#VaxEquityThurs: Lifting Up What Works

Join PHI on Twitter each Thursday at 10am PT / 1pm ET for #VaxEquityThurs, where we’ll be sharing best practices, strategies and guidance on how you can boost vaccine equity efforts in your community.

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How can public health and medical practitioners partner with communities to address the systemic, structural challenges that prevent people from accessing vaccines? What are best practices to build relationships and trust with local experts, organizations and networks in order to find creative solutions to bring down barriers?

Join PHI on Twitter each Thursday at 10am PT / 1pm ET for #VaxEquityThurs, an interactive online conversation where we’ll be sharing proven strategies and guidance on how you can boost vaccine equity in your community.

We know that successful efforts are community-driven, culturally-resonant and led by trusted experts and networks. Pulled from on-the-ground experiences, these lessons-learned will lift up local voices and experiences to provide ideas and inspiration that can support equitable vaccination roll-out—with an emphasis on working collaboratively alongside communities most impacted by COVID-19.

Follow along at #VaxEquityThurs, connect with us at @PHIdotorg, and tweet us or send a direct message with your questions and ideas for future topics.

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