Recognize and Diagnose Underlying Factors in Refusal or Delay in Vaccine Acceptance: The Guide to Tailoring Immunization Programmes TIP (Section 4)Organization: Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
"Hesitancy is not uniform across a population. Analysis of vaccine uptake data from a province or territory may be able to detect subgroups with lower-than-expected coverage rates, given available vaccination services. Targeting these fence-sitters is an important component in addressing hesitancy to improve vaccine acceptance rates. Hesitant subgroups may be linked by a variety of factors, including geography, culture, socioeconomic and/or other factors, especially behavioural factors and determinants categorized by complacency, confidence and/or constraints." - Recognize and Diagnose Underlying Factors in Refusal or Delay in Vaccine Acceptance: The Guide to Tailoring Immunization Programmes TIP (Section 4)
- 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)
- Strategies to Address Hesitancy and Help Foster Demand (Section 5)
- Addressing Vocal Vaccine Deniers in Public Forum to Strengthen Resiliency (Section 6)
- Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy (Section 7)
- Strategies to support Vaccination Demand and Grow Resiliency (Section 8)
Product Type: Guide
Category:Vaccination Decision Making,Vaccine Hesitancy,Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making,Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake,Understanding Acceptance and Uptake Vaccination Decision Making
Understanding Hesitancy and Vaccine Decision Making
Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake
Understanding Acceptance and Uptake
Resource Rating Breakdown
Ratings submitted by CANVax users for this resource are tallied to provide an average resource rating per category.
Using the comment box below, provide your feedback for this resource. Tell the immunization community how you used the resource, what worked, what didn't and the changes you made. The feedback provided will help inform the immunization community and improve upon the resource made available on CANVax.
All comments are anonymous. Submitted comments will be reviewed for approval by the CANVax team to ensure it meets content submission guidelines. Please note that although CANVax aims to approve comments in a timely manner, volume may result in delays.
You must login or register before you can submit a comment.