CAPS/PRC Town Hall, I&I Core and CE Core present: Dolores Albarracín, PhD & Shawnika Hull, PhD --Risk and Decision-making in a Climate of Uncertainty

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Part III in a Series hosted by the CAPS Intervention and Implementation Science Core in collaboration with the CAPS Community Engagement Core:

Series Title: Laying Foundations of Trust: Moving Towards Health Equity

This series aims  to explore some core social and behavioral aspects of trust and engagement with public health measures in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, with an eye towards lessons from HIV work, in order to stimulate programmatic and research agendas that promote health equity.

Drs. Albarracin and Hull

Registration Link: Zoom Meeting Registration

Risk and Decision-making in a Climate of Uncertainty

This session will focus on how people understand risk (related to both acquisition and transmission) and make decisions about public and personal health-related behaviors (HIV- and COVID-related), particularly in the context of uncertainty and changing information and misinformation.  It also will examine what tools exist to help people in this regard.

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Add to Calendar 2021-05-04 12:00:00 2021-05-04 13:00:00 CAPS/PRC Town Hall, I&I Core and CE Core present: Dolores Albarracín, PhD & Shawnika Hull, PhD --Risk and Decision-making in a Climate of Uncertainty Part III in a Series hosted by the CAPS Intervention and Implementation Science Core in collaboration with the CAPS Community Engagement Core: Series Title: Laying Foundations of Trust: Moving Towards Health Equity This series aims  to explore some core social and behavioral aspects of trust and engagement with public health measures in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, with an eye towards lessons from HIV work, in order to stimulate programmatic and research agendas that promote health equity. Registration Link: Zoom Meeting Registration Risk and Decision-making in a Climate of Uncertainty This session will focus on how people understand risk (related to both acquisition and transmission) and make decisions about public and personal health-related behaviors (HIV- and COVID-related), particularly in the context of uncertainty and changing information and misinformation.  It also will examine what tools exist to help people in this regard. [email protected] Division of Prevention Science America/Los_Angeles public