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Marit Middeldorp, Alies van Lier, Nicoline van der Maas, Irene Veldhuijzen, Wieke Freudenburg, Nina M. van Sorge, Elisabeth A.M. Sanders, Mirjam J. Knola, Hester E. de Melkera
This study aimed to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the incidence of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) and participation in the routine infant vaccination programme in the...
MoH Netherlands
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MoH Netherlands
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Tom Woudenberg, Susan J.M. Hahné, Marvin Philippi, Laura M. Nic Lochlainn, Irmgard Zonnenberg, Hester E. de Melker, Alies van Lier
Background: During a large measles outbreak in the Netherlands in 2013–2014, infants aged 6–14 months living in municipalities with low (<90%) measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) coverage...
Nissen TN et al.
INTRODUCTION: BCG vaccination has been associated with beneficial non-specific effects on child health. Some immunological studies have reported heterologous effects of vaccines on antibody responses...
Liesbeth Mollema et al.
Under the Dutch national immunization program (NIP), childhood vaccination is not mandatory, but its recommendation by childhood vaccine providers (CVP) is important for maintaining high vaccination...
Axel Bonačić Marinović, Corien Swaan, Jim van Steenbergen, Mirjam Kretzschmar
The extent to which reporting delays should be reduced to gain substantial improvement in outbreak control is unclear. We developed a model to quantitatively assess reporting timeliness. Using...
Olga Visser et al.
Several countries have reported a resurgence of pertussis in the last decades. This puts infants (especially <6 months) at risk of severe complications, because they are too young to be fully...
John W Glasser et al.
Vaccination programmes to prevent outbreaks after introductions of infectious people aim to maintain the average number of secondary infections per infectious person at one or less. We aimed to...
Maarten van Wijhe et al.
In the 20th century, childhood mortality decreased rapidly, and vaccination programmes are frequently suggested as a contributing factor. However, quantification of this contribution is subject to...
Ruijs WL et al.
The study concludes that religious leaders\' attitudes towards vaccination vary from full acceptance to clear refusal. According to orthodox Protestant church order, local congregation members...
Judith Spijkerman et al.
The use of 4 different PCV13 immunization schedules in healthy term infants resulted in no statistically significant differences in antibody levels after the booster dose for almost all serotypes....
Catherine Weil-Olivier et al.
The burden of invasive pneumococcal disease in young children decreased dramatically following introduction of the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7). The epidemiology of S. pneumoniae...
Maartje Kristensen et al.
Implementation of additional targeted vaccinations to prevent infectious diseases in the older adults is under discussion in different countries. When considering the added value of such preventive...
Marcel F. Verweij et al.
Given the ethical aspects of vaccination policies and current threats to public trust in vaccination, it is important that governments follow clear criteria for including new vaccines in a national...