Published on in Vol 7, No 2 (2005):

Vaccine Criticism on the World Wide Web

Vaccine Criticism on the World Wide Web

Vaccine Criticism on the World Wide Web

Journals

  1. Meylakhs P, Rykov Y, Koltsova O, Koltsov S. An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(11):e261 View
  2. Betsch C, Brewer N, Brocard P, Davies P, Gaissmaier W, Haase N, Leask J, Renkewitz F, Renner B, Reyna V, Rossmann C, Sachse K, Schachinger A, Siegrist M, Stryk M. Opportunities and challenges of Web 2.0 for vaccination decisions. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3727 View
  3. Aechtner T. IMPROVING EVOLUTION ADVOCACY: TRANSLATING VACCINE INTERVENTIONS TO THE EVOLUTION WARS. Zygon® 2020;55(1):27 View
  4. Hilton S, Hunt K, Petticrew M. Gaps in parental understandings and experiences of vaccine-preventable diseases: a qualitative study. Child: Care, Health and Development 2007;33(2):170 View
  5. Awadh A, Hassali M, Al-lela O, Bux S, Elkalmi R, Hadi H. Immunization knowledge and practice among Malaysian parents: a questionnaire development and pilot-testing. BMC Public Health 2014;14(1) View
  6. Grimes D, Bauch C. On the Viability of Conspiratorial Beliefs. PLOS ONE 2016;11(1):e0147905 View
  7. García-Basteiro A, Álvarez-Pasquín M, Mena G, Llupià A, Aldea M, Sequera V, Sanz S, Tuells J, Navarro-Alonso J, de Arísteguí J, Bayas J. A public-professional web-bridge for vaccines and vaccination: User concerns about vaccine safety. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3798 View
  8. Park B, Choi E, Park B, Han H, Cho S, Choi H, Lee S, Park H. Factors Influencing Vaccination in Korea: Findings From Focus Group Interviews. Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health 2018;51(4):173 View
  9. Robillard J, Whiteley L, Johnson T, Lim J, Wasserman W, Illes J. Utilizing Social Media to Study Information-Seeking and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e44 View
  10. Jiménez Á, Mesoudi A, Tehrani J, Cross C. No evidence that omission and confirmation biases affect the perception and recall of vaccine-related information. PLOS ONE 2020;15(3):e0228898 View
  11. Witteman H, Zikmund-Fisher B. The defining characteristics of Web 2.0 and their potential influence in the online vaccination debate. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3734 View
  12. Kimmerle J, Bientzle M, Cress U. Personal Experiences and Emotionality in Health-Related Knowledge Exchange in Internet Forums: A Randomized Controlled Field Experiment Comparing Responses to Facts Vs Personal Experiences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e277 View
  13. Basch C, Zybert P, Reeves R, Basch C. What do popular YouTubeTM videos say about vaccines?. Child: Care, Health and Development 2017;43(4):499 View
  14. Laflamme S, Laurin-Taillefer G. Achieving a Maximum Level of Vaccination for Medical Students: a Rigourous Ethical and Legal Framework Procedure. Journal of Academic Ethics 2014;12(3):179 View
  15. Kim S, Pinkerton T, Ganesh N. Assessment of H1N1 questions and answers posted on the Web. American Journal of Infection Control 2012;40(3):211 View
  16. Kata A. A postmodern Pandora's box: Anti-vaccination misinformation on the Internet. Vaccine 2010;28(7):1709 View
  17. Martínez-Mora M, Álvarez-Pasquín M, Rodríguez-Salvanés F. Vaccines and Internet: Characteristics of the Vaccine Safety Net Web sites and suggested improvements. Vaccine 2008;26(52):6950 View
  18. Moran M, Lucas M, Everhart K, Morgan A, Prickett E. What makes anti-vaccine websites persuasive? A content analysis of techniques used by anti-vaccine websites to engender anti-vaccine sentiment. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2016;9(3):151 View
  19. Kata A. Anti-vaccine activists, Web 2.0, and the postmodern paradigm – An overview of tactics and tropes used online by the anti-vaccination movement. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3778 View
  20. LaVail K, Kennedy A. The Role of Attitudes About Vaccine Safety, Efficacy, and Value in Explaining Parents’ Reported Vaccination Behavior. Health Education & Behavior 2013;40(5):544 View
  21. Sak G, Diviani N, Allam A, Schulz P. Comparing the quality of pro- and anti-vaccination online information: a content analysis of vaccination-related webpages. BMC Public Health 2015;16(1) View
  22. Mohd Azizi F, Kew Y, Moy F. Vaccine hesitancy among parents in a multi-ethnic country, Malaysia. Vaccine 2017;35(22):2955 View
  23. Gargiulo F, Cafiero F, Guille-Escuret P, Seror V, Ward J. Asymmetric participation of defenders and critics of vaccines to debates on French-speaking Twitter. Scientific Reports 2020;10(1) View
  24. Camargo K, Grant R. Public Health, Science, and Policy Debate: Being Right Is Not Enough. American Journal of Public Health 2015;105(2):232 View
  25. Tafuri S, Gallone M, Gallone M, Zorico I, Aiello V, Germinario C. Communication about vaccinations in Italian websites. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2014;10(5):1416 View
  26. Khoo Y, Ghani A, Navamukundan A, Jahis R, Gamil A. Unique product quality considerations in vaccine development, registration and new program implementation in Malaysia. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;16(3):530 View
  27. Chin A, Keelan J, Tomlinson G, Pavri-Garcia V, Wilson K, Chignell M. Automated Delineation of Subgroups in Web Video: A Medical Activism Case Study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 2010;15(3):447 View
