Caroline Trotter

Dr Caroline Trotter is a researcher at the University of Cambridge, specialising in the evaluation of vaccination programmes. Vaccines are one of the most cost-effective investments in health and development in history. This talk will examine how vaccines have been used to promote global health. The experiences of Japan and the UK will be contrasted with low-income countries. Common challenges in delivering vaccines and maintaining vaccine confidence will be discussed.


Hideyuki Miyahara, General Coordinator


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