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Action on Vaccine Hesitancy and Medical Misinformation: COVID 19 has completely disrupted communities around the globe and caused enormous loss as well as untold human suffering. The development of effective vaccines has given us hope for the future but the unprecedented speed at which these have been...

Action on Vaccine Hesitancy and Medical Misinformation: COVID 19 has completely disrupted communities around the globe and caused enormous loss as well as untold human suffering. The development of effective vaccines has given us hope for the future but the unprecedented speed at which these have been...

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Action on Vaccine Hesitancy and Medical Misinformation: COVID 19 has completely disrupted communities around the globe and caused enormous loss as well as untold human suffering. The development of effective vaccines has given us hope for the future but the unprecedented speed at which these have been...

DariSMACC

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31 minutes
Dirilis:
Mar 12, 2021
Format:
Episode Podcast

Deskripsi

COVID 19 has completely disrupted communities around the globe and caused enormous loss as well as untold human suffering. The development of effective vaccines has given us hope for the future but the unprecedented speed at which these have been developed has raised some questions. The WHO recently identified vaccine hesitancy as one of the top 10 public health issues facing global health. To ensure a high uptake of vaccines globally, the community needs transparent, honest and factual advice from trusted members of the community. There will always be a small minority of people, "Activists" who ignore the science and spread misinformation or worse, conspiracy theories. We mostly cannot reach those activists and should rather concern our efforts with those "hesitant" but undecided. At the same time, we must also consider the logistical limitations of vaccine rollouts on a global scale. These include factors such as lack of infrastructure, accessibility, and financial constraints, to name a few... but if COVID has taught us anything, it has taught us the need for a shared sense of action. For more head to: codachange.org/podcasts
Dirilis:
Mar 12, 2021
Format:
Episode Podcast