Data, bots and drones: can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisation

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Sinclair, David
International Longevity Centre - UK
Date of publication
30 April 2019
Health Services, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Older Adults
Social welfare
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Through the use of big data, the sharing economy and AI amongst others, technology could play a major role in overcoming some of the barriers to the uptake of adult vaccinations.

While growing anti-vaccination sentiments have been impacting on immunisation uptake across the globe, a 'fightback' has begun with pro-science doctors and healthcare organisations developing a more savvy online presence and better content to respond to the anti-vaccination movement.

This report highlights some of the ways in which technology is already being developed to break down the barriers to vaccination.

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