Ben Plumley, Managing Director of our sister organisation the Global Listening Project, checks in with Professors’ Heidi Larson and Leesa Lin as they share the first top-line results from the Project’s 70-country societal preparedness index
In this interview with the New Book Network, author and Professor Heidi J. Larson discusses the research that informed her book Stuck, and how things have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Heidi Larson joins the Edelman Trust Institute’s Justin Blake for the final instalment of our Davos series.
Professor Heidi J. Larson joins Pandemic Planet to discuss how national security threats associated with low confidence in vaccines have changed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prof Heidi Larson discusses the spread of vaccine rumours, how these rumours impact confidence in science, and how we can help put a…
Claudia Hammond interviewed Prof. Heidi Larson in The Evidence on the BBC World Service. In this episode of The Evidence, together with Robert Kanwagi and Dr Saad Omer, they discuss the origins of misinformation and its impact.
Prof. Heidi J Larson speaks to The Economist about similarities between vaccine hesitancy today and the 19th century.
In this week’s episode of Conversations with Data, we caught up with Professor Heidi Larson, an anthropologist who is director and founder of…
What causes vaccine hesitancy, how to boost confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines, and how to convert those who are on the fence about taking it. Plus, the particular trust issues among communities of color.
Vaccine hesitancy and anti-vax sentiment have been around for as long as vaccines themselves have been available.
The result of the US election will come down to the undeclared battleground states: Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
False rumours and conspiracy theories pose a real threat to the rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine.