"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.
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