Tag: vaccination

NEW FRAMEWORK MEASURES FAIRNESS WHEN DISTRIBUTING VACCINES

Blacksburg, VA, USA – When vaccines are in short supply, public health officials must decide who among the public should be protected against disease – a decision that can hold moral and ethical implications. In order to avoid such concerns,

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Bayesian Methods Can Help To Bring Science Closer To Policy

Nijmegen, The Netherlands – A gap often exists between the questions that policy-makers face and the answers that science provides. Typically, science offers bits and pieces of information that are, at best, partially relevant to the policy problem under consideration.

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