Confidence Commentary: Blog archive

“Retro Report” Featuring Heidi Larson and Larry Brilliant

Heidi Larson | 16 May, 2017

This week in the New York Times’ “Retro Report,” Heidi Larson and Larry Brilliant discuss the parallels between the programmes to eradicate Smallpox and Polio, and how politics and public mistrust can create the greatest barriers to disease control. When facing threats as serious as the Ebola virus, the lessons offered by these eradication campaigns are more important than ever.

See the original article here.

From the Center for Vaccine Ethics & Policy
Vaccines and Global Health: The Week in Review

Literature Literature archive

MA Habib, S Soofi, S Cousens, 2017 Lancet Glob Health 5: e593–603
M Bazán, E Villacorta, G Barbagelatta, et al. 2017 Vaccine Vol35(22): 2930–2936
Moro, Pedro L et al. 2017 The Lancet Infectious Diseases , Vol 17(5): 469 - 470

Videos Video archive

Drs. Larson and Paterson join a discussion on vaccine confidence at Hong Kong University.  September, 2015.

Dr. Larson’s address to the CSIS conference on “The Global Experience in Addressing Cervical Cancer”.

Dr. Larson discusses the VCP’s 2015 report on the State of Vaccine Confidence worldwide.

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