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1 +[[(% class="wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink" %)**Click here to view webinar presentation slides. **>>attach:Final NIAW_April27.pdf||rel="__blank"]]
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2 -[[(% class="wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink" %)**Click here to view webinar presentation slides. **>>attach:Final NIAW_April27.pdf||rel="__blank"]]
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6 6  **Dr. Ève Dubé**
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8 -Ève Dubé is a medical anthropologist. She is affiliated with Quebec National Institute of Public Health in Quebec, Canada. She is a research scientist at the Research Center of the CHU Québec and an invited professor in the Department of Anthropology at Laval University.Her research program focuses on the sociocultural determinants of vaccination. She is the lead investigator of the Social Sciences and Humanities Network of the Canadian Immunization Research Network. She is interested in how to enhance vaccine acceptance and uptake and she is leading different projects around this issue. She sits on a number of committees as an experton vaccine acceptance and hesitancy. She was a member of the World Health Organization working group on vaccine hesitancy.
8 +Ève Dubé is a medical anthropologist. She is affiliated with Quebec National Institute of Public Health in Quebec, Canada. She is a research scientist at the Research Center of the CHU Québec and an invited professor in the Department of Anthropology at Laval University. Her research program focuses on the sociocultural determinants of vaccination. She is the lead investigator of the Social Sciences and Humanities Network of the Canadian Immunization Research Network. She is interested in how to enhance vaccine acceptance and uptake and she is leading different projects around this issue. She sits on a number of committees as an expert on vaccine acceptance and hesitancy. She was a member of the World Health Organization working group on vaccine hesitancy.
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11 -[[(% class="wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink" %)**Click here to download the webinar participation certificate.**>>attach:Webinar Participation Certificate (13).pdf]]
11 +[[(% class="wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink wikiattachmentlink" %)**Click here to download the webinar participation certificate.**>>attach:Webinar Participation Certificate (13).pdf]]