Press Releases, Perspectives From Our Experts, and Ariadne Labs in the News
May 6, 2021 To help increase public confidence in being vaccinated against COVID-19, Ariadne Labs, a joint center for health system innovation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, today released the COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Toolkit. The toolkit – available in a free download here – is designed to support… Continue reading New Ariadne Labs Toolkit for Providers Aims to Boost Patients’ Confidence in the COVID-19 Vaccine
Drs. Asaf Bitton and Rebecca Weintraub offer guidance on expediting plans to vaccinate children.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub outlines the need for global coordination to distribute COVID-19 vaccines and save lives.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub on COVID-19 variants and vaccines in India.
Dr. Daniela Lamas on what she’ll keep doing after the pandemic, along with 11 others.
Dr. Atul Gawande on the coronavirus crisis in India
Ariadne Labs’ Serious Illness Care Program aims to make compassionate, clear conversations about patients’ priorities, values, and goals for care accessible to all patients and clinicians. The program centers on the Serious Illness Conversation Guide, a tool to guide clinicians in conducting effective conversations with patients, and provides the implementation support needed for systems to… Continue reading Community of Practice Ambassadors Share Their Support for Serious Illness Conversations
New collaborative offers mass vaccination sites an essential network to support 200 million vaccinations in 100 days BOSTON, Mass, April 20, 2021/ Ariadne Labs has launched the Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative to facilitate a rapid information exchange in order to broaden the impact of and safely deliver more COVID-19 vaccinations globally. The collaborative currently… Continue reading Ariadne Labs Launches Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative
Harald Schmidt and Rebecca Weintraub pen an op-ed for the Boston Globe on open access to vaccinations.
Drs. Evan Benjamin and June-Ho Kim on strategies to combat vaccine hesitancy.