Person-to-Person InteractionOrganization: Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
Observatoire Régional de la Santé Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (ORS PACA)
"This fact sheet is solely devoted to person-to-person interaction on vaccination. Central to this type of intervention is the exchange of ideas and/or opinions between two or more people on the issue of vaccination. The interaction may take place face to face, or over the phone or by computer. It can be a one-on-one exchange or a collective discussion, with a health professional or with peers. Interaction-based interventions include a large variety of formats (oral presentation, discussion group, telephone discussion, individual interview at home or in a clinical setting, etc.), but the majority of interventions that have been evaluated are individual face-to-face interactions with a trained professional. This type of intervention is particularly adapted for persons speaking their native language or with difficulties in expression (Kaufman et al. 2013)." - Person-to-Person Interaction
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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