OPEN EBioMedicine | 24 Sep 2016
HJ Larson, A de Figueiredo, Z Xiahong, WS Schulz, P Verger, IG Johnston, AR Cook and NS Jones
Public trust in immunization is an increasingly important global health issue. Losses in confidence in vaccines and immunization programmes can lead to vaccine reluctance and refusal, risking disease outbreaks and challenging immunization goals in high- and low-income settings. National and international immunization stakeholders have called for better monitoring of vaccine confidence to identify emerging concerns before they evolve into vaccine confidence crises.
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