How to improve vaccination uptake among patients with chronic conditions across Europe? – Launch of ILC report


On 3 February, the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) launched its latest report, Hitting new heights: Improving vaccination uptake among patients with chronic conditions across Europe, produced in partnership with the Coalition for Life-course Immunisation (CLCI).

At this event, ILC and CLCI shared their new findings and recommendations on how to improve routine vaccination uptake among Europeans living with chronic medical conditions. The event was chaired by Dr Daphné Holt (Chair, CLCI), and the panel who responded to the findings included:

  • MEP Cyrus Engerer (Member, Parliamentary Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety)
  • François Houÿez (Treatment Information and Access Director & Health Policy Advisor, European Organisation for Rare Diseases)
  • Mariano Votta (Director, Active Citizenship Network)
  • Sibilia Quilici (Executive Director, Vaccines Europe)
  • Susanna Palkonen (Director, European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases Patients’ Associations)
  • Patrick Swain (Research and Projects Officer, ILC and report author)

The final report can be accessed on ILC’s website here

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