Protecting community members by mitigating the spread of infection and feeling safe in the community were Faye Sheppard’s #MyWhy. Sheppard, a member of the American Society for Health Care Risk Management, an affiliate of the AHA, and vice chair of the Board of Directors for Cuero (Texas) Regional Hospital tells her vaccine story for ASHRM as part of AHA’s ongoing #MyWhy social media campaign to encourage vaccine confidence among the health care workforce.

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