Published on in Vol 25 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/43873, first published .
The Initial Relationship Between the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Digital COVID-19 Public Education Campaign and Vaccine Uptake: Campaign Effectiveness Evaluation

The Initial Relationship Between the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Digital COVID-19 Public Education Campaign and Vaccine Uptake: Campaign Effectiveness Evaluation

The Initial Relationship Between the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Digital COVID-19 Public Education Campaign and Vaccine Uptake: Campaign Effectiveness Evaluation

Journals

  1. Upshaw S, Davis O, Love B, Almalki S. Using Cultural Variance Framework to Promote Vaccine Confidence among African Americans: A Qualitative Content Analysis of “We Can Do This” COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign. Howard Journal of Communications 2023:1 View
  2. Denison B, Dahlen H, Kim J, Williams C, Kranzler E, Luchman J, Trigger S, Bennett M, Nighbor T, Vines M, Petrun Sayers E, Kurti A, Weinberg J, Hoffman L, Peck J. Evaluation of the “We Can Do This” Campaign Paid Media and COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake, United States, December 2020–January 2022. Journal of Health Communication 2023;28(9):573 View
  3. Anderson M, Atkinson A, McAuley A, Sumnall H, Glancy M, Bloomfield H, Trayner K. Assessing the reach and engagement with the ‘ How To Save A Life ’ mass media campaign on drug-related death prevention in Scotland. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 2023:1 View
  4. Luchman J, Nighbor T, Kranzler E, Denison B, Dahlen H, Kim J, Williams C, Trigger S, Bennett M, Hoffman L, Peck J. Association Between the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ COVID-19 Public Education Campaign and Initial Adult COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake by Race and Ethnicity in the United States, 2020–2022. Health Promotion Practice 2023 View
  5. Kranzler E, Ihongbe T, Marshall M, Denison B, Dahlen H, Hoffman B, Seserman K, Xie J, Hoffman L. Racial and ethnic differences in COVID-19 vaccine readiness among adults in the United States, January 2021–April 2023. Vaccine 2024;42(3):410 View
  6. Bui H, Ekşioğlu S, Proano R, Nurre Pinkley S. An analysis of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the U.S.. IISE Transactions 2024:1 View
  7. Denison B, Bennett M, Kim J, Dahlen H, Williams C, Luchman J, Kranzler E, Trigger S, Nighbor T, Marshall M, Hoffman L. Association Between the “We Can Do This” Campaign and COVID-19 Booster Uptake, U.S., 2021–2022. AJPM Focus 2024;3(2):100183 View
  8. Ihongbe T, Kim J, Dahlen H, Kranzler E, Seserman K, Moffett K, Hoffman L. Trends in primary, booster, and updated COVID-19 vaccine readiness in the United States, January 2021–April 2023: Implications for 2023–2024 updated COVID-19 vaccines. Preventive Medicine 2024;180:107887 View
  9. Moffett K, Seserman K, Margolis K, Kranzler E, Marshall M, Dahlen H, Kim J, Denison B, Hoffman B, Dupervil D, Yu K, Hoffman L. Differences in social media use by COVID-19 vaccination status. Vaccine 2024;42(9):2166 View