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Parent psychology and the decision to delay childhood vaccination

Posted on 13 Oct, 2019

   The study of vaccine hesitancy identifies parental decisions to delay childhood vaccinations as an important public health issue, with consequences for immunization rates, the pursuit of nonmedical exemptions in states, and disease outbreaks. While prior work has explored the …more

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Social media and HPV vaccination: Unsolicited public comments on a Facebook post by the Western Cape Department of Health provide insights into determinants of vaccine hesitancy in South Africa

Posted on 6 Oct, 2019
AB. Wiyeh, et al. 2019 Vaccine Vol 37:6317–6323 Go to source

Trust in vaccines and medicines in Uganda

Posted on 15 Sep, 2019
Evans DR, et at. 2019 VACCINE Vol 37(40):6008-6015 Go to source

The mad leading the blind: Perceptions of the vaccine-refusal movement among Australians who support vaccination

Posted on 15 Sep, 2019
Rozbroj, et al. 2019 Vaccine Vol 37(40):5986-5993 Go to source

The effect of trust and proximity on vaccine propensity

Posted on 1 Sep, 2019
Justwan F, et al 2019 PLoS ONE 14(8): e0220658 Go to source

Has the public lost confidence in vaccines because of a vaccine scandal in China

Posted on 26 Aug, 2019
Han B, et al. (2019) Vaccine Vol 37(36): 5270–5275 Go to source

Parental opinions towards the “No Jab, No Pay” policy in Australia

Posted on 26 Aug, 2019
Trent,M J , et al. (2019) Vaccine Vol 37(36): 5250–5256

   

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Re-imagining global health through social medicine

Posted on 25 Aug, 2019
Adams V, et al. 2019 Global Public Health, 14:10, 1383-1400, Go to source

Mandatory vaccinations for children in Italy: The need for a stable frame

Posted on 21 Jul, 2019
HC Maltezou, C Ledda, V Rapisarda 2019 Vaccine Vol 37(32): 4419-4658

  https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/vaccine/vol/37/issue/32    

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Towards a further understanding of measles vaccine hesitancy in Khartoum state, Sudan: A qualitative study

Posted on 23 Jun, 2019
Sabahelzain MM et al. 2019 PLoS ONE VOl 14 (6): e0213882. Go to source

Videos Video archive

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission joined forces to tackle the issue at the first global vaccination summit. Although many of them live in developing countries with poor access to vaccines, scientists are worried that anti-vaccination campaigners in the developed world are spreading misinformation on social media. So what’s the cure for their scepticism?

Emilie Karafillakis, research fellow for the Vaccine Confidence Project, speaks to France 24 about the rising anti-vaccination sentiment that is rising throughout Europe, especially in France where a recent study revealed 1 in 3 citizens believe vaccines are unsafe.

In this episode of Take as Directed, J. Stephen Morrison speaks with Dr. Heidi Larson on why vaccine confidence is currently in crisis, and how this has fueled outbreaks such as measles and the persistence of polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Literature Literature archive

AB. Wiyeh, et al. 2019 Vaccine Vol 37:6317–6323
Evans DR, et at. 2019 VACCINE Vol 37(40):6008-6015
Rozbroj, et al. 2019 Vaccine Vol 37(40):5986-5993
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