Vaccine hesitancy is an emerging phenomenon in European countries and leads to decreasing trends in infant vaccine coverage. The aim of this study was to analyze the level of confidence and correct awareness about immunizations, which are crucial for the success of vaccination programmes.

Knowledge and beliefs on vaccines among a sample of Italian pregnant women: results from the NAVIDAD study

Bert, Fabrizio
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Olivero, Elena;Rossello, Paola;Gualano, Maria R
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Siliquini, Roberta
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2020-01-01

Abstract

Vaccine hesitancy is an emerging phenomenon in European countries and leads to decreasing trends in infant vaccine coverage. The aim of this study was to analyze the level of confidence and correct awareness about immunizations, which are crucial for the success of vaccination programmes.
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Bert, Fabrizio; Olivero, Elena; Rossello, Paola; Gualano, Maria R; Castaldi, Silvana; Damiani, Gianfranco; D'Errico, Marcello M; Di Giovanni, Pamela; Fantini, Maria P; Fabiani, Leila; Gabutti, Giovanni; Loperto, Ilaria; Marranzano, Marina; Masanotti, Giuseppe; Nante, Nicola; Rosso, Annalisa; Squeri, Raffaele; Signorelli, Carlo; Siliquini, Roberta
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