Safety experts discuss how to talk about safety

Communications / 09 November 2021

Anthony Cox from University of Birmingham and Daniel Salmon from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Vaccine Safety join the podcast to discuss vaccine safety communication.

With vaccine hesitancy on the rise and misinformation spreading like wildfire on social media, drug safety specialists can have a hard time knowing how to talk about side effects without affecting people’s trust in vaccinations. 

In the latest episode of the Drug Safety Matters podcast, Anthony Cox, reader in clinical pharmacy and drug safety at the University of Birmingham, and Daniel Salmon, director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, join host Federica Santoro to share their best advice for balanced and responsible vaccine safety communication.

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