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The Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition
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ISSN: 1606-0997
EISSN: 2072-1315
Vol. 22, No. 3, 2004, pp. 293-303
Bioline Code: hn04037
Full paper language: English
Document type: Research Article
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The Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2004, pp. 293-303

 en Sociobehavioural Research Methods for the Introduction of Vaccines in the Diseases of the Most Impoverished Programme
Kaljee, Linda M.; Pack, Rob; Pach, Al; Nyamete, Andrew & Stanton, Bonita F.

Abstract

Participation in vaccination campaigns worldwide, particularly the Expanded Programme on Immunization, has increased significantly in recent years. However, there remain multiple and integrated behavioural, sociocultural and political-economic barriers to vaccination. The Diseases of the Most Impoverished (DOMI) Programme has undertaken shigellosis disease-burden studies and oral cholera and typhoid Vi polysaccharide vaccine trials in seven Asian countries. As part of these projects, sociobehavioural studies have been undertaken to determine the potential demand for vaccines for these diseases and the obstacles and enabling factors that may affect acceptance, delivery, and use of vaccines. A theoretical model of acceptance of vaccination and a triangulation of qualitative and quantitative methods have been used for fully elucidating the range of issues relating to vaccination for shigellosis, cholera, and typhoid fever. In this paper, the theoretical and methodological basis of the DOMI projects has been reviewed in a context of current sociobehavioural research on the acceptability and desirability of vaccination.

Keywords
Vaccination; Research design; Dysentery; Bacillary; Cholera; Typhoid fever; Asia

 
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