Inscrivez-vous à la conférence du VARN2023
Les inscriptions à la conférence VARN2023 sont ouvertes du 23 janvier 2023 au 12 mai 2023.
Register today for the VARN2023 conference from June 13-15, 2023, in Bangkok, Thailand.
Health for All Ages: Life-course immunization
The benefits of a life-course immunization approach for reaching zero dose-adults, children, and promoting vaccine equity worldwide.
Appel de Résumés VARN2023
La période de soumission des résumés pour les présentations est maintenant fermée.
World Refugee Day 2022 Q & A with Silas Ayako
Silas Ayako, Project Clinical Officer, Protection of Refugees and Asylum Seekers at Kenya Red Cross, joins us for a World Refugee Day Q & A.
Climate Change and Vaccines: What have we learned to tackle misinformation?
Rupali Limaye and Alexandra Michel share insights on the lessons learned from climate change communication that can be applied to vaccine acceptance.
VARN2022 Conference Report
Findings and insights from the Sabin Vaccine Institute’s inaugural VARN conference
Working Toward a Long Life for All with Dr. Ashmita Gupta and Dr. Salvia Zeeshan!
Join us for a World Immunization Week conversation with a 2021-2022 Sabin Social and Behavioral Research Grant recipient team based in India!
Keeping Vaccination in the Conversation
Our work to elevate vaccine access, equity, and acceptance on the global stage
Key Insights from Sabin 2020-2021 Grant Partners Inform Action, Investment in Vaccine Acceptance
This case study report summarizes commonalities across the effective interventions and highlights the emerging themes and community action.
Community-led Strategies to Aid Vaccine Acceptance: Five Case Studies from the Global South
This initial case-study report informs action and investment around the globe that seek to build more vaccine confident communities.
COVID-19 Vaccination Field Guide: 12 Strategies for Your Community
This field guide published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) outlines 12 intervention strategies to increase COVID-19 vaccine co
Focusing on Social Media/Messaging Strategies: Get to Know Two of Our 2021 Social and Behavioral Research Grant Partners
Two grant partners in Nigeria and India will conduct timely research pertaining to social media and messaging strategies supporting vaccine uptake.
Focusing on Marginalized Communities: Get to Know Five of Our 2021 Social and Behavioral Research Grant Partners
Projects are focused on understanding the barriers to vaccine acceptance amongst marginalized populations ranging from Central America to South Asia.
Focused on a Vaccine-Equitable Future: Get to Know Three of Our 2021 Social and Behavioral Research Grant Partners
Projects are located in Nairobi & Kiambu Counties, Kenya; Kathmandu and Sarlahi District, Nepal; and the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Bih...
Bringing the social into vaccination research: Community-led ethnography and trust-building in immunization programs in Sierra Leone
Vaccine hesitancy is a complex, contested social phenomenon and existing research highlights the multifaceted role of trust in strengthening vaccine.
Sabin’s New Director of Research Embraces Challenge of Global Vaccine Equity
Kate Hopkins reflects on how her previous work in sub-Saharan Africa prepared her to join Sabin in addressing vaccine acceptance and demand globally.
Sabin Welcomes 10 Partners to the 2021 Social and Behavioral Grants Program
Interdisciplinary teams will explore vaccine acceptance, uptake strategies and locally suitable solutions.
Data for action: achieving high uptake of COVID-19 vaccines: Interim Guidance
Understanding how people think, feel and act in relation to vaccination is vital to inform the development of strategies to generate acceptance and...
Misinformation, Society and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Ugandan Research Team To Study COVID-19 Misinformation in Buikwe District
Like much of the world, Uganda has been impacted by misinformation circulating about COVID-19 and the vaccines fighting the virus.
Misinformation, Society and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating COVID-19 Misinformation Among Disenfranchised Communities in Karachi, Pakistan
Around the world, conspiracy theories and misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines are circulating, which has the potential to impact the acceptance
Misinformation, Society and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 Misinformation on Childhood Immunization in Pakistan
As COVID-19 continues, the pandemic has complicated existing vaccination efforts across the globe.
Misinformation, Society and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Studying COVID-19 Misinformation Research and Intervention in Trans-Nzoia, Kenya
Misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted vaccination efforts in Trans-Nzoia country, Kenya, coupled with challenges to accessing...
Misinformation, Society and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring Misinformation and Community Barriers to Vaccine Acceptance in Mewat Region, India
Sabin’s Vaccine Acceptance and Demand initiative is proud to support a collaboration between Bal Umang Drishya Sanstha (BUDS) and ...
Sabin Vaccine Institute Funds Researchers to Investigate COVID-19 Misinformation, Design Solutions to Increase Vaccine Acceptance
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Sabin Vaccine Institute (Sabin) announced today that it has awarded grants to research teams in four countries to explore the..
WHO Operational guidance: Acceptance and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines
This document is part of a series of operational guidance modules developed to support WHO Member States in the European Region in preparing for...
COVID-19 Effects and Russian Disinformation Campaigns
The effects of the novel coronavirus and its related disease COVID-19 have been far reaching, touching American society and its Western partners’...
Decolonizing Risk Communication: Indigenous Responses to COVID-19 using Social Media
In this exploratory study, researchers examine how American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) governments and organizations are using social media...
A Global Survey of Potential Acceptance of a COVID-19 Vaccine
Several coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines are currently in human trials. In June 2020, we surveyed 13,426 people in 19 countries to...
Framework for Equitable Allocation of COVID-19 Vaccine
Approval, allocation, and distribution of one or more safe and effective coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines will be a remarkable...
The Militarisation of the COVID-19 Response in South Africa (#WitnessingCorona)
As medical anthropologists well versed in the social grammar of infectious disease, the global spread of the coronavirus has pressed us to the edges..
Correlates and Disparities of COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
To understand the correlates of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the American public and the reasons why individuals intend to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine.
Sabin Initiates Locally-Led Vaccination Acceptance Research Program In Uganda, India and Sierra Leone
Vaccines save millions of lives every year, but recent outbreaks demonstrate the tenuous nature of this achievement.
Theorizing (Vaccine) Refusal: Through the Looking Glass’
What goes on when people say no? How can we theorize refusal? In this essay I hope to show the value of casting refusal not only as an instance of...
Calling the Shots
A rich, multi-faceted examination into the attitudes and beliefs of parents who choose not to immunize their children.