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April 25, 2018

Can Sexuality Education Advance Gender Equality and Strengthen Education Overall? Learning from Nigeria's Family Life and HIV Education Program

This report synthesises a two-tiered review of the Family Life and HIV Education (FLHE) programme, which trains teachers to deliver a gender and sex education curriculum in junior secondary schools (...

April 25, 2018

Demand for Immunization: A Human-Centered Field Guide for Investigating and Responding to Challenges

"[D]emand is about the complexity of people and why people do or do not make decisions and take actions. Understanding challenges of demand for immunization will necessarily always start here."...

April 24, 2018

I Immunise: An Evaluation of a Values-Based Campaign to Change Attitudes and Beliefs

"Information, including the reporting and translation of scientific data, is important, but community-based interventions can employ mechanisms building upon social norming, values-framing and story-...

April 24, 2018

Parents' Experience and Views of Vaccinating Their Child against Influenza at Primary School and at the General Practice

The purpose of this study was to gain an in-depth understanding of parents' experience and views of vaccinating their four- to six-year-old child against influenza at school and at the general...

April 24, 2018

"We Are the Heroes Because We Are Ready to Die for this Country": Participants' Decision-Making and Grounded Ethics in an Ebola Vaccine Clinical Trial

"Taking subjective assessments seriously...not only helps us understand possible tensions between clinical and social ethics but also to see what determines participation in a vaccine trial where...

April 23, 2018

Vaccine Hesitancy: Where We Are and Where We Are Going

"Use of behavior change principles and communication strategies such as motivational interviewing represent promising approaches to address vaccine hesitancy at the individual level."

April 20, 2018

Karamoja on the Move: Testing A Peer Learning & Community Theatre Model

Emorikinos Daadang Etogogongo Alatanakin Ngidwe (EDEAN) (Let's Come Together and Strengthen Child Spacing) is a community-based intervention in Uganda that is designed to test the hypothesis that...

April 19, 2018

Emergency Risk Communication: Lessons Learned from a Rapid Review of Recent Gray Literature on Ebola, Zika, and Yellow Fever

"...going local plays a central role in effective emergency communication, from engaging with and building on local leadership and organizational structures, to using local staff, communication...

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April 16, 2018

"Despite widespread acceptance that images are crucial in public health messaging, there is no visual theory that systematically guides the...

April 10, 2018

"Participatory communication formats for initiating vaccine recommendations appear to be associated with a highly rated visit experience and...

April 9, 2018

"While the findings of the literature review reported on in this paper were largely specific to HCPs' individual vaccine hesitancy or...

April 6, 2018

Vaccine hesitancy is defined as a delay in acceptance or refusal of vaccines despite available vaccination services. Measuring vaccine hesitancy...

April 5, 2018

"An understanding of the psychology behind vaccination behavior can inform both theoretical development and facilitation of evidence-based...

April 4, 2018

This workbook is a collection of fictionalised case studies of everyday ethical dilemmas and challenges that are encountered in the process of...

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