Mass vaccine Dispensing, Community Vaccination Centers, Homebound Vaccine Dispensing, Home Health Care
This presentation summarizes the goals of the COVID-19 vaccination program and provides an overview of its status as of May 2021. Next, the logistics requirements of Community Vaccination Centers (CVCs), which are common venues for mass vaccine dispensing, are presented. According to this dispensing method, people travel to where the vaccine is being administered (people-to-shots). Finally, the logistics requirements of an alternative dispensing method that brings the vaccine to people in their homes (shots-to-people) are addressed. This dispensing method can increase vaccine access for homebound individuals.
Milburn, A. (2021). Forum 8: Logistics and the Vaccine. Vaccine Course. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/hnrcvac/4
Community Health and Preventive Medicine Commons, Influenza Virus Vaccines Commons, Public Health Education and Promotion Commons
A portion of this presentation is based on joint work with Dr. Charleen C. McNeill, PhD, MSN, RN, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
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