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July 28|3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT

How Storytelling Enhances Vaccine Communication

This webinar will teach you how storytelling affects one’s ability to respond to messages and impact vaccine discussions. You will learn to craft your own story and effectively share it with others. If you want to change others’ minds through the power of your vaccine story, here’s how to learn how to do it!

Our presenter is Sally Perkins, Ph.D. As a trainer and consultant, Sally helps clients discover, craft, and effectively tell their stories in ways that are compelling (orally and/or in writing) to their target audiences for the purposes of advocacy, fundraising, volunteer recruitment, marketing, or conveying complex data. As a performer, Sally performs stories of all sorts—historical, wisdom, personal, and ghoulish–to audiences of all ages. Holding a Ph.D. in rhetorical studies, Sally has taught public speaking for nearly 30 years at the collegiate level. She currently teaches part-time at Butler University, but on her best days, she can be found telling stories at the bedside of kids at Riley’s Hospital for Children.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy Continuing Education will be offered.

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