Home VisitsOrganization: Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
Observatoire Régional de la Santé Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (ORS PACA)
"In the field of vaccination, “home visit” interventions involve providing face-to-face services to clients in their homes. Services can include information and education on vaccination in general or on specific vaccines, assessment of vaccine status, referral or in some cases, provision of vaccinations (Community Preventive Services Task Force, 2016). Home visits can focus specifically on vaccination or focus more broadly on health, prevention, parenthood, etc. and address vaccination (Community Preventive Services Task Force, 2016; Harvey et al. 2015).
Providers may be health professionals (such as nurses), or non-professional providers who have undergone specific training as part of the intervention (health mediators, volunteer mothers, etc., grouped under the term “Lay Health Workers” in the scientific literature) (Community Preventive Services Task Force, 2016; Lewin et al. 2010)." - Home Visits
This resource is translated and adapted from ORS PACA.
Client-based Written Education Interventions When Used Alone
Multicomponent Interventions with At Least One Education/Information Component
Product Type: Fact Sheet
Category:Program Planning and Delivery,Program Delivery and Evaluation,Program Evaluation,Vaccination Decision Making,Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake,Counselling and Communication Program Planning and Delivery
Program Delivery and Evaluation
Vaccination Decision Making
Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake
Counselling and Communication
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