HPRU in Immunisation: PhD Student Showcase
During this showcase, PhD students from the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Vaccines & Immunisation will showcase some of their research findings, with the opportunity for questions from the audience.
The HPRU aims to:
- reverse the decline in immunisation coverage in children
- increase vaccine uptake in adults, and
- reduce inequalities in the vaccine service.
- Should England introduce a universal chicken pox vaccine? Modelling and health economic results – Lauren Adams, University of Cambridge
- Socioeconomically disadvantaged parents' experiences of accessing childhood vaccination services in England from birth to age 1: emerging findings from a qualitative longitudinal cohort study – Georgia Chisnall, LSHTM
- Advancing methods to account for biases in observational vaccine effectiveness research – Sophie Graham, LSHTM
- Modelling the impact of COVID-19 vaccine distribution on health inequality across deprivation quintiles in England. – Ciara McCarthy, LSHTM
- Exploring childhood immunisation among Nigerian migrant families in South London: A critical look at ‘vaccine hesitancy’. – Oyinkansola Ojo-Aromokudu, LSHTM
- Understanding the association between maternal mental health and vaccine uptake and timeliness in early childhood – Anne Suffel, LSHTM
Professor Anthony Scott, Director of the HPRU in Immunisation
- Lauren Adams, University of Cambridge
- Georgia Chisnall, LSHTM
- Sophie Graham, LSHTM
- Ciara McCarthy, LSHTM
- Oyinkansola Ojo-Aromokudu, LSHTM
- Anne Suffel, LSHTM
- Please note that you can join this event in person or you can join the session remotely
Free and open to all. No registration required.