Webinar: Visualizing Global COVID-19 Vaccine Behaviors and Perceptions in 100+ Countries

15 September, 2021

Forwarded from Johns Hopkins CCP. Would you like to represent HIFA at this event and share a brief message with your observations afterwards? Contact: neil@hifa.org

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Visualizing Global COVID-19 Vaccine Behaviors and Perceptions in 100+ Countries

Data and Insights from the COVID Behaviors Dashboard

September 21, 2021 9:30 am EDT

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What are the reasons driving vaccine hesitancy around the world? What structural barriers are preventing people from accessing available vaccines? Which demographic groups are open to receiving more information - and what are those information needs?

Join experts from Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs for a tour through the COVID Behaviors Dashboard.

Behavioral researchers at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs will present findings from the data. More than 12 million adults in 100+ countries responded to the survey over the first four months; new data will be added twice a month. Global-level analyses will describe variation across gender, age groups and regions on the topic of vaccine hesitancy, reasons for hesitancy and reported structural barriers.

Moderator:

Jeni A. Stolow, Ph.D., MPH

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Temple University College of Public Health

GOARN-Research Risk Communication and Community Engagement Focal Point

Speakers:

Dominick Shattuck, PhD

Director, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

J. Douglas Storey, PhD

Associate Professor

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Tuo-Yen Tseng, MA, PhD candidate

Data Analyst

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

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Neil Pakenham-Walsh, HIFA Coordinator, neil@hifa.org www.hifa.org