Parental preferences for rotavirus vaccination in young children: A discrete choice experiment
Highlights •Parental preferences and expected coverage may guide the introduction of rotavirus vaccines. •Vaccination decisions of parents were mostly driven by vaccine related out-of-pocket costs. •Highest coverage is expected for a vaccine with high effectiveness and protection duration. •Highest coverage can only be realized if the vaccine is implemented within the current NIP.
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