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4.05 Safety and efficacy (Chair: Rajeka Lazarus, University Hospital of Bristol and Weston)
– Susanne Hodgson (Oxford University)
– Ben Goldacre (Nuffield Department of Primary Care and Health Sciences
– Peter Doshi (University of Maryland/The BMJ)
4.35 Dose schedule (Chair: Adam Finn, JCVI, University of Bristol)
– Richard Malley (Boston Children’s Hospital)
4.50 Equity and obstacles to vaccine distribution and reach (Chair: Allyson Pollock)
– Carlos Correa (Intergovernmental South Centre)
– Priti Patnaik (Geneva Health Files)
– David Himmelstein (City University, New York)
5.20 Possible futures: panel (Chair: George Davey Smith)
– Chadi Saad-Roy & Caroline Wagner (Princeton University)
– Sheila Bird (University of Aberdeen)
5.45 Discussion/Q&A (Chair: Phil Hammond)
6.00 Close (George Davey Smith, Bristol)
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