Please consider filling out this brief survey for The Meningitis B Action Project

28 Feb 2020 7:29 AM | Catherine Sharbaugh (Administrator)

The Meningitis B Action Project is conducting a brief survey of healthcare providers to assess how the Meningitis B vaccine is being discussed and used in clinical practice. Please help us get our survey out by sharing it with any doctors and nurses you may know.


WHAT:
Please share this 2 min, multiple choice, anonymous survey with any pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses who are currently working with adolescents. We are looking for providers who ARE and ARE NOT routinely vaccinating against Meningitis B. 

WHERE:

They can take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/meningitisbactionproject 

WHEN:
Survey closes on March 9, 2020. 

WHY:

A recent study found that many providers are not discussing the Meningitis B vaccine with their young patients. Our survey will help us understand why to help inform critical MenB education and policy efforts.

HOW:
Click below to share the survey directly via Facebook, Twitter or email! That's it. 5 seconds and done!

Have 5 seconds?
Click share, tweet or forward below, and you are done! 

About the Meningitis B Action Project 

The Meningitis B Action Project is a joint initiative by two mothers who each lost their young, healthy daughters too soon to a now vaccine-preventable disease, Meningitis B. In 2014, to educate the public about meningococcal disease and MenB vaccination, Patti and Alicia established their own foundations, The Kimberly Coffey Foundation and The Emily Stillman Foundation, named after their daughters. In 2017, both mothers joined forces under the Meningitis B Action Project to make sure other parents don’t needlessly suffer their same fate.

The project aims to arm young adults and their parents with information to proactively talk to their healthcare provider about MenB and the MenB vaccine; encourage school and college administrators, as well as the medical community, to inform students and patients about MenB and the MenB vaccine; and to engage policymakers to ensure broader access to the MenB vaccine.


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