View the interview with Dr. Hinman here.
The A coordinated set of activities that targets resources to achieve a specific health goal or goals and is typically time-limited. The ability of a campaign to achieve specific objectives related to coverage, equity, efficiency and impact Coalition is proud to announce Global Perspectives, a new video series that interviews key actors in the global health field on their opinions and viewpoints regarding current health trends and practices. This month, the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition sits down with Dr. Alan Hinman to discuss changing attitudes toward campaign integration, vaccine hesitancy, and the (i) The total, direct and indirect, effects of a programme, service or institution on a health status and overall health and socio‐economic development. (ii) Positive or negative of COVID-19 on global health campaigns.
Dr. Hinman received his B.A. from Cornell University, M.D. from Western Reserve University, and M.P.H. from Harvard University. Since 1965 he has been involved in public health programs at the state, national, and international levels, primarily working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At CDC he served as Director of the Immunization Division (1977-1988) and the National Center for Prevention Services (1988-1995). In addition, he has worked for the State Health Departments of New York and Tennessee.
Dr. Hinman retired from the U.S. Public Health Service in July 1996, having attained the rank of Assistant Surgeon General, and joined the staff of The Task Force for Global Health. He has authored or co-authored more than 400 publications. He has served on the Board of Gavi and the Vaccine Alliance, as well as Chairing a WHO Advisory Committee. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Global Health and Epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University. For the past three years, he has served as a consultant to multiple Task Force programs, including the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition.