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Monday, July 12, 2021

In This Issue
FDA, CDC & Dr. Fauci: No need for COVID vaccine boosters yet despite Pfizer request
Maine DHHS & CDC seeking physician input; Tuesday webinar & web-based survey
Registration Open for MMA’s 168th Annual Membership Meeting (Sep 10-12)
Unvaccinated people would prefer to get vaccinated at their doctor’s office
Notice of Rulemaking: Immunization requirements for Maine school children
Feds asked to investigate of Alzheimer's drug approval; FDA revises recommendations for drug
Biden Executive Order covers non-compete agreements, hospital mergers, and prescription prices
Top JAMA and NEJM articles of the week
AAFP: Direct Primary Care Was the Change She Needed
Maine Secretary of State Seeking Physician Volunteers
SUPPORT for ME: Strengthening Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Services for MaineCare Members
Are You a Professional Who Works with Individuals in Maine Who Have a Substance Use Disorder? We Want to Hear From You!
Maine Community Action Partnership: Did You Know?
MMA Mary Cushman, MD Award for Humanitarian Service
UPCOMING EVENTS
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
AAP EQIPP Course: Immunizations - Strategies for Success (for RURAL Health Providers)
SUPPORT for ME Training and Technical Assistance Initiative
Working with Children & Adolescents? Maine Pediatric & Behavioral Health Partnership (MPBHP) Webinar Series (July thru December 2nd Wednesday of month)
Register Now: Governor Mills’ 3rd Annual Opioid Response Summit on July 15th
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Physician (BC/BE in Family Medicine) - Strong Area Health Center
Physician (BC/BE in Family Medicine) - Richmond Area Health Center
Help educate new physicians – join our accredited Family Medicine Residency Program as faculty
Join our region-leading Neuroscience/Stroke Center
Contract Clinical Advisor - Healthcare Coalition of Maine
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Unvaccinated people would prefer to get vaccinated at their doctor’s office

A recently released nationwide poll of more than 12,000 Americans on COVID-19 vaccine uptake done by The African American Research Collaborative (AARC) and the Commonwealth Fund with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson and W.K. Kellogg foundations found that unvaccinated people would prefer to get vaccinated at their doctor’s office and far fewer would prefer other locations. More than half (53 percent) would first choose their doctor’s office followed by a retail pharmacy (17%), a town or county health clinic (13%), and large public vaccination sites (only 10%).

Other important findings:

  • Larger percentages of unvaccinated Black and Native American respondents agreed that discrimination from medical professionals makes them less likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Protecting loved ones, supporting local businesses, and restoring social gatherings are among the most popular messages among unvaccinated respondents.
  • Nearly a third of parents say they will not sign up their child for a COVID-19 vaccination when it becomes available.
  • Parents’ concerns about signing up their child for the COVID-19 vaccine largely rest on the safety of the vaccine for children.
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