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Vaccine Hesitancy, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America

Vaccine Hesitancy, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America

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In this issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America, guest editors Drs. Peter G. Szilagyi, Sharon G. Humiston, and Tamera Coyne-Beasley bring their considerable expertise to the topic of Vaccine Hesitancy. A growing problem even before the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine hesitancy encompasses various factors involving both researchers and practitioners:: transparency in research, scientific findings, and governmental programs; effective communication strategies; addressing and understanding cultural, psychosocial, spiritual, political, and cognitive factors; and a willingness to learn the root causes and concerns about vaccine hesitancy. In this issue, top experts address these topics to help you improve vaccine confidence with your patients.
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Elsevier
94096
9780443182303
9780443182303

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Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
hard cover
Pages count
240
Dimensions (mm)
152 x 229
Weight (g)
450
  • State of Vaccine Hesitancy in the United States
    Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Hesitancy in the United States
    Influenza Vaccine Hesitancy: Scope, Influencing Factors, and Strategic Interventions
    Coronavirus Disease-2019 Vaccine Hesitancy
    Maternal Vaccination and Vaccine Hesitancy
    A Structural Lens Approach to Vaccine Hesitancy and Identity
    Adolescents, Young Adults, and Vaccine Hesitancy: Who and What Drives the Decision to Vaccinate?
    Using Technology to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy
    Clinician Communication to Address Vaccine Hesitancy
    Training Residents and Medical Students to Overcome Parents Vaccine Hesitancy
    Social Media and Vaccine Hesitancy: Help Us Move the Needle
    Optimizing Your Pediatric Office for Vaccine Confidence
    Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy Using Community-Based Efforts
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