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Unspoken Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Workers

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According to a recent survey, more than 20% of healthcare workers globally are COVID-19 vaccine-hesitant. The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified vaccine hesitancy as a leading global health threat. Especially concerning is vaccine hesitancy among health care workers (HCWs), including doctors and nurses as well as those who deliver indirect care and services. Understanding and addressing HCWs vaccination attitudes is crucial to promoting COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and can provide important lessons for other infectious disease crises.

ATECAM has developed an easily accessible and affordable educational courses focused on Covid vaccine reluctance amongst health care workers which is great for nurses. The course content is designed and presented by experts in the field.

Unspoken Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Workers:

This course is approved for 1 contact hour. You must complete the modules to get your certificate. You will have a 10 question comprehensive post test at the end. You must acheive a passing score of 70%. You can retake the test as many time as you want. Remember, each course has a PDF download and questions are based on the the content in the PDF.


  • Adverse effects of vaccine
  • What is vaccine hesitancy
  • Determinants of vaccine hesitancy
  • Distrust of government and healthcare organizations
  • Safety concerns
  • Herd Immunity
  • Losing your job because of failure to get vaccine

Course Material

  • Terrence Shenfield MS, RRT-ACCS, RPFT, NPS, AE-C 
  • Watch this video for course content  60 minutes
  • Note: PDF of the topic will be available in the "Material" Section

Course Originally Released on : 10/30/23

ATECAM LLC is an approved provider of Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD) by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association Approver Unit, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation