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The Social Science Unit at NCIRS has initiated an open access registry of Australian Covid-19 Vaccines Social Research.
The aim of the registry is to understand what social science projects related to COVID-19 vaccines in Australia are underway, and what may be needed to foster collaboration and reduce duplication of effort. This work is crucial to inform COVID-19 vaccines rollout, implementation and uptake.
Researchers who are planning or leading a COVID-19 vaccine social science project in Australia are invited to add their details to the list of projects.
Registry of COVID-19 social science projects in Australia more broadly (not a vaccine focus) is led by Professor Deborah Lupton from the UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health and Social Policy Research Centre.
Access the registry here
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