The COVID Vaccines? I’m Just Now Sure Yet. Some Questions, Answers, and Advice

The COVID Vaccines? I’m Just Now Sure Yet. Some Questions, Answers, and Advice


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  • Title: The COVID Vaccines? I’m Just Now Sure Yet. Some Questions, Answers, and Advice
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  • Authors: Janet Ohene-Frempong, MS
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Understanding COVID-19 and its variants and the COVID Vaccines – use this easy-to-read micro-pub to make it understandable and actionable.

Understanding the COVID-19 vaccines can be a challenge – this easy-to-read micro-pub helps make them understandable. This easy-to-understand, 6″ x 9″ micro-pub is written at a 4th grade reading level and is designed to provide credible, compelling, and understandable content to provide to individuals and their families. The brochure is 24 pages plus covers and includes information on:

  • Vaccine development
  • Side Effects of the Vaccines
  • Unknowns About the Vaccines
  • How COVID spreads
  • Protecting Yourself from COVID

What’s inside:

  • Under 40 pages, 6” x 9” format
  • 4th grade reading level using plain language principles
  • Engaging content with step-by-step calls to action
  • Engaging content with step-by-step calls to action
  • Appropriate, action-oriented visuals

About the Author

Janet Ohene-Frempong, MS, is a plain language and cross-cultural communications consultant with over 25 years of experience in consumer/provider communications. She has conducted workshops and provided consultation for a wide range of health information, service, and care providers, including health care systems, government agencies, health insurers, pharmaceutical companies, medical publishers, health and human service agencies and schools of medicine, nursing and allied health.
She is often an invited speaker and keynote speaker at national conferences. Ohene-Frempong has served on several national advisory committees, and she has co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles. She is the fourth recipient of the IHA Health Literacy Hero Award, given by the Institute for Healthcare Advancement and was the was the second invited Blum Visiting Scholar, nominated annually by the Maxwell & Eleanor Blum Patient and Family Learning Center at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Her sensitivity to the political issues surrounding the COVID pandemic have their origins in her BA in political science from Cornell University. Her public health and teaching background have their roots in her MS in Public Health Nutrition from Columbia University Teacher’s College. The current issue of COVID is a highly emotional one. She has attempted to approach the daunting public health issue of COVID in a unique way. It is easy to read. There is no political judgement. And it aims to be as culturally neutral as possible.

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