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280. Jonathan Pugh, Dominic Wilkinson, etc., Vaccine suspension, risk, and precaution in a pandemic, 2022.03.16, In early 2021, cases of rare adverse events were observed in individuals who had received the Astra Zeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Countries around the world differed radically in their policy responses to these observations. In this paper, we outline the ethical justification for different policy approaches for managing the emerging risks of novel vaccines in a pandemic.

279. Julio Frenk, Lincoln C Chen, etc., Challenges and opportunities for educating health professionals after the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022.10.29, The review lists institutional and instructional reforms to assess what has happened to health-professional education since the publication of the Lancet Commission and how the COVID-19 pandemic altered the education process.

278. Rubina Qasim, Hakim Shah, etc., Exploring the beliefs and experiences with regard to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and acceptance in a slum of Karachi, Pakistan, 2022.10.27, This study explored the beliefs and experiences of the COVID-19 vaccine, including hesitancy and acceptance toward vaccinations, in a slum of Karachi, Pakistan. The findings of this study highlight that hesitancy was linked to personal belief systems, vaccine mistrust and public perceptions. In contrast, vaccine acceptance was linked to knowledge and awareness about the vaccine and trusted sources of information.

277. Pablo Cabrera-Álvarez, Matthew J Hornsey, Josep Lobera, Determinants of self-reported adherence to COVID-19 regulations in Spain: social norms, trust and risk perception, 2022.10.27, The current study drew on a large, representative sample of Spanish nationals to compare the extent to which various psychological factors predicted adherence to COVID-19 regulations.

276. David O Freedman, Air Travel and SARS-CoV-2: Many Remaining Knowledge Gaps, 2022.10.27, Given the unknown role of so many internal and external variables in the 3rd pandemic year, standardized guidelines for conducting and reporting future studies of transmission on aircraft should be developed.

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