• After Dark

    After Dark
 

Mix, mingle and have fun like a kid—without the kids

Join us after hours for exclusive adult-only programming. If you've ever wanted to explore our science centre with your friends and without the youngsters around, here's your chance. Our Science World After Dark adult evenings take place every 2 months, but we also host other adult events from time to time.

Check back often, or sign up for our Adult Evenings Newsletter, so you don't miss out!

Café Scientifique: Immunization Awareness

Immunization

Join us for discussion and dessert, as we explore common questions around immunization such as, "Why immunize?” “Aren't all those diseases gone?” “Are vaccines harmful?" We’ll hear from professionals who work in the areas of control and prevention of infectious disease, vaccine-preventable diseases, vaccine effectiveness and vaccine safety.

This is event will be rescheduled...stay tuned!
 

Expert Panelists

Monika Naus, MD, MHSc, FRCPC, FACPM
Medical Director, Immunization Programs and Vaccine Preventable Diseases Service, BC Centre for Disease Control
Associate Professor, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia

Dr Julie BettingerPhD, MPH
Investigator, Vaccine Evaluation Center, Child and Family Research Institute
Associate Professor, Division of Infectious and Immunological Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, University of British Columbia

 

The event will be moderated by Bruce Claggett, Senior Managing Editor for NEWS 1130.

Thank you for your support. Science World is a charitable organization. Your registration fee will support our Community Scientist Initiative and Scientists and Innovators in the Schools programs that inspire kids across British Columbia by connecting them with real scientists.

Please note: this is a private, adult-oriented event and TELUS World of Science will be closed during this discussion.

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