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About ImmunizationEconomics.org

ImmunizationEconomics.org is a resource for organizations and individuals involved in the field of immunization economics. The site was originally created in 2015 as part of the EPIC project with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and has key collaborators from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, ThinkWell, and Results for Development.

ImmunizationEconomics.org has three central aims:

  1. To create a global community of practice consisting of experts in the field of immunization economics and policymakers interested in evidence-based immunization policy.
  2. To keep the community of practice up to date with the latest developments in research on immunization value, costing, financing, and efficiency via our web platform and newsletters.
  3. To encourage collaboration on projects that generate rigorous new evidence in immunization economics, and on projects to identify best practices in associated research methodologies and policy implementation.

Visitors to ImmunizationEconomics.org can submit new information related to immunization economics. We will review submissions to assess their appropriateness for dissemination through the website and newsletter.

The community of practice is open to all who are interested in receiving the ImmunizationEconomics.org newsletter. Organizations interested in contributing to the website or newsletter should contact us here. Together, we can achieve our common goal of furthering the field of immunization economics research and informing policies for improved implementation of immunization programs.

 
 

We are a community of practice comprised of researchers, Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) managers, public-health practitioners, and other stakeholders. We are interested in the collection and analysis of data and the dissemination and application of evidence regarding the value, costing, financing, and efficiency of immunization programs.

A broad community of practice facilitates the exchange of information and enables new approaches to collecting economic information and using it to improve vaccine delivery. To date, our community has more than 500 members from more than 140 organizations involved in immunization programs across the globe.

 

above: Selected Immunization Economics Community of Practice members' institution logo. Logo release form for participating CoP members can be found here