This webinar discusses vaccine development and the vaccines that have been developed for COVID-19. The webinar is intended to educate persons who may be involved with the administration of these vaccines by addressing many of the major concerns and questions that have been raised about these vaccines.
This course is available at no cost to independent learners by affiliating with “COVID-19 Free Training (IL)” during the registration process. Click here for instructions. Organizations (including those not subscribed to CITI Program) can add this webinar at no cost, along with our COVID-19: Back to Campus course, Remote Contact Tracing course, COVID-19: Insights for Higher Ed Leaders course, and our Participating in Vaccine Research webinar. Add now.
Language Availability: English
Suggested Audiences: Healthcare Providers
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine
Presented by: Wilbur H. Chen, MD, MS, FACP, FIDSA - University of Maryland School of Medicine
- Review the vaccine candidates for COVID-19.
- Describe the process of vaccine development through approval.
- Discuss the policy decision making process for COVID-19 vaccination.
- Address some of the most common concerns regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 20086 (English)
COVID-19: Back to Campus (2020-2021)
A complimentary course to train staff, students, and faculty on COVID-19 safety for their return to campus.
Remote Contact Tracing
Train individuals to conduct remote contact tracing for COVID-19 according to an established protocol and using evidence-based practices.
COVID-19: Insights for Higher Ed Leaders (Free Course)
Gain insights to guide strategic planning surrounding COVID-19 operations in Higher Ed.