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COVID-19 vaccination in low and middle-income countries: lessons from past and current campaigns
This webinar is an opportunity to share experiences and learnings from past vaccination campaigns during epidemics, as well as early lessons from the COVID-19 rollout in low and middle-income countries. We will discuss the barriers and enablers currently being experienced by vaccination teams as they roll out COVID-19 vaccines, and the development of local solutions.

This is the third event of a UK Public Health Rapid Support Team (UK-PHRST) discussion series on outbreak preparedness and response which aims to encourage reflection and shared learning, as well as creative discourse.

Learning Objectives:

• To provide an opportunity for the sharing of experiences of COVID-19 vaccination in low and middle-income countries.

• To encourage the sharing of barriers, enablers, lessons and local solutions from past and current epidemic/pandemic vaccination campaigns that can support the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in low and middle-income countries.

Chair:

Professor Beate Kampmann
Professor of Paediatric Infection & Immunity
Director, The Vaccine Centre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Speakers:

Ms Julie Collins
Research Fellow in Public Health, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Public Health England, United Kingdom

Dr Mohammed Abdulaziz
Head, Division of Disease Control and Prevention, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention

Ms Chioma Dan-Nwafor
Epidemiologist, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control /Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention

Visit: https://uk-phrst.tghn.org/
Visit: https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/research/centres/vaccine-centre

Sep 22, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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