On June 17th, The Lancet featured the evidence-based art exhibition, <Immune Nations>, in an article titled "Exhibition: the art of immunisation". <Immune Nations>, which was recently showcased at the UNAIDS headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, aims to provoke discussion about the constructive role that art can play in global political discourse around life-saving vaccines, and brings attention to these debates and the often-complex emotional states that surround them. The article explains that "<Immune Nations> highlights the potential of collaborative artistic expression to provoke fresh questions of some of global health’s most enduring challenges." Read more on <Immune Nations> here, and read The Lancet's article here.
June 17, 2017