Follow the progress of the European Joint Action on Vaccination and consult publications and public deliverables published throughout the project.

Public Deliverables

Deliverable D8.1 – Vaccine hesitancy and uptake. From research and practices to implementation

This report presents the results of the work done in the EU Joint Action on Vaccination (EU-JAV) Work Package 8 (WP8) task 8.1. The aim of task 8.1 is to develop a systematic overview and analysis of the current situation of activities related to vaccine hesitancy and uptake, including best practices and lessons learned in the Member States and their regions. This report has been written by the EU-JAV team at the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) leading this work in the EU-JAV.

 

Deliverable D7.1.1 First annual list of research priorities on vaccination

The following deliverable is part of Work package 7 – task 7.1.2 of EU-JAV which aims to set up the first annual list of research priorities on vaccination. It was made by Inserm.

Deliverable D5.3 – Report on standardized estimations of vaccine coverage

The following deliverable is part of Work package 5 – task 5.3 (WP5.2) of EU-JAV which aims to establish common methodological guidelines, data structure and criteria for standardized assessment of vaccination coverage. It was made by Statens Serum Institut (SSI).

 

 

 

 

Deliverable D7.1 Guidelines/Best practices to establish priorities for vaccine and vaccination research to increase vaccination coverage

The following deliverable is part of Work package 7 – task 7.1 (WP7.1) of EU-JAV which aims to define and apply a concept framework for decision-making on research priorities for an agreed subset of vaccines. It was made by Inserm.

 

 

Deliverable D3.2 – Midterm Evaluation Report

The following deliverable is part of Work package 3 – task 3.2 of EU-JAV which aims to evaluate the process of the work packages (WP), as well as program meetings. It was made by Folkhälsomyndigheten.

Deliverable D6.5 – Report on Possibilities, Gaps and Options for Concept Analysis

The following deliverable is part of Work package 6 – task 6.2 of EU-JAV which aims to understand if a virtual stockpile-monitoring tool or other type of rapid exchange mechanism could be useful and if such a tool should be restricted to specific vaccines only to secure public health and national security. It was made by Folkehelseinstituttet.

Deliverable D.6.1. – Report on previous experiences with vaccine shortages in EU countries (and non-EU consortium member countries), and responses at national and European levels

This deliverable is part of the Work package 6, task 6.1 and consists on the creation of a report on previous experiences with vaccine shortages in EU countries (and non-EU consortium member countries), and responses at national and European levels. It was made by Istituto Superiore di Sanita (ISS)

 

Deliverable D6.4 – Report on the anticipated needs to ensure sufficient size of supply and stockpiles, including their sustainability

This deliverable is part of the Work package 6 for the task 6.2 and consists on the creation of a report on the anticipated needs to ensure sufficient size
and supply and stockpiles, including their sustainability. It was made by Folkehelseinstituttet (FHI)

 

 

Deliverable D2.2 – Leaflet

This leaflet aims to summarize the project and make it understandable for everyone. It is also a communication toolkit to disseminate the project to a large public and in every events we are involved into. To download it, please click on the image.

Deliverable 3.1 – Evaluation plan

The Evaluation plan describes the objectives and targets of the Joint Action on Vaccination, as well as the methodology, indicators and time plan to be used in the evaluation of the Joint Action on Vaccination.