Dr Eve Dubé | Researcher, Quebec National Institute of Public Health; Invited professor,
Universite Laval

Dr Eve Dubé, Researcher, Quebec National Institute of Public Health; Invited professor,, Universite Laval

Eve Dubé is a medical anthropologist working at Quebec National Institute of Public Health. She is also a researcher at the Research Center of the CHU de Québec-Université Laval and an invited professor in the Anthropology Department at Laval University. Her research focuses on the socio-cultural field surrounding immunization. She is particularly interested in vaccine hesitancy and how to address it. She is leading the Social Sciences and Humanities Network of the Canadian Immunization Research Network (http://cirnetwork.ca).

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West Coast Day 1 @ 08:30

Addressing the epidemic of misinformation

  • What are the key drivers of hesitancy to vaccinate?
    • Complacency, convenience and confidence
  • What works in tackling misinformation and building trust?
    • E.g. what steps are being taken to counteract sophisticated social media campaigns of parent groups?
  • What responsibility do public health and education authorities have and how can companies get involved?
last published: 22/Nov/18 11:45 GMT

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