As COVID-19 vaccines roll out across the country, preventive medicine physicians are vital to the vaccine conversation. You are already leading the way through your actions - while more than a third of Americans remain hesitant to get the vaccine, according to a recent ACPM member survey, more than 98% had or were planning to get vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, nearly all members said they plan to recommend the vaccine to their family and friends.

The Vaccine Confident campaign is designed to create a dialog with preventive medicine experts about why you are confident in the science behind vaccines and their effectiveness, ultimately to instill consumer assurance in making the decision to get vaccinated. As an ACPM member, you have a unique opportunity to join us in this effort. You can help by delivering the message that you are vaccine confident to your patients, colleagues, and broader academic, public health or hospital community. Resources and graphics are available here to help you spread the word!

Vaccine Confident Campaign Resources

Vaccine Confident Interactive Toolkit

Download the full Vaccine Confident Interactive Toolkit here to receive all available resources

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Campaign Background

Bring awareness to the campaign by distributing the fact sheet to patients, colleagues, and broader hospital/health care community.

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Leverage talking points for media interviews, speaking engagements and refer to as background for written communications opportunities.

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Logo Usage

Download the Vaccine Confident logo so you can include it in your social media content, email signature, and when engaging with other materials related to the campaign.

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Infographic

Download infographic to use as educational visual on social platforms or in conversations with patients and colleagues.

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LinkedIn Article

Tailor the template article to lend your voice and create a dialogue about your confidence in vaccines and foster that same assurance with your professional and social communities.

To create and publish an article:

  • To create and publish an article:
    • Click Write an article near the top of your homepage. This takes you to the publishing tool.
      • Alternatively, you can scroll down the page as you read an article on LinkedIn. You'll see the Write an article button appear next to Like, Comment, and Share in the top bar, below the LinkedIn navigation bar.
    • Click the Headline field to type the headline of your article.
      • If you're unable to click into the Headline field, you may have a browser extension that is blocking this functionality. The two extensions that we know cause this issue, are Lazarus and Grammarly. This can be resolved by disabling these extensions and refreshing the editor.
    • Click the Write here field to type the content of your article.
    • Click the Publish button in the top right of the page.
      • You won't have the option to preview your content prior to publishing. Your article draft shows you how the published version will look. You can share your article draft with others prior to publishing.
    • In the pop-up window that appears, click Publish or click the Cancel icon to continue editing your article.
      • Once your article is published, you can editor delete it at any time.
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Social Content

Use the suggested content to join the conversation and share why you are vaccine confident with your community and followers

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Update your Facebook profile photo with the Vaccine Confident frame

  • Go to facebook.com/profilepicframes
  • Search for "Vaccine Confident"
  • Select frame
  • You can zoom in or out to fit your photo in the frame.
  • Click “Use as profile picture”.
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Social Channel Graphics

Download and add appropriate images to use on different platforms with corresponding social copy

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Presentation Slides

Include in your speaking engagements to discuss importance of being vaccine confident.

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