SABEW’s hosting a free virtual symposium with leading national experts on vaccine policy and distribution for journalists. We’ll focus on what appears to be working and what is not, and what the impediments are for getting Americans immunized, including radical disparities. Find out more about the success and failures in manufacturing, distributing, and administering the vaccine.

We’ll explore tools to help reporters and editors figure out who’s getting the vaccine in their area and help you generate story ideas. The virtual symposium is just one session a day for 45 minutes and includes time for journalists to engage with expert speakers.

Space is limited so that we can accommodate a robust Q & A. The registration process is simple and straightforward – create a profile on SCHED to be added to our attendee directory. Contact Tess McLaughlin, tmclaughlin@sabew.org, with any questions.

The symposium is produced by SABEW’s Health Care Project, supported by a grant from The Commonwealth Fund.