Have your say: How can new technology improve adult vaccination access and uptake?

From big data to blockchain, and gamification to AI and robotics, can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisations?

ILC-UK have today published a think piece which explores how technology is beginning to influence the delivery and uptake of adult vaccination.

This think piece, produced with support from Sanofi, will be used to encourage debate at a futures workshop being organised by ILC-UK on 26th June 2018 in Brussels.

If you want to join us in Brussels, (there are just a few spaces left), please register at:

Speakers in the workshop include:

  • Dr Isabel De La Mata Barranco, Principal Adviser for Health and Crisis Management, DG SANTE
  • Bogdan Wenta MEP, Elena Gentile MEP, and Julie Girling MEP, European Parliament
  • David Salisbury, Centre on Global Health Security, Chatham House, London

Speakers will also join us from: ILC-UK; Coalition for Life-Course Immunisation; European Institute of Women’s Health; Association of European Cancer Leagues EPHA European Liver Patients’ Association; Sanofi Pasteur; ZN Consulting; University of Pisa, Italy; and the Universidad Católica de Valencia, Spain.

A full agenda is available online at:

Have your say: Following the workshop, ILC-UK will produce a final report for launch in autumn 2018. If you can’t join us in Brussels, send your comments on the think piece to David Sinclair: