Trying to decide whether to get vaccinated but worried about what’s in the vaccine? Then this free talk is for you.
Well-known medical personality Dr Tom Mulholland will give a jargon-free explanation of what’s in the vaccine and how it works. Dr Tom is an Emergency Department Doctor, an expert in molecular genetics and a former forestry worker. He works with Safetree and others to improve the health and wellbeing of people in rural communities.
Dr Tom understands why some people are worried about the vaccine, and provides clear, honest information so people can make up their minds about it. He’s also an entertaining speaker who understands forestry people.
His talk will cover:
Dr Tom will also be able to answer questions during the presentation.
If you, or someone you know, are thinking about getting vaccinated but have some concerns, then this talk is for you.
To join the talk click on this link on Monday October 11 at 4.30pm.
Please share this invite with workmates, whānau and friends who might benefit from hearing what Dr Tom has to say.
The purpose of this talk is to provide people with honest information from an expert, so they can make up their own minds about vaccination. Attendees are welcome to ask questions and air concerns. However, we expect attendees to treat Dr Tom and others with respect, and to not deliberately spread mis-information. Thanks.