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In this blog, SSHAP researchers reflect on their collaborative and participatory methods used to better understand vaccine hesitancy among youth…
This is a case study about vaccine engagement among youth in Cleveland, Ohio. It forms part of a British Academy-funded research on vaccine uptake in the US and the UK.
This brief illustrates underlying reasons shaping COVID-19 vaccine attitudes among minority (especially Black and Latinx) youth (ages 12-18) and offers key considerations for how young people can be better engaged within Cleveland, Ohio.
Prioritizing Health: A Human Rights Analysis of Disaster, Vulnerability, and Urbanization in New Orleans and Port-au-Prince
Climate change prompts increased urbanization and vulnerability to natural hazards. Urbanization processes are relevant to a right to health analysis of natural hazards because they can exacerbate pre-disaster inequalities that create vulnerability. The 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince and the 2005…