On Wednesday, 14th September 2022, Vaccine Confidence Project Founder and Co-Director Professor Heidi. J Larson delivered the 2022 Merrimon Lecture at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
The Vaccine Confidence Project™ is a WHO Centre of Excellence on addressing Vaccine Hesitancy, and is engaged in many strands of research pertaining to vaccine hesitancy.
In 2018, the European Commission engaged the Vaccine Confidence Project to create the first “State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU” report. Since then, the VCP has conducted bi-annual research to map and monitor public attitudes to vaccines across the region and examine trends over time.
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.
The Vaccine Confidence Project is pleased to announce the launch of a series of public webinars.
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.
This project and accompanying evaluation particularly focused on Benishangul Gumuz Regional State (BGRS) where the coverage for penta 3 vaccination was 41.7% in 2011.