Barriers of Influenza Vaccination Intention and Behavior – A Systematic Review of Influenza Vaccine Hesitancy, 2005 – 2016

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Description: A comprehensive understanding of influenza vaccine hesitancy in different risk groups and under different circumstances (seasonal vs. pandemic) is necessary to develop evidence-informed strategies and research to increase coverage of seasonal influenza vaccines. This review contributes to the 2016 consultation on the Global Action Plan for Influenza Vaccines (GAP) and was commissioned by WHO for this purpose.

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Barriers of Influenza Vaccination Intention and Behavior – A Systematic Review of Influenza Vaccine Hesitancy, 2005 – 2016 Philipp Schmid (1,2,3), Dorothee Rauber (1,2), Cornelia Betsch (1,2), Gianni Lidolt (1), Marie-Luisa Denker (1) 1 Center for Empirical Research in Economics and Behavioral Sciences, University of Erfurt, Germany 2 Media and Communication Sciences, University of Erfurt, Germany...

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