Boost Webinar: Infodemiology in Practice

November 12, 2020

Infodemiology in Practice
12 November, 2020
7:00-98:30 AM EDT / 1-2:30 PM CEST / 2:00-3:30 PM EAST 

Presented by
Sabin Vaccine Institute, UNICEF and the Boost Community

As part two of a three-part webinar series:
Vaccination Misinformation Control and Prevention

Please join Sabin and UNICEF for an interactive webinar: Infodemiology in Practice. Hosted by the Sabin Boost Community, this event is targeted towards strategies for immunization professionals to manage vaccination misinformation. Sign up now.

Join panelists for a discussion on the emerging field of infodemiology and practical understanding of rumors, stigma and conspiracy theories as they pertain to vaccines. This webinar will feature illustrative case studies based on the ongoing work of Dr. Claire Wardle, Director and Founder of First Draft News to address misinformation, and insights from Md Saiful Islam, Associate Scientist at icddr,b and co-author of a global social media analysis on the COVID-19 Infodemic.

 

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