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Understanding the behavioural and social drivers of vaccine uptake WHO position paper – May 2022

This is the first position paper to be published by WHO on the behavioural and social drivers (BeSD) of vaccine uptake. It summarizes the development of new tools and indicators to assess the BeSD of vaccine uptake for childhood and COVID-19 vaccination, enabling decision-makers on immunization policy, programme managers, and partners to address under-vaccination through an enhanced understanding of the underlying causes. This paper also reports the main findings of a scoping review that examined existing systematic reviews and meta-analyses on interventions to improve vaccine uptake – a first step towards understanding which interventions work to increase vaccine uptake, for whom, and in what settings. Finally, this paper makes recommendations for using the new tools and the resulting data to prioritize local interventions, and concludes with future research directions. 

 

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Français

Année de publication

2022

Type

Orientations

Catégories

  • Gestion de programme

Organisations

  • Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS)

Mots-clés

  • Demand

Références sur le sujet

DEMAND-BeSD

TitreAuteurAnnéeTypeLangue
Behavioural and social drivers of vaccination Tools and practical guidance for achieving high uptakeWorld Health Organization (WHO)2022GuidanceAnglais
Understanding the behavioural and social drivers of vaccine uptake WHO position paper – May 2022World Health Organization (WHO)2022GuidanceAnglais, Français

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