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July 23, 2015

Annexes to: Perceptions of Influence: Understanding Attitudes to Polio Vaccination and Immunisation in Northern Nigeria - Main Research Report

This page provides a list with brief descriptions of the 7 annexes. It describes a pilot investigation designed to understand attitudes to polio vaccination and immunisation in Northern Nigeria.

July 9, 2015

Perceptions of Influence: Understanding Attitudes to Polio Vaccination and Immunisation in Northern Nigeria

"The circumstances of household thinking about community, livelihood, health and vaccination are complex. To reduce this protean calculus to a short list of population proportions and individuated...

July 9, 2015

Perceptions of Influence: Understanding Attitudes to Polio Vaccination and Immunisation in Northern Nigeria

"The circumstances of household thinking about community, livelihood, health and vaccination are complex. To reduce this protean calculus to a short list of population proportions and individuated...

January 22, 2015

Understanding Attitudes to Immunisation in Nigeria: Household Interview

This interview form is provided to guide structured interviews amongst households as part of a study on polio immunisation in Nigeria that is being conducted by Public Health Services and Solutions (...

May 2, 2014

Understanding Attitudes to Immunisation in Nigeria: Key Informant Interview (KII)

This interview form is provided to key informants (leaders in the community, government, and traditional rulership) as part of a study on polio immunisation in Nigeria that is being conducted by...

January 5, 2015

Research Project: Understanding Attitudes to Immunisation in Nigeria

This page provides access to detailed documents created as part of a research study on household decision-making regarding health care and immunisation - including polio immunisation - in Nigeria,...

January 14, 2015

Ethical Approval Process: Research Project: Understanding Attitudes to Immunisation in Nigeria

[Editor's note: Below are descriptions of the institutional review boards (IRBs)/ethics committees of the organisations that provided ethical guidance and approval for a study on polio immunisation...

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Household attitudes toward immunisation in Northern Nigeria

As part of its work within the USAID-funded Maternal and Child Survival Program, The CI has been coordinating a research initiative designed to support the Nigerian government and Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) partners in developing evidence-led strategies to leverage household demand for immunisation services in Nigeria. Together with our partners in this endeavour we are conducting a pilot study on the determinants of household attitudes toward polio vaccination and wider routine immunisation (RI) in three states of northern Nigeria. The results of this research, as well as its methodological approach, should be relevant to country- and local-level strategy formation and decision-making within the GPEI and Nigerian immunisation programmes and also for strengthening immunisation in other regions and countries where polio is still endemic or the risk of outbreak is high and, more generally, where routine immunisation coverage is low. For a quick reference guide to background information and content relevant to this study including the final report and findings click here.

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The Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) is a global, USAID Cooperative Agreement to introduce and support high-impact health interventions with a focus on 24 high-priority countries with the ultimate goal of ending preventable child and maternal deaths (EPCMD) within a generation.

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