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Vaccine Hesitancy in the French Population in 2016, and Its Association with Vaccine Uptake and Perceived Vaccine Risk-Benefit Balance

Vaccine Hesitancy in the French Population in 2016, and Its Association with Vaccine Uptake and Perceived Vaccine Risk-Benefit Balance

Author: 
Dominique Rey
Lisa Fressard
Sébastien Cortaredona
Aurélie Bocquier
Arnaud Gautier
Patrick Peretti-Watel
Pierre Verger
on behalf of the Baromètre santé 2016 group
Publication Date
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Affiliation: 

Southeastern Health Regional Observatory (Rey, Fressard, Bocquier, Peretti-Watel, Verger); Economics and Social Sciences Applied to Health & Analysis of Medical Information, or SESSTIM (Fressard); Aix-Marseille University (Fressard, Cortaredona, Bocquier, Peretti-Watel, Verger); Santé Publique France, French National Public Health Agency (Gautier)

"It is essential to improve understanding of individuals considered vaccine hesitant, as they represent the first target of public health measures to improve immunisation coverage."

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Source: 

Eurosurveillance 2018; 23(17): pii=17-00816. https://doi.org/10.2807/1560-7917.ES.23.17.17-00816. Image credit: Believe Midwifery Services

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