A discussion of the role different sectors play in building and strengthening trust in vaccination, with a focus on actions taken at the local and community level.
EBODAC (Ebola Vaccine Deployment, Acceptance and Compliance) was set up to develop strategies and tools to encourage acceptance and uptake of new Ebola vaccines in the context of clinical trials.
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.
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.
Overview Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vaccine Confidence Project teamed up with YouTube and other health partners to reach people with credible information…
Overview The Vaccine Confidence Project and its partners aimed to improve COVID-19 vaccine confidence…
In this perspective, Professor Heidi. J Larson argues that understanding trust in local contexts is key to communication about vaccination.