Delivery of COVID-19 Booster and Paediatric Vaccines: Lessons from Malaysia, the Philippines and the United Kingdom
As COVID-19 vaccines continue to be deployed around the world, countries are now planning for and actively administering booster doses and vaccines for their paediatric populations. What has the experience been in different countries? What have been the successes and challenges?
Asian Development Bank, in partnership with the British Medical Journal, the UK Government’s Better Health Programme, and UK National Health Service (NHS), hosted a webinar with an expert panel of speakers from Malaysia, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom.
Watch the webinar recording here.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|18 Feb 2022||Opening||Introduction||Dr. Patrick L. Osewe, Chief of Health Sector Group, ADB|
|18 Feb 2022||Panel Discussion||Watch the Webinar Recording here.||
Dr. Ashley McKimm, Director of Partnership Development, BMJ, UK
|18 Feb 2022||Presentation||Malaysia||Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, Director General Health|
|18 Feb 2022||Presentation||Philippines||Myrna C. Cabotaje, Undersecretary of Health & Chief, National Vaccination Operations Center|
|18 Feb 2022||Presentation||The United Kingdom||Andrew Earnshaw, Head of the JCVI (Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation) Scientific Secretariat, UK Health Security Agency|
|18 Feb 2022||Presentation||The United Kingdom||Dr. Jonathan Leach OBE, Medical Director for COVID-19 Immunisation, NHS England, Associate Medical Director for Armed Forces and Veterans Health and General Practitioner Davenal House Surgery Bromsgrove|
|18 Feb 2022||Presentation||The United Kingdom||Dr. Harpreet Sood, Clinical Advisor for the COVID-19 Vaccine Programme; Non-Executive Director, Health Education England; General Practitioner|