Your patient is Ms Alexa, a 22-year-old medical student who is reluctant to get vaccinated for coronavirus. Ask her why she is reluctant, answer her concerns and finally make her agree to get vaccinated. You are _______, a registered nurse.
Nurse: “Ms Alexa? I am ____, one of the registered nurses here and this is regarding vaccination. Do you have any specific tastes for being addressed?”
Interlocutor: “Hello, Nurse! Thank you and I am okay with anything you feel alright.”
Nurse: “Well, Alexa. I have been told that you are, eh, reluctant to get vaccinated. _____________?”
Ms Alexa: “Well, to be frank, I have not thought that vaccination is effective because I have seen and heard that many people die even after two doses of vaccination.”
Nurse: “Nurse: Alright, that’s quite understandable. Millions of people have not got the vaccination because they don’t think vaccination is effective. ____________?
Ms Alexa: Yes, another reason is, I think I have a very strong immune system. I don’t want to alter it and eventually weaken it with a newly invented vaccination.
Nurse: I quite appreciate the way you think and the height of concern for your health. However, ______________.
Ms Alexa: I think that is everyone’s personal choice.