VARN 2023 Conference
Sabin is excited to announce the 2nd annual Vaccination Acceptance Research Network Conference.
June 13-15, 2023 | Bangkok, Thailand
2nd Annual conference of the VACCINATION ACCEPTANCE RESEARCH NETWORK
June 13-15 | Bangkok Thailand
VARN2023 will be hosted and sponsored jointly with UNICEF. This meeting will be an open, in-person event with facilitation of virtual presentations, as needed. Conference sessions will provide a space for exploration and facilitate the wide dissemination of a growing body of knowledge, practice, and evidence-informed strategies for driving action across the vaccination acceptance and demand ecosystem. A ‘post-live’ publishing of recorded sessions will be made available to all registrants on the conferencing website.
In 2022, Sabin’s inaugural VARN conference and the UNICEF-affiliated COVID-19 global demand event brought together over 1500 global experts as registered attendees across 126 countries. Participants represented diverse disciplines including global health and policy, research and academia, and healthcare and health communications.
Watch this space for the upcoming speaker announcements and agenda and explore the VARN2022 conference report and recordings for insights from last year’s convening.
Sabin and UNICEF invite the submission of both research-based and measurable, practice-based abstracts depicting either completed work or ongoing projects to be completed by June 2023. Abstracts should fall within one of the abstract focus areas. We will prioritize submissions from investigators and professionals in low- and middle-income countries and welcome evidence-based case studies and abstracts on intervention-based research and practice. These submissions will shape and facilitate presentations and panel discussions designed to inform the real-time challenges and efforts of local, national, regional, and global community actors in attendance. Abstracts will be accepted in English and French.
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