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Vaccination development, safety, and public health communication

Heterologous prime-boost: breaking the protective immune response bottleneck of COVID-19 vaccine candidates
Exploring mixing of vaccines as a strategy to control the Covid-19 pandemic.
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Emerging Microbes & Infection

COVID-19 vaccination intention in the UK: results from the COVID-19 vaccination acceptability study (CoVAccS), a nationally representative cross-sectional survey
Ahead of the UK COVID 19 vaccination programme, results of this study suggested two in three would have one
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics

Seasonal influenza vaccination during a pandemic
Considering the timing of vaccination and differentiation among influenza vaccines to ensure that the best vaccine is available
Open Access peer-reviewed commentary published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics

What makes anti-vaccine websites persuasive? A content analysis of techniques used by anti-vaccine websites to engender anti-vaccine sentiment
Analysis of 480 anti-vaccine websites to measure techniques used
Free Access peer-reviewed research published in Journal of Communication in Healthcare

How can a global pandemic affect vaccine hesitancy?
An expert discussion around Covid vaccines and how this will impact upon future vaccines
Free Access peer-reviewed editorial piece published in Expert Review of Vaccines

Early examination of real-world uptake and second-dose completion of recombinant zoster vaccine in the United States from October 2017 to September 2019
Going forwards, what can we learn from the vaccine against shingles, where just 70 percent of American recipients got their second dose within the recommended six months?
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Emerging Microbes & Infection

Trust in Doctors, Positive Attitudes, and Vaccination Behavior: The Role of Doctor–Patient Communication in H1N1 Vaccination
People who talk with their doctors are more likely to get vaccinated during a pandemic, this according this study of evidence collected during the ‘swine flu’ pandemic
Free to access, peer-reviewed research published in Health Communication

Identifying the prevalence, correlates, and policy consequences of anti-vaccine social identity
Looking at more than 1,000 demographically representative US participants found that about 22 percent self-identify as anti-vaxxers
Free to access, peer-reviewed research published in Politics, Groups, and Identities

Immune Response and Safety of Viral Vaccines in Children with Autoimmune Diseases on Immune Modulatory Drug Therapy
This review article suggests vaccines are safe for the majority of immunosuppressed children
Open Access peer-reviewed article published in Expert Review of Vaccines

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