IRIS Academic Research Group

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Fighting misinformation online 2022: Ideas exchange

28 June 2022, Prague / Online (Hybrid)

This event is hosted by Google, YouTube, the European University Institute, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It aims to continue the debate, and solutions focus, around tackling mis- and disinformation. Dr Jon Roozenbeek will will present as part of a panel to address the question: “Is prebunking the vital tool we all need to tackle misinformation?”

Global Health Security 2022

Singapore, 28 June – 1 July 2022

The program will bring together leading researchers, policy makers and world leaders – you can follow its development @GHS_Conf #GHS2022

Dr Elena Savoia, Asst Prof Fabiana Zollo, Dr Marco Delmastro & Dr Rachael Piltch-Loeb will be leading workshops and panel discussions.

World Health Summit Regional Meeting 2022

Italy, Rome, 15-17 June 2022

On 16 June (Day 2), Prof Heidi Larson, Director of The Vaccine Confidence Project at LSHTM, will deliver a keynote on “Building Societal Cooperation and Cohesion: The next Big Global Health Challenge”.
As part of this, she will discuss some of the work being done by the IRIS Academic Research Group. #WHSRome2022

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The IRIS Academic Research Group has a vision to bring methodological innovation in the space of health misinformation and jointly develop solutions, best-practice and international standards that will help to build vaccine confidence and address misinformation.
Director of The Vaccine Confidence Project, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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