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Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence in Native Communities Part 1

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Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence in Native Communities Part 1

Topic

Vaccines

Audience

Tribal Leadership

Health Workers

Community Members

Elders

Date Added

April 29, 2021

Material Type

  Videos

Featuring Panelists: Nina Ritchie, MD Dr. Nina Ritchie is a Study Physician with the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health at the Chinle, Arizona site and works with the Center’s Infectious Disease Team. Nina is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and worked as a Medical Officer at the IHS Chinle Comprehensive Healthcare Facility prior to joining the Center. She has served the Chinle community for over ten years. https://caih.jhu.edu/about/our-people…

Sophie Neuner, MD, MPH Dr. Sophie Neuner is a Research Associate with Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health and a proud member of the Karuk Tribe of Northern California. Sophie has served as Medical and Public Health advisor to the Karuk Tribe’s COVID-19 Incident Management Team and post-residency plans on serving Native American women and families as an obstetrician/gynecologist and researcher, through approaches that are culturally congruent and honor Indigenous sovereignty. https://caih.jhu.edu/about/our-people…

Rupali Limaye, PhD, MPH Dr. Rupali Limaye is an Epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) and an expert in vaccine hesitancy. Rupali is Director of Behavioral and Implementation Science for IVAC and a full-time faculty member at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also serves as the Associate Director for Behavioral Research at the Institute for Vaccine Safety. In her 15 years of working in global health, she has worked in more than 20 countries. https://www.jhsph.edu/ivac/people/rup…