Badger Nurses Collaborating on Covid-19 Vaccine Education and Delivery (BN-CoVED), supports the UW–Madison School of Nursing as it collaborates with community partners and nursing schools at UW–Eau Claire, UW–Green Bay, UW–Oshkosh and UW–Stevens Point to vaccinate the public against COVID-19.
Student and faculty volunteers participate in clinics Monday through Saturday including University Health Services, UnityPoint Meriter, Sauk County, Walworth County, and The Ho-Chunk Nation Vaccination efforts in Baraboo.
Badger Nurses Collaborating on Covid-19 Vaccine Education and Delivery (BN-CoVED) is supported by a $185,000 COVID-19 Response Grant from the Wisconsin Partnership Program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health and through a philanthropic gift from Activision Blizzard.
The grant supports the coordination, education and deployment of nursing students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteers to provide clinic support and vaccine administration, as well as educational programs on preventing spread and making safe choices during the ongoing pandemic.
Badger Nurses & COVID-19
The Wisconsin Partnership Program has awarded a COVID-19 Response Grant to the UW–Madison School of Nursing to help support vaccination efforts in Wisconsin.
UW–Madison School of Nursing students are giving the COVID-19 vaccine to teachers and other qualifying populations around the southern part of the state, to help with the massive task of vaccinating against the new virus that caused a global pandemic.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank, UW System interim President Tommy Thompson and Board of Regents President Andrew S. Petersen toured the vaccine clinic at the Nicholas Recreation Center on Tuesday, March 23, where School of Nursing faculty and students helped administer vaccines.
- Badger Nurses Respond to COVID-19
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Healthcare Vaccination Resources
Ad Council | It’s Up to You
AMA | Vaccine Hesitancy
Columbia Hospital | New Rap Videos Aim to Help Increase COVID-19 Vaccination in Communities of Color
Morgridge Institute for Research | COVID 19: How to talk about vaccines (and find common ground)
National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants | Numerous resources
National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants | Training for those working with the RIM community
Overture Center, Madison | The Covid-19 Vaccine and the Black Community (public foum)
UW Health | COVID-19 Vaccines FAQs
WINRS UW–Madison | CARDS discuss COVID-19 Vaccine — Motivations and Concerns
Wisconsin DHS | You Stop the Spread
BN-CoVED Partners in the News
Inside UW-Green Bay News 3/31/2021
By the Numbers (updated 4/09/2021)
Clinical sites served
Student clinical hours
Faculty clinical hours
Badger Nurses Deliver Vaccinations
“[The students] worked really hard. Over 1100 people were vaccinated there [Jefferson County, 4/1/2021] yesterday!”Lori Anderson, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, NCSN Clinical Professor, School of Nursing