Coronavirus Vaccine Resources

These COVID-19 vaccination resources reflect ACP's guidance in the realms of clinical, public, and ethical policy, as well as educational materials and recent developments concerning COVID-19 vaccines and their distribution.

ACP and YouTube Partner to Combat COVID-19 Misinformation: Two new video series help combat misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccinations, help physicians build vaccine confidence, and answer vaccination-related patient questions. Some videos also available in Spanish!

  • Ask Your Internist: Answers vaccination-related patient questions, providing evidence-based information from trusted physician messengers.
  • Physician to Physician Conversations: Shares practical communication strategies to help physicians and other healthcare professionals build vaccine confidence and address patient concerns that may be rooted in misinformation.

COVID-19 Forums

COVID-19 Vaccine Forum 12

Presented by The American College of Physicians and Annals of Internal Medicine, these virtual forums feature a panel of experts providing practical information related to what physicians and other health care officials need to know about COVID-19.

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Busting COVID-19 Vaccination Myths

Misinformation and disinformation campaigns have contributed to the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic. Internists can effectively counter this and encourage vaccinations. Published in ACP Internist, November 2021.

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Vaccine Requirements

ACP says employers and schools may require vaccines, including those for COVID-19, for health care workers and others against highly transmissible diseases during a public health emergency. Published September 15, 2021.

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Latest from Annals of Internal Medicine

More Annals of Internal Medicine vaccination content.

Clinical & Public Policy

COVID-19 Vaccine Practice Management

COVID-19 Vaccination Advocacy

COVID-19 Education Toolkits and Materials

Resources to help educate and increase vaccine confidence and support community outreach are available through HHS’s COVID-19 “We Can Do This” Public Education Campaign. Materials come in a variety of languages and formats, providing tailored information for at-risk groups.

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