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This summary is provided by the Behavioral Insights Research Center Chelsea Moss and colleagues examined the relationship between family communication patterns (FCP), trust in government, and willingness to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine with family members. An online survey of 1,036 participants was conducted in March 2022. Key findings include:1.) Trust in government did not impact the … Continue reading How Does Family Communication Affect Conversations About COVID-19?

 This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center based on the original study. Dr. Weiting Tao and colleagues examined how workplace dialogic communication about COVID-19 vaccination influenced employees’ intention to advocate for the vaccine to people in their personal and professional networks. Workplace dialogic communication requires open exchange of information, thoughts, and … Continue reading Workplace Chatter Can Promote Employee Advocacy for COVID-19 Vaccination