This week’s Vaccine Mis/Disinformation report focuses on the social media conversations drivenby vaccine mandates,”medical apartheid”, misinformation, mistrust and the potential of a 4thwave. Read full report
This is a weekly report of COVID & vaccine sentiment, rumours & misinformation in SA. Read full article
TACKLING VACCINE HESITANCY By Dr Juno Thomas Head of the Centre for Enteric Diseases Mental Health Matters, Volume 8, No 5 https://journals.co.za/doi/pdf/10.10520/ejc-menhm_v8_n5_a1 I was vaccinated in March 2021 during the healthcare worker vaccination rollout, and it was an unexpectedly emotive experience. I was excited beforehand; afterwards, I was comforted by the thought...
This week’s Vaccine Mis/Disinformation report focuses on the social media conversations driven by vaccine mandates, vaccine safety, and vaccine alternatives. Read full report
This is a weekly report of COVID & vaccine sentiment, rumours & misinformation in SA. Further info here Read full article
The first section of this week’s Vaccine Mis/Disinformation Report includes an analytics review and discusses proposed responses to several key content pieces.on report discusses the top topics of the week. The second part looks at the social media conversations driven largely by the vaccine enthusiasts segment of the Vaccine Trust Spectrum. Read full report
The first section of this week’s Vaccine Mis/Disinformation Report includes an analytics review and discusses proposed responses to several key content pieces. The second section examines the recent spike in volume among users located on the vaccine hesitant segment of the Vaccine Trust Spectrum. Read full report
Department Head of the Center for Analytics and Behavioral Change, Jesse Cann, joined Breakfast to give feedback on their latest findings regarding vaccine mis/disinformation. The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change is a non-profit organization that aims to effect positive change using social media analytics and dialogue Listen to the full interview
Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) MEDIA RELEASE CABC’s GBV Reflections Film is Loeries Bronze Winner! The CABC’s CAREZA – “Reflections” Gender Based Violence film has been announced as a Loeries.com Bronze Winner in the Online Film – above 30s category. The Reflections film is a Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) collaboration between Iron-Heart Agency and Patriot Films. Day One of the 2021 Loeries Creative Week...
An August 11th World Bank blog post written by an impressive group of experts in health and economics gathered a wealth of data produced over the last year to provide an explanation of the looming issue of vaccine hesitancy on the continent. Read full article