Vaccination against COVID-19 is the main tool for bringing the world out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mandatory vaccination has been debated as a strategy to get high vaccination coverage and protect individuals in certain settings.
This webinar will consider the policy, behavioural, ethical and epidemiological aspects of mandating COVID-19 vaccination.
In this webinar:
• find out what vaccination mandates are, who they may be used for and how they could be delivered
• hear about the governance and political aspects of vaccination mandates
• hear about epidemiological, behavioural and social considerations of mandates, including effectiveness
• hear about ethical considerations of vaccine mandates for adults
• contribute to the discussion about the ethics, politics, and practicalities of mandating vaccination.
- Dr Katie Attwell
- Associate Professor James Wood
- Professor Julie Leask
- Dr Jane Williams
- Associate Professor Margie Danchin (Chair)