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COVID-19 vaccinations at work: rights, responsibilities and relationships

COVID-19 vaccinations at work: rights, responsibilities and relationships

Update: 2021-06-06
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Sex, religion and politics have long been hot button topics at work. But in 2021 we can now add another. Vaccinations. So how do we talk about the COVID-19 jab without coming to blows?

GUESTS:
Dr Norman Swan host of the Health Report and co-host of Coronacast.

Professor Julie Leask, social scientist specialising in vaccination uptake, programs and policy. She is a visiting fellow, National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, University of Sydney

Distinguished Professor Richard Osborne, epidemiologist and director of the Centre for Global Health and Equity at Swinburne University of Technology

Michael Byrnes, employment, workplace relations and safety specialist, Swaab Lawyers

Thanks also our voices of the people: musician Emily, paramedic Phil, and tertiary educator, Francesca.


Producer: Maria Tickle
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COVID-19 vaccinations at work: rights, responsibilities and relationships

COVID-19 vaccinations at work: rights, responsibilities and relationships