Literature archive

Social capital, trust in health information, and acceptance of Measles–Rubella vaccination campaign in Tamil Nadu

Posted on 16 Oct, 2018
B Palanisamy1, V Gopichandran2, K Kosalram1 2018 Journal of Postgraduate Medicine Vol 64(4 ):: 212-219 Go to source

Vaccination Programs: Economic and Leadership Considerations

Posted on 14 Oct, 2018
K. Hartigan-go 2018 Value in Health Vol 21 (10): 1150–1151 Go to source

The Anti-vaccination Movement: A Regression in Modern Medicine

Posted on 5 Oct, 2018
Hussain A, Ali S, Ahmed M, Hussain S 2018 Cureus. 3;10(7):e2919. vol 10(7):e2919 doi: 10.7759/cureus.2919. Go to source

Risk factors for persisting measles susceptibility: a case-control study among unvaccinated orthodox Protestants

Posted on 30 Sep, 2018
AC de Munter, ATostmann SJM Hahné, et al. 2018 European Journal of Public Health Vole 28( 5): 922–927 ,

AC de Munter, ATostmann SJM Hahné, et al.  

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Acceptability of the dengue vaccination among parents in urban poor communities of Quezon City, Philippines before and after vaccine suspension

Posted on 16 Sep, 2018
EM. Valido, IS Laksanawati, A Utarini 2018 BMC Research Notes 11:661 Go to source

Austerity, measles and mandatory vaccination: cross-regional analysis of vaccination in Italy 2000–14

Posted on 14 Sep, 2018
V Toffolutti M McKee A Melegaro W Ricciardi D Stuckler 2018 European Journal of Public Health, cky178 Go to source

What is causing high polio vaccine dropout among Pakistani children?

Posted on 2 Sep, 2018
W Imran, F.Abbas, S.A.Javed 2018 Public Health Volume 164:16-25.

Highlights •In almost three decades, there is about 58 percentage point reduction in polio dropout across Pakistan. •Rural Pakistani child is highly likely to be dropout of polio vaccination relative to his/her urban counterparts. •Significant likelihood of increase in never-vaccinated …more

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To talk better about vaccines, we should talk less about vaccines

Posted on 19 Aug, 2018
F Gesualdo, N Zamperini, A E Tozzi 2018 VACCINE Vol 36( 34): 5107-5108

The Internet and social networks are a fertile ground for the decrease in vaccine confidence. This has caused an increase in vaccine hesitancy and has jeopardized vaccinationprograms in some contexts [1]. A wide variety of communication strategies have been studied and implemented …more

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Building an evidence base for stakeholder engagement

Posted on 19 Aug, 2018
JV Lavery 2018 Science Vol. 361(6402): pp. 554-556 Go to source

Factors influencing vaccine acceptance and hesitancy in three informal settlements in Lusaka, Zambia

Posted on 7 Aug, 2018
Pugliese-Garcia M, Heyerdahl L, Mwamba C, et a;. 2018 VACCINE 4 August 2018, In Press, Corrected Proof Go to source

Literature Literature archive

Larson HJ, Schulz WS. 2019 SCIENCE VOL 364 ISSUE 6436
O Baggio, C A Camara and C Prue 2019 Humanitarian Exchange Magazine Number 74, February 2019
R. Wilson, P. Paterson , H. J. Larson 2019 BMC Public Health 19:342

Videos Video archive

Key figures share their perspectives on a controversy that led to the suspension of Ebola vaccine clinical trials in Ghana.

Drs. Heidi Larson and Pauline Paterson of the Vaccine Confidence Project join episode 50 of the Public Health United podcast with Nina Martin, November 2017.

Drs. Larson and Paterson join a discussion on vaccine confidence at Hong Kong University.  September, 2015.

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