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Briefings

6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management

This brief explains how social science can inform infodemiology by making it more attuned to different social, political and cultural contexts and to the relationships between people and formal institutions.
SSHAP
2020
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Evidence for contact tracing (CT) analyses from the DRC Ebola outbreaks

This presentation provides discussion and evidence on contract tracing, looking at the experience of Integrated, Multidisciplinary Outbreak Analytics (IMOA) in the DRC Ebola outbreaks.
UNICEF
2020
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Field Notes

Perceptions et Comportements Liés À Ebola

Résultats des études dans la province de l’Equateur auprès des communautés et du personnel de santé sur les perceptions et les comportements liés à Ebola.
The Cellule d'Analyse en Sciences Sociales (CASS)
2020
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Briefings

The Context of Équateur Province, DRC

Key considerations about the context of Équateur Province, including climate, infrastructure and politics.
SSHAP
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Briefings

Engaging Twa Communities in Équateur Province

Key socio-anthropological considerations regarding ‘indigenous communities’.
SSHAP
2018
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Briefings

Health-Seeking Behaviours in Équateur Province, DRC

Key socio-cultural considerations concerning health beliefs and health-seeking behaviour.
SSHAP
2018
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Evidence Reviews

Burial, Funeral and Mourning Practices in Équateur Province, DRC

Key socio-cultural considerations concerning events related to death, burial, funerals (rites or ceremonies), and mourning.
SSHAP
2018
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Evidence Reviews

Socio-­Cultural Considerations for Vaccine Introduction and Community Engagement

Key considerations and immediate recommendations, particularly for community engagement, in May 2018 for the Ebola outbreak in DRC.
SSHAP
2018