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Use this discussion board to collaborate, offer suggestions, and ask questions to your fellow EXCITE Implementation Phase team members. If you wish to post an item to the discussion board, click Post and then Topic. You can comment on any topic on the discussion board by clicking on the topic and filling out the text box that appears.

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Joining as an EXCITE colleague from Maryland!

Crystal Terhune ·
Hi there! Just browsing through Connect and found this subgroup; figured I'd join from Maryland. We are a small team here, working together on Phase 4/Implementation phase to address adult vaccine hesitancy in two ways. For one, we're by addressing cultural competency and communication skills among healthcare workers (specifically among providers and personnel within rural community-based health care centers or health departments). In two demographically different rural regions in Maryland,...

Re: Joining as an EXCITE colleague from Maryland!

MelaniePugsley ·
Thanks Crystal! That sounds great!

Sharing LGU/EXCITE social media handles

Katie S ·
Hi all, in addition to sharing assets for social media, one team suggested sharing social media handles for example to perhaps re-post each other's content. In that vein, would you share your social media handles in this thread?

Re: Sharing LGU/EXCITE social media handles

@udc_causes (Instagram)

EXCITE Adult Vaccination Project

Kristina Jiles ·
The Virginia Cooperative Extension EXCITE Team and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) conducted a symposium with Extension Agents for them to learn more about the EXCITE project funded through CDC and ways that they can get involved in vaccine education! This session introduced our vaccine ambassadors and their roles in their respective localities, provided background on adult vaccinations and the current vaccination schedule, and discussed approaches to communicating vaccine...

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