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COVID-19 Vaccine

Development, Safety and

Expected Efficacy

December 3 from 8-9pm

REGISTER NOW for FAFP's next COVID webinar entitled:  "COVID-19 Vaccine Development, Safety and Expected Efficacy." Panelist will include Jonathan L. Temte, MD, PHD.   

The following learning objectives will be discussed:

  • Identify the current candidate COVID-19 vaccines that are in phase 3 trials in the United States

  • Appreciate the processes to evaluate safety and efficacy of a new vaccine

  • Understand the importance of both efficacy and vaccine uptake is achieving control of the SARS-CoV2- pandemic

 

For more information, CLICK HERE.

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