MSU Extension webinar series connects public audiences to medical professionals

Webinar series gives opportunity for the public to ask medical professionals vaccine-related questions

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Michigan State University Extension’s Michigan Vaccine Project or MVP aims to connect rural Michiganders with science-based evidence and resources around vaccines to help them make informed health decisions for themselves and their families. One way this is accomplished is through a monthly webinar featuring a variety of healthcare professionals. The webinars give attendees the chance to learn about various vaccine-related topics and get their questions answered live. The webinars are recorded so those who are unable to attend live can watch the webinar after the fact when it is posted on the MVP website and the MI Stronger Family Facebook page. Webinars typically take place from 12:00-1:00 p.m. over Zoom and Facebook Live.  You can register for an upcoming webinar through the MVP events pages.

Upcoming Webinars:

August 30, 2023: Back to School Preparation with Katie Stanulis, NP

September 29, 2023: Vaccine Misinformation and Scientific Literacy with Dr. Anna Young Argyris

October 17, 2023: Travel Vaccines and Global Health with Dr. Mohamed Satti

November 14, 2023: Indigenous Experiences and Perspectives on Immunization with Joseph Sowmick, Hon.PhD., and Susan Sowmick, RN, BSN

Past Webinars

You can catch up on previous webinars through the following links:

Where can you find vaccines?

To find a vaccine, check with your primary care physician, local health departments, pharmacies and clinics. You can also visit to locate a vaccine clinic near you.

If you would like to learn more about vaccines, check out Michigan State University Extension’s partnership with the Michigan Vaccine Project to find links to event schedules, podcasts, publications, webinars and videos related to vaccine education.

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