(Transdisciplinary Action Research Against Vaccine Esitancy)
"An action-research to encourage an active and participatory
citizenship capable of supporting public reflection on vaccines"
Our Starting Point
Vaccine Hesitancy refers to delayed acceptance or refusal of vaccination despite the availability of vaccination services. Vaccine hesitancy is complex and context-specific, varying across time, places, and vaccines (Mac Donald, 2015).
TARAVH project aims to achieve 3 objectives:
The project is characterized by two levels:
Through our innovative portal, you can gather information in a pervasive and non-invasive manner, fully respecting GDPR regulations while preserving your privacy.
Thanks to the collected data, we have built a dynamic map of the psychological characteristics of the involved territories. This allows for monitoring vaccine hesitancy over time and space, and in relation to different types of diseases and vaccines.
At this point, a tailored communication strategy, dissemination, and public engagement will be employed based on the produced map to more effectively promote adherence to vaccination campaigns
Relation of the project with the Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe themes and with the thematic priorities of PNR 2021-2027
The project deals with the Pillar II “Global Challenges & European Industrial Competitiveness”, Cluster 1 “Health” and Cluster 2 “Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society" of Horizon Europe. Within the thematic priorities of PNR 2021-27, the project relates to the macro-issue “Health”.
Dr. Andrea Guazzini
PI - Dr.ssa Letizia Materassi
Dr. Patrizio Zanobini