Using social science methods to support the prevention and control of infectious diseases in Europe: results from the SONAR-Global project
The aim of the side session is to raise awareness about social science methods that can be used to prevent and control infectious diseases in Europe.
Date: 17 November 2021
Time: 12:00- 13.00 CET
Welcome and contextualization by the moderator John Paget (Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (Nivel), Utrecht)
- The use of social science methods to prevent and control infectious diseases in Europe: where we are now and where do we want to be in the future?, John Kinsman (ECDC)
- The SONAR-Global project: Mobilising the Social Sciences Against Infectious Diseases, Tamara Giles-Vernick (presented by John Paget)
- Insights from Vulnerability Assessments: The Cities Changing Diabetes Programme and Sonar-Global, Anna-Maria Volkmann (University College London)
- Vulnerability and Resilience: Vulnerability Assessments and their Applications, Prof David Napier Volkmann (University College London)
- Applying social science to infectious disease outbreaks beyond Europe, Ruth Kutalek (Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria)
General discussion and conclusions.