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On June 8, AIM hosted the “Using Qualitative Research to Increase Vaccination Access and Uptake in Under-Immunized Communities” webinar. Attendees learned about rapid evidence-based qualitative research methods that can provide insight into how to build confidence in routine vaccinations among under-immunized communities. Dr. Brett Craig from the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe shared how to: design and conduct rapid qualitative research with different under-immunized communities, better understand communities’ routine vaccination drivers and barriers, anduse qualitative research results and strategies to develop community-tailored interventions that increase vaccine confidence, access, and routine vaccination uptake. For presentation slides, click here

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Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake
Sub Topics: Vaccination Decision Making
Understanding Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake
Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy


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