HPV Webinar on April 24, 2019

March 13, 2019 8:16 AM | Anonymous

Why Aren’t Information and Altruism Appeals Enough? Targeting the Psychological Sources of Vaccine Beliefs

Join the Scenic Rivers AHEC on Wednesday, April 24th to learn more about why interventions to improve vaccine uptake via vaccine attitude change often fails, or even backfires. We will also explore why a focus on identifying and targeting the psychological sources of HPV vaccine beliefs — deliberations, affects, intuitions, and personal or social motives — could be used to create more effective interventions to improve both vaccine uptake and attitudes. 

April 24, 2019

12 pm to 1 pm CST

Dr. Aaron Scherer 
Limited to the first 100 registrants

Dr. Aaron Scherer is an Associate of Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa, an affiliate member of the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, and a member of the Iowa Cancer Consortium. He has graduate and postgraduate training in social psychology, the decision sciences, and health risk communication and a research focus on the psychology and communication of vaccines and cancer prevention.

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