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Study in Africa about COVID-19

  • Global Health
  • Zush. The bird of Africa bis, 1977

    Understanding what relationship exists between perceptions about COVID-19, COVID-19 vaccines, the social imaginary and collective epidemiological memory (e.g. experiences lived in relation to previous epidemics, such as the Ebola epidemic) is essential to formulate public health strategies and policies appropriate to the context. To date, there are no studies of this type, so the results will provide very relevant information and can be extrapolated to other similar contexts in the region.

    Study setting and context: The study will be conducted in Sierra Leone, in the three districts (Port Loko, Bombali and Tonkolili) where ISGlobal is conducting the ICARIA clinical trial in collaboration with the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Sierra Leone. Leona (College of Medicine and Alliance Health Sciences – COMAHS USL) and the support of the country’s Ministry of Health.

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    Notícia ISGLOBAL

    New Project Will Study Relationship Between Perceptions of COVID-19 Vaccines and Impact on Health-Seeking Behaviours in Sierra Leone

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    Notícia ISGLOBAL

    New Project Will Study Relationship Between Perceptions of COVID-19 Vaccines and Impact on Health-Seeking Behaviours in Sierra Leone

    ISGLOBAL