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"During each vaccine introduction, national immunization programs learn valuable lessons about what works and what doesn't work. Unfortunately, in the resource-scare world of global public health,...

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Social Mobilisation, Advocacy and Communication for Nutrition

"Social mobilization, advocacy and communications is a growing priority for SUN countries and increasingly seen as an integral part of the national nutrition strategy.  Countries are at very...

Health Communication and Vaccine Hesitancy

 

Strategies for Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy - A Systematic Review

 

Knowledge Management for Health and Development Toolkit

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Vaccine Hesitancy: Definition, Scope and Determinants

  "Vaccine hesitancy is complex and context specific, varying across time, place and vaccines. It is influenced by factors such as complacency, convenience and confidence."
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Media Poetics and Cattle Ranching: Making Community Radio Relevant to Language and Power

Author: 
Clemencia Rodriguez
Publication Date
February 1, 2009
Affiliation: 

Department of Communication, University of Oklahoma

This article explores the ways in which community radio is being used to challenge cultural assumptions in Colombia's "cowboy country".

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Posting to the OURMEDIA listserv, March 4 2009; and Upstream Journal Jan/Feb 2009, Vol. 22 No. 3.

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