Evaluation of the Liverpool COVID-19 Vaccination Promotion Programme: Final Report for the Champs Public Health Collaborative and Liverpool City Council

AXEL KAEHNE*, JULIE FEATHER, Evangelos Kontopantelis, LOUISE ROBERTS

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Abstract

The Champs Public Health Collaborative, led by Cheshire and Merseyside’s nine Directors of Public Health in partnership with Liverpool City Council commissioned the Unit for Evaluation and Policy Analysis (EPA) at Edge Hill University, in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Manchester to conduct an evaluation of the Liverpool COVID-19 Vaccination Promotion pilot. The pilot was developed and implemented by Liverpool City Council in partnership with the Champs Public Health Collaborative as part of a wider programme of COVID-19 vaccination promotion work.

The aims of the evaluation were to:
• Assess the impact of the programme on vaccine inequalities
• Identify factors influencing vaccine inequalities
• Determine which approaches in vaccine tracing calls work and for whom
• Produce shared learning that can be utilised by other vaccine tracing approaches regionally and nationally
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOrmskirk
PublisherEdge Hill University
Number of pages41
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jan 2023

Keywords

  • Evaluation
  • Public health
  • Vaccine tracing
  • Vaccine hesitancy

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