Summary
  • Time: 1-2pm BST
  • Date: Thursday 7 June 2018
  • Chair: Graham Rushbrook, Chair of the Behaviour Change SIG and Member of the Flu Vaccination Public Health Advisory Committee.
  • Speakers: Robbie Currie, Sexual Health Commissioner, London Borough of Bexley, Pauline Paterson, Research Fellow in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Co-director of The Vaccine Confidence Project and Ali Khalid, Student Doctor at the University of Cambridge.

Across the world countries have introduced legislation to mandate vaccination programmes, and in the UK the government is now encouraging new university and college students to vaccinate against measles. With this shift in thinking, now is the perfect time for the Young Health Movement to have their say on immunisation.

Do you think enforced legislation is the best way to facilitate vaccination uptake, or should the UK be using different strategies to shape attitudes? What policies and best practices would you like to see around vaccinations, and what more can be done to communicate health messages?

If you are part of the Young Health Movement, or a young person aged 14-24 and would like to put forward your views on immunisation, register to join our webinar.

To watch this webinar, please register below. 

 

For more information about the webinar, please email Olivia or call 020 7265 73784.

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