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Ms Oyinkansola Ojo-Aromokudu

MA(Hons) MPhil

Research Degree Student

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

I am a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Public Health and Policy at LSHTM. My project sits within the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Immunisation, a research partnership between LSHTM and Public Health England. My project looks at vaccination attitudes and behaviours in Black communities in the United Kingdom, with a view to informing the co-desgins of potential interventions to increase uptake.

I completed my MPhil in Health, Medicine and Society at the University of Cambridge in 2019 and specialised in the Philosophy and Ethics of Medicine. My thesis focused on 'off-label drug use' and the epistemic tensions it creates in Evidence-Based Medicine. An anthropologist by training, I recvieved my MA (Hons) in Social Anthropology from the University of St Andrews, in 2018 where I focused on the Anthropology of Migration.

 

Affiliations

Department of Global Health and Development
Faculty of Public Health and Policy

Centres

Vaccine Centre

Research

Research Area
Health care policy
Health outcomes
Health policy
Public health
Vaccines
Health workers
Behaviour change
Equity
Ethnography
Inequalities
Migration
Discipline
Anthropology
Policy analysis
Social Sciences
Vaccinology
Country
United Kingdom

Selected Publications

COVID-19 vaccination beliefs, attitudes, and behaviours among health and social care workers in the UK: A mixed-methods study.
Bell S; Clarke RM; Ismail SA; Ojo-Aromokudu O; Naqvi H; Coghill Y; Donovan H; Letley L; Paterson P; Mounier-Jack S
2022
PloS One
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