Professor Heidi J. Larson joins Pandemic Planet, a podcast from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, to discuss how national security threats associated with low confidence in vaccines have changed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.Read on Pandemic Planet
Working through the spring of 2021, the CSIS-LSHTM High-Level Panel on Vaccine Confidence and Misinformation analysed the diverse forms of vaccine hesitancy in the United States and their links to international phenomena.
The IRIS Academic Research Group was founded by some of the world’s leading researchers and academic institutions and launched in June 2021 at the inaugural Global Vaccine Confidence Summit as part of the UK government’s G7 Presidency.
Please join the CSIS Global Health Policy Center to celebrate the launch of Heidi J. Larson’s new book, Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start – and Why They Don’t Go Away.
This report argues that vaccine confidence is essential to ensuring national security, and recommends bolstering confidence-building efforts in five critical areas.
This report uses VCP data from 2015 – May 2021 to assess local barriers and drivers to adult vaccine uptake in Low – Middle Income Countries, with a view to supporting the development of targeted interventions and programs.
On Friday 4th February the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s High-Level Panel on Vaccine Confidence and…