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"Vaccination decisions are complex. Hence it is not surprising that there is no single strategy that has been shown to be effective in addressing vaccine hesitancy in all circumstances. Many studies have focused on vaccine uptake and/or refusal in order to evaluate interventions aimed at enhancing vaccine acceptance. These studies have not captured whether the interventions changed doubts about acceptance – as the vaccine-hesitants are an important part of the population along the continuum of hesitancy." - Strategies to Address Hesitancy and Help Foster Demand (Section 5)

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Vaccination Decision Making,Sub Topics: Vaccination Decision Making,Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy Vaccination Decision Making
Sub Topics: Vaccination Decision Making
Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy


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