Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy (Section 7)Organization: Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
"Vaccine hesitancy is a global problem affecting most countries, including Canada. However, the reasons for hesitancy vary. Vaccine hesitancy is changeable, varying by time, setting, vaccine and context.1 As vaccine hesitancy is unpredictable, monitoring for hesitancy and evaluating the outcomes of interventions is required so that provincial and territorial programs can track the degree of hesitancy, its impact on uptake in a population and in subgroups, and the effectiveness of their interventions to address hesitancy. This also needs to be tracked nationally to give a pan-Canadian perspective." - Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy (Section 7)
- Canadian Guidance on Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy to Help Foster Vaccine Demand and Acceptance - Full Report
- Vaccine Hesitancy and Vaccine Demand: Definitions and Determinants (Section 1)
- Vaccine Hesitancy Globally and in Canada (Section 2)
- Strategies to Detect Vaccine Hesitancy (Section 3)
- Recognize and Diagnose Underlying Factors in Refusal or Delay in Vaccine Acceptance: The Guide to Tailoring Immunization Programmes TIP (Section 4)
- Strategies to Address Hesitancy and Help Foster Demand (Section 5)
- Addressing Vocal Vaccine Deniers in Public Forum to Strengthen Resiliency (Section 6)
- Strategies to support Vaccination Demand and Grow Resiliency (Section 8)
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Category:Vaccination Decision Making,Vaccine Hesitancy,Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making Vaccination Decision Making
Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making
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