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"Key speakers and line-up:

  • Introduction  and welcome, Heidi  Larson, Professor of Anthropology,  Risk and Decision Science and Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, LSHTM
  • Social listening around vaccine trials, Emilie  Karafillakis, Lead for European research at the Vaccine Confidence Project,  LSHTM
  • Insights from the field:  challenges and solutions
  • Conducting trials in times of emergencies:  reports from the Nuffield  working group, Beatriz da Costa Thome,  Preventive Medicine Department of the Federal University of São Paulo
  • The challenges of maternal  vaccination trials, Nellie  Myburgh, Head anthropologist, University of Witwatersrand
  • Public perceptions of human  challenge studies, Primus Chi, Social  scientist at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust, Kenya
  • Proactive communication and engagement to mitigate the spread of rumours  and build resilience and confidence in vaccine trials, Robert  Kanwagi, Programme coordinator for EBODAC, World Vision  Ireland and Mateus Kambale Sahani, Vaccine Confidence Project,  LSHTM" - The Vaccine Confidence Project Webinar Series: Vaccine confidence in the context of trials


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