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MoH France
La HAS, en accord avec sa commission technique des vaccinations, considère primordial le maintien de l’ensemble des vaccinations obligatoires des nourrissons (à 2, 4, 5, 11, 12 et 16-18 mois)...
Home-based record (HBR) for France circa 2014 (adolescent-adult)
Pierre Verger, Patrick Peretti-Watel, Céline Pulcini, Arnaud Gautier, Lisa Fressard, Jocelyn Raude
OBJECTIVES: In recent years, vaccine hesitancy among health professionals has emerged as an important issue on public health agendas. However, we do not yet know very much about whether, and if so...
Zsuzsanna Jakab & David M Salisbury
As we herald progress towards the Millennium Development Goals and strive to meet them, we have an approaching public health target that is sometimes forgotten. The global community has resolved to...
Collange, Fanny, Fressard, Lisa, Pulcini, Céline, Sebbah, Rémy, Peretti-Watel, Patrick, Verger, Pierre
OBJECTIVE: General practitioners (GPs) play a crucial role in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine acceptance in France. We sought to study: (1) GPs\' perceptions of its risks and efficacy and their...
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...
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
During 2003–2009, substantial progress was made toward the previous goal of measles elimination in the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region (EUR) by 2010 (1,2). However, since late 2009,...
Jeremy K. Ward et al.
The internet is playing an increasingly important part in fueling vaccine related controversies and in generating vaccine hesitant behaviors. English language Antivaccination websites have been...
Okaïs C et al.
Vaccines can cause adverse reactions (AR), i.e. adverse events following immunization (AEFIs) due to the vaccine, such as local reactions or fever. In addition, live attenuated vaccines which...
Guiso N et al.
Despite the widespread availability of 2 classes of effective vaccines, whole cell and acellular, Bordetella pertussis infection remains a global epidemic. Pertussis is primarily a disease of...
Arash Aslanabadi, Kamyar Ghabili, Kaveh Shad, Majid Khalili, Mohammad M Sajadi
Whooping cough is a relatively new infectious disease afflicting human beings, compared with other infectious diseases, and is undergoing a resurgence despite decades of vaccination. The oldest known...
D. Lévy-Bruhl, A. Lepoutre, L. Gutmann, C. Janoir, F. Dorléans, S. Georges, E. Varon
Vaccination with the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7) was recommended in France in 2003 for children <2 years. The 13-valent conjugate vaccine (PCV13) replaced PCV7 in 2010. The...
Emmanuelle Varon et al.
Highlights •Before and after PCV13 implementation, the ST relationship between carriage and IPD was investigated. •In children <2 years old, 569 IPD and 355 Sp isolated from 1212 healthy were...
Marie-Hélène Metzger et al.
In France, recent developments in healthcare system organization have aimed at strengthening decision-making and action in public health at the regional level. Firstly, the 2004 Public Health Act, by...
Rino Rappuoli
The first human vaccination with a rabies virus attenuated by exposure to dry air started on July 6, 1885, and was reported in the session of the French Academy of Sciences on October 26, 1885 (1)....