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LNCT Webinar Resources: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy Challenges

LNCT hosted a webinar on February 6, 2020 on Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy Challenges. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine presented a summary of the key issues and lessons learned during LNCT’s vaccine hesitancy workshop which took place in Geneva in November 2019. Armenia shared their experience introducing the HPV vaccination, challenges (including on social media), what worked, and lessons learned. Ghana also shared lessons learned in building healthcare worker confidence to address questions and concerns. The webinar concluded with 15 minutes of a moderated question & answer discussion with the panelists.

Included here are the presentation materials used for the webinar.

Presentation Slides:  English | Português | русский

Video Recording:

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