This series of articles investigates the social discourse surrounding vaccination, global perceptions and outcomes of vaccination, and the general issue of confidence or trust in healthcare or government establishments that can underpin medical decisions.
This PLOS Currents: Outbreaks collection was produced in coordination with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.
Hesitancy, Trust and Individualism in Vaccination Decision-Making
Jonathan E Suk, Pierluigi Lopalco, Lucia Pastore Celentano
Vaccine Hesitancy: Clarifying a Theoretical Framework for an Ambiguous Notion
Patrick Peretti-Watel, Heidi J Larson, Jeremy K. Ward, William S Schulz, Pierre Verger
Vaccine Narratives and Public Health: Investigating Criticisms of H1N1 Pandemic Vaccination
Measuring Vaccine Confidence: Introducing a Global Vaccine Confidence Index
Heidi J Larson, William S Schulz, Joseph D Tucker, David MD Smith
Factors Associated with Intention to Receive Influenza and Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Acellular Pertussis (Tdap) Vaccines during Pregnancy: A Focus on Vaccine Hesitancy and Perceptions of Disease Severity and Vaccine Safety
Allison T. Chamberlain, Katherine Seib, Kevin A. Ault, Walter A. Orenstein, Paula M. Frew, Marielysse Cortés, Lisa C. Flowers, Pat Cota, Ellen A. S. Whitney, Ruth L. Berkelman, Saad B. Omer, Fauzia Malik
Why Are Young Adults Affected? Estimating Measles Vaccination Coverage in 20-34 Year Old Germans in Order to Verify Progress Towards Measles Elimination
Melanie Schuster, Thomas Stelzer, Florian Burckhardt
à noter que la notion proposée ici d’"hésitation à vacciner" est plus neutre et constructive que la qualification sans nuance d’#anti-vaccins