Community leaders play a vital role in making sure their communities have important, accurate information about public health and clinical research that can benefit them.
Find resources—from videos and social media posts to handouts and fact sheets—to help you talk with your communities about these critical topics.
Participants in any clinical trial should represent the patients who will use the drug or vaccine being tested. Removing barriers and including African American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian/Alaska Native people in COVID-19 trials is essential for the development of treatments and vaccines that are safe and effective for these communities, who have been hit the hardest by the pandemic.Find Inclusion Resources
Learning About Vaccines
Vaccines help our body’s immune system fight infections faster and more effectively, protecting us from serious diseases. Get general information on vaccines and how the COVID-19 vaccine will work to protect people who get the vaccine and their family and friends.See Vaccine Resources
Understanding Clinical Trials
Understanding what it means to participate in a clinical trial is an important first step for people considering volunteering. Topics to know more about include clinical trial types, study phases, safety protections and providing informed consent, and questions one can ask when considering participation.See Clinical Trial Resources
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is one of the most powerful ways we can fight it. Find information and resources you can share to help understand what COVID-19 is, how to protect yourself and others, and more science-based guidance from trustworthy sources.Get Resources on COVID-19 Basics