Wellcome Global Monitor – How does the world feel about science and health?
Wellcome Global Monitor is the first study of public attitudes to science and health on a global scale, conducting nationally representative surveys of people aged 15 years or older in over 140 countries. We spoke directly to over 140,000 people around the world. The survey covers topics such as whether people trust science, scientists, and information about health, the levels of understanding and interest in science and health, the benefits of science, the compatibility of religion and science, and attitudes to vaccines. The report explores how attitudes vary by characteristics such as nationality, gender, income, and education. It is the first time international and regional differences in attitudes have been studied at this level of detail.
Date Published: 19th June 2019
Report Author/s: The Wellcome Global Monitor Project Team
Organisation/s : Wellcome Trust
Topic: Public attitudes to health
Type of Report: Survey
Keywords: Attitudes, Confidence, Health, Health Professionals, Hospital, Religion, Science, Vaccination
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