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Exploring the role and the fix for information hacking as an element of effective public health is the goal of this lively panel discussion focused on the lesson of COVID.
Dickey Center 40th Anniversary Event!
Vaccines are rightly heralded as a leading public health achievement; but their potential is currently under threat. Fear, misinformation, and political polarization are stoking vaccine hesitancy and eroding vaccination rates, with grave consequences. Polio has been detected in the U.S. for the first time in a decade; unvaccinated individuals continue to die of COVID-19 at high rates; and measles outbreaks are now common recurrences in high-income countries due to pockets of vaccine resistance. How can society stem the tide and shore up vaccine confidence?
Join our panel of experts as they dissect the susceptibility to vaccine-related misinformation in the US and beyond and explore evidence-based approaches to fighting back.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Health Care at Tuck School of Business
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.