Dr Ben LI Kin-kit and his collaborators conducted a study to investigate Hong Kong nurses’ influenza vaccine uptake rate, their intention to have COVID-19 vaccine and the psychological underpinnings of their vaccine hesitancy.
A research team led by Professor Christine HUANG Yihui, Chair Professor of Communication and Media, conducted a poll to find out citizens’ willingness to get vaccinated and any correlation between their tendencies and backgrounds.
Date 5 May 2022 (Thursday) Time 3:30pm – 5pm (HKT) Format Zoom Meeting Registration Click here for registration. Speakers – Revisiting Collectivism during COVID-19: An East/West Comparison of Vaccination and Compliance Behaviours by Dr Edmund CHENG, Associate Professor, Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong – Where’s the Money From? Attitudes toward Donor Countries and Aid-Funded Public Health Programs in the Arab World (With Dr Renu SINGH) by Dr Scott WILLIAMSON, Assistant Professor, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Bocconi University – Public Support for Global Vaccine Distribution: Evidence from Germany, Italy, and the United States by Dr Renu SINGH, Scholar, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University Moderator: Dr Nicholas THOMAS, Department of Asian and International Studies, Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong Please click here to learn more about the biographies of speakers. Enquiries +852 3442-5843 / OH.firstname.lastname@example.org
CLASS collaborated with the Centre for Public Affairs and Law to examine residents from six regions about their attitudes towards vaccination, anti-pandemic measures, and information fatigue. The study was led by Dr Edmund CHENG from the Department of Public and International Affairs and Dr LIN Fen from the Department of Media and Communication.
A survey on their willingness to receive a booster shot and use a contact-tracing app was conducted by a research team led by Professor Christine Huang Yi-hui, Associate Dean (Faculty Development) of CityU’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and Chair Professor in the Department of Media and Communication.