Indigenous Youth and Young Adult Vaccination Support.

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