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What’s the cure for misinformation on vaccines?

Posted on 16 Sep, 2019

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission joined forces to tackle the issue at the first global vaccination summit. Although many of them live in developing countries with poor access to vaccines, scientists are worried that anti-vaccination campaigners in the developed world are spreading misinformation on social media. So what’s the cure for their scepticism?

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Trust in vaccines: “Vaccines are the most tested type of medicine available”

Posted on 20 Jun, 2019

Emilie Karafillakis, research fellow for the Vaccine Confidence Project, speaks to France 24 about the rising anti-vaccination sentiment that is rising throughout Europe, especially in France where a recent study revealed 1 in 3 citizens believe vaccines are unsafe.

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“Take As Directed”: Vaccine Confidence in Crisis

Posted on 29 May, 2019

In this episode of Take as Directed, J. Stephen Morrison speaks with Dr. Heidi Larson on why vaccine confidence is currently in crisis, and how this has fueled outbreaks such as measles and the persistence of polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Growing Epidemic of Vaccine Hesitancy and the Implications for Global Health

Posted on 28 May, 2019

Prof Larson discusses vaccine hesitancy and its implications across global health in this webinar.

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Vaccines, “fake news” and the EU elections: will public health be the loser?

Posted on 9 May, 2019

VCP Research Fellow Emilie Karafillakis comments on the anti-vaccination movement, the role of social media and the importance of rebuilding trust. 

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Prof Heidi Larson discusses the Vaccine Confidence Project

Posted on 2 May, 2019

In this video Prof Larson explains what vaccine confidence is, the team’s work, and what needs to be done to restore vaccine confidence around the world.

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Understanding vaccine confidence: insights from social science research

Posted on 1 May, 2019

As part of the LSHTM Vaccine Centre podcast series to celebrate World Immunization Week Prof Heidi Larson recorded an episode with about her work and the VCP.

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Controversial Ebola Vaccine Trials in Ghana

Posted on 14 Feb, 2018

Key figures share their perspectives on a controversy that led to the suspension of Ebola vaccine clinical trials in Ghana.

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Public Health United Podcast

Posted on 23 Jan, 2018
November, 2017.

Drs. Heidi Larson and Pauline Paterson of the Vaccine Confidence Project join episode 50 of the Public Health United podcast with Nina Martin, November 2017.

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Panel Discussion:
The State of Vaccine Confidence

Posted on 29 Oct, 2015
September, 2015. Hong Kong University.

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

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The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission joined forces to tackle the issue at the first global vaccination summit. Although many of them live in developing countries with poor access to vaccines, scientists are worried that anti-vaccination campaigners in the developed world are spreading misinformation on social media. So what’s the cure for their scepticism?

Emilie Karafillakis, research fellow for the Vaccine Confidence Project, speaks to France 24 about the rising anti-vaccination sentiment that is rising throughout Europe, especially in France where a recent study revealed 1 in 3 citizens believe vaccines are unsafe.

In this episode of Take as Directed, J. Stephen Morrison speaks with Dr. Heidi Larson on why vaccine confidence is currently in crisis, and how this has fueled outbreaks such as measles and the persistence of polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Literature Literature archive

Biswal . 2019 NEJM DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1903869
Piot P, Larson HJ, O'Brian KL, et al 2019 NATURE Vol. 575, pages119–129.
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