Dr. Wagner’s research is targeted towards evidence-based programs and policies that work toward the control of a broad range of vaccine-preventable diseases. The long-term goals of Dr. Wagner’s research agenda are to characterize the pathways between public health messaging and the incidence of vaccine-preventable diseases. This research will ask questions such as: how can public health messaging impact vaccine hesitancy and, in turn, vaccination uptake (including dimensions such as the timing and scheduling of various vaccines)? And then how does the scheduling of vaccination within a population affect the incidence of both vaccine-preventable diseases and all-cause infectious disease morbidity within the community?
Details of the talk are as follows:
Date: 21st of February 2020 (Friday)
Time: 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 2, KA Block UTAR Sg. Long Campus
Registration for the talk is free.
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