Strategies to support Vaccination Demand and Grow Resiliency (Section 8)Organization: Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)
"Strategic Objective 2 – the concept of demand – in the Global Vaccine Action Plan [GVAP] (approved by all countries at the World Health Assembly in 2012), pushes immunization program managers and partners to think beyond a continuum of hesitancy that ends with passive acceptance, towards a more comprehensive concept that includes the actions of individuals and communities to seek, support, and/or advocate for vaccination services. While addressing hesitancy can help increase vaccine uptake and acceptance, it does not necessarily lead to increased demand." - Strategies to support Vaccination Demand and Grow Resiliency (Section 8)
- 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)
- Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy (Section 7)
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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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