This blog style project reflection from Village Reach gives an introduction to the different aspects of their research project exploring barriers to vaccination in Mozambique.
This seminar, held in October 2020, explores vaccines hesitancy and what effect it will have on the development and roll-out of a potential COVID-19 vaccine. Chaired by Katherine Littler, Co-Lead, Global Health Ethics & Governance Unit at WHO.
Academic Literature: Whose knowledge counts? Exploring cognitive justice in community-university collaborations.by Siân Aggett, Mesh Editorial Team
Mesh Podcast: How can Engagement Practitioners make themselves more Trustworthy in the case of Vaccination?by Mesh Editorial Team
This Podcast explores the power of trust between communities who are hesitant towards vaccines, and the public health community who are delivering immunisation. Dr Heidi Larson gives an in-depth analysis of the pitfalls and challenges in tackling this issue.
This short podcast examines the role provided by engagement practitioners in preparing for and responding to epidemic outbreak.
Project Report: Wellcome Trust International Engagement workshop report: Trust Me I Am a Scientist (UK 2013)by Mesh editorial team
This report is based on conversations that took place at the Wellcome Trust’s fifth international engagement workshop ‘Trust Me I Am a Scientist’. The workshop took place in the UK in November 2013.