Real World Behavioural Science

CORONAVIRUS Mini-Series #8 (8th Dec) Behavioural Science to Increase Vaccine Uptake - Jim McManus, Wayne Bateman, Paul Chadwick

December 10, 2020 Stu King Season 1
Real World Behavioural Science
CORONAVIRUS Mini-Series #8 (8th Dec) Behavioural Science to Increase Vaccine Uptake - Jim McManus, Wayne Bateman, Paul Chadwick
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Real World Behavioural Science
CORONAVIRUS Mini-Series #8 (8th Dec) Behavioural Science to Increase Vaccine Uptake - Jim McManus, Wayne Bateman, Paul Chadwick
Dec 10, 2020 Season 1
Stu King

Recorded 8th December 2020.

Guests joining Stu King:
Professor Jim McManus - Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council & Vice President of the Association of Directors of Public Health.
Wayne Bateman - Behavioural Science Specialist in the Behaviour Change Unit at Hertfordshire County Council.
Dr Paul Chadwick -  Associate Professor and Deputy Director Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London & Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist.

Episode covers the release of the rapid response paper:
COVID-19 Vaccination: Reducing Vaccine Hesitancy - Review & Recommendations.

This is an incredibly important paper that Hertfordshire County Council will share widely to support the use of behavioural science in creating messaging to maximise uptake of the vaccine in the general population by supporting professionals across the system.
Click here for other Herts County Council COVD-19 Behavioural Sciences Resources.

At the time of recording, the vaccine is being rolled out to the most vulnerable & most exposed, however these groups can also be the most likely to be hesitant to uptake the vaccine due to information and time limitations.

Stu and guests discuss the content of the paper - research on increasing uptake methods, data on previous vaccinations in pandemics, barriers to uptake & surveys on current COVID vaccination hesitancy. It marries up barriers of complacency, confidence & convenience with behaviourally sound strategies to mitigate them. And provides easily digestible messages for Public Health teams to into quick action for local vaccine uptake.

The trio explain how the paper applies the COM-B model to vaccination hesitancy and recommends the EAR strategy when applying to communities: Engaging, Acknowledging and Responding accordingly for each approach and audience. The document is expected to develop over time, with input from the SAGE committee, for example.

Contacts:
Stu King: @Stu_King_Hh, LinkedIn & Stu's Blogs
Dr Paul Chadwick - @drpaulchadwick, LinkedIn, UCL Centre for Behavioural Change
Wayne Bateman - LinkedIn
Professor Jim McManus: @jimmcmanusph and on LinkedIn

Show Notes

Recorded 8th December 2020.

Guests joining Stu King:
Professor Jim McManus - Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council & Vice President of the Association of Directors of Public Health.
Wayne Bateman - Behavioural Science Specialist in the Behaviour Change Unit at Hertfordshire County Council.
Dr Paul Chadwick -  Associate Professor and Deputy Director Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London & Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist.

Episode covers the release of the rapid response paper:
COVID-19 Vaccination: Reducing Vaccine Hesitancy - Review & Recommendations.

This is an incredibly important paper that Hertfordshire County Council will share widely to support the use of behavioural science in creating messaging to maximise uptake of the vaccine in the general population by supporting professionals across the system.
Click here for other Herts County Council COVD-19 Behavioural Sciences Resources.

At the time of recording, the vaccine is being rolled out to the most vulnerable & most exposed, however these groups can also be the most likely to be hesitant to uptake the vaccine due to information and time limitations.

Stu and guests discuss the content of the paper - research on increasing uptake methods, data on previous vaccinations in pandemics, barriers to uptake & surveys on current COVID vaccination hesitancy. It marries up barriers of complacency, confidence & convenience with behaviourally sound strategies to mitigate them. And provides easily digestible messages for Public Health teams to into quick action for local vaccine uptake.

The trio explain how the paper applies the COM-B model to vaccination hesitancy and recommends the EAR strategy when applying to communities: Engaging, Acknowledging and Responding accordingly for each approach and audience. The document is expected to develop over time, with input from the SAGE committee, for example.

Contacts:
Stu King: @Stu_King_Hh, LinkedIn & Stu's Blogs
Dr Paul Chadwick - @drpaulchadwick, LinkedIn, UCL Centre for Behavioural Change
Wayne Bateman - LinkedIn
Professor Jim McManus: @jimmcmanusph and on LinkedIn