OECD Forum Virtual Event: Communicating on public health and vaccines in a climate of mis/disinformation

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed nearly every aspect of our lives. Unprecedented lockdown measures have put our resilience and mental health to the test, social distancing practices have reconfigured spatial relations, school closures have exposed inequalities across communities and business shutdowns have disrupted economic activities.

As part of an OECD Forum series, the virtual event Communicating on public health and vaccines in a climate of mis/disinformation ​took place on Thursday, 19 November: Watch the replay!
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Vaccination in Popular Culture and the Arts

The rate of ideas shared in today's panel was exhilarating. I'm a research-creation PhD candidate exploring the use of science fiction to help young people understand vaccine science, hesitancy and denialism (https://www.alisonhumphrey.com/search/label/Shadowpox).Is anyone else interested in how popular culture and the arts can enlarge and deepen this conversation?