COVID-19 and vaccine hesitancy: Media round-up

The Psychological Society of Ireland have issued a report on vaccine hesitancy, Maximising the Benefit of a COVID-19 Vaccine: Getting the Psychology Right. I was part of the group that produced the report, which seeks to explain how psychological barriers to vaccine uptake can best be overcome.

The report was released this week, and has attracted positive media attention. Below are some links to interviews that I gave over the last few days.

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Here I am being speaking about the report on the News At One on RTÉ Radio 1:

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I also spoke at length to Galway Talks on Galway Bay FM:

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Here I am in Wednesday’s Irish Independent speaking about the need to get vaccine roll-out right (paywall):
With just one chance to get it right – what are the challenges for Ireland’s Covid vaccine drive?

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The Irish Independent quoted me again on Thursday in this article on challenges with vaccine distribution (paywall):
Vaccine roll out: How problems from super cooling to scepticism will have to be solved

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And here I am speaking to the Sunday World:
COVID CONCERN: Thousands may be told they cannot have new Covid-19 vaccine due to allergic reaction risk

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ExBulletin: Vaccine Deployment: How it Needs to Solve Problems From Supercooling to Skepticism

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Connacht Tribune: NUI Galway Professor Says Psychology Key To Successful Vaccine Roll Out

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Psychological Society of Ireland press release: Maximising the Benefits of a COVID-19 Vaccine: Getting the Psychology Right

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I will update this page with other bits and pieces as they appear.

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