  28. Holt D, Bouder F, Elemuwa C, Gaedicke G, Khamesipour A, Kisler B, Kochhar S, Kutalek R, Maurer W, Obermeier P, Seeber L, Trusko B, Gould S, Rath B. The importance of the patient voice in vaccination and vaccine safety—are we listening?. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 2016;22:S146 View
  29. Petousis-Harris H, Goodyear-Smith F, Kameshwar K, Turner N. Fact or fallacy? Immunisation arguments in the New Zealand print media. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2010;34(5):521 View
  30. Burnett R, Larson H, Moloi M, Tshatsinde E, Meheus A, Paterson P, François G. Addressing public questioning and concerns about vaccination in South Africa: A guide for healthcare workers. Vaccine 2012;30:C72 View
  31. Lewandowsky S, Cook J, Lloyd E. The ‘Alice in Wonderland’ mechanics of the rejection of (climate) science: simulating coherence by conspiracism. Synthese 2018;195(1):175 View
  32. Badur S, Ota M, Öztürk S, Adegbola R, Dutta A. Vaccine confidence: the keys to restoring trust. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;16(5):1007 View
  33. Fernbach A. Parental rights and decision making regarding vaccinations: Ethical dilemmas for the primary care provider. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 2011;23(7):336 View
  34. Siegrist C, Balinska Peroutkova M. The public perception of the value of vaccines - the case of Switzerland. Journal of Public Health 2008;16(4):247 View
  35. Lovrić Makarić Z, Kolarić B, Tomljenović M, Posavec M. Attitudes and beliefs related to childhood vaccinations among parents of 6 years old children in Zagreb, Croatia. Vaccine 2018;36(49):7530 View
  36. Betsch C, Ulshöfer C, Renkewitz F, Betsch T. The Influence of Narrative v. Statistical Information on Perceiving Vaccination Risks. Medical Decision Making 2011;31(5):742 View
  37. Giambi C, D'Ancona F, Del Manso M, De Mei B, Giovannelli I, Cattaneo C, Possenti V, Declich S. Exploring reasons for non-vaccination against human papillomavirus in Italy. BMC Infectious Diseases 2014;14(1) View
  38. Vasconcellos-Silva P, Castiel L, Griep R. A sociedade de risco midiatizada, o movimento antivacinação e o risco do autismo. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva 2015;20(2):607 View
  39. Kessler S, Zillich A. Searching Online for Information About Vaccination: Assessing the Influence of User-Specific Cognitive Factors Using Eye-Tracking. Health Communication 2019;34(10):1150 View
  40. Smith M. Vaccination and autism 10 years on: why are parents still worried?. Pediatric Health 2008;2(6):667 View
  41. Ludolph R, Allam A, Schulz P. Manipulating Google’s Knowledge Graph Box to Counter Biased Information Processing During an Online Search on Vaccination: Application of a Technological Debiasing Strategy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e137 View
  42. Coquard O, Fernandez S, Khazaal Y. Évaluation de la qualité des sites internet francophones traitant de la dépendance à l’alcool. Santé mentale au Québec 2009;33(2):207 View
  43. Betsch C. Die Rolle des Internets bei der Elimination von Infektionskrankheiten. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 2013;56(9):1279 View
  44. Dubé E, Gagnon D, MacDonald N. Strategies intended to address vaccine hesitancy: Review of published reviews. Vaccine 2015;33(34):4191 View
  45. Grant L, Hausman B, Cashion M, Lucchesi N, Patel K, Roberts J. Vaccination Persuasion Online: A Qualitative Study of Two Provaccine and Two Vaccine-Skeptical Websites. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(5):e133 View
  46. Reyna V. Risk perception and communication in vaccination decisions: A fuzzy-trace theory approach. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3790 View
  47. Awadh A, Hassali M, Al-lela O, Bux S, Elkalmi R, Hadi H. Does an educational intervention improve parents’ knowledge about immunization? Experience from Malaysia. BMC Pediatrics 2014;14(1) View
  48. Rodriguez N. Vaccine-Hesitant Justifications. Global Qualitative Nursing Research 2016;3:233339361666330 View
  49. Penţa M, Băban A. Dangerous Agent or Saviour? HPV Vaccine Representations on Online Discussion Forums in Romania. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2014;21(1):20 View
  50. Cobus L. Using Blogs and Wikis in a Graduate Public Health Course. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2009;28(1):22 View
  51. Evans W. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Health Communication 2006;19(1):85 View
  52. Odone A, Ferrari A, Spagnoli F, Visciarelli S, Shefer A, Pasquarella C, Signorelli C. Effectiveness of interventions that apply new media to improve vaccine uptake and vaccine coverage. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2015;11(1):72 View
  53. Bonnar-Kidd K, Black D, Mattson M, Coster D. Online Physical Activity Information: Will Typical Users Find Quality Information?. Health Communication 2009;24(2):165 View
  54. Tafuri S, Martinelli D, Caputi G, Arbore A, Germinario C, Prato R. Italian healthcare workers' views on mandatory vaccination. BMC Health Services Research 2009;9(1) View
  55. Shui I, Weintraub E, Gust D. Parents Concerned About Vaccine Safety. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2006;31(3):244 View
  56. Zimmerman R. Rationing of influenza vaccine during a pandemic: Ethical analyses. Vaccine 2007;25(11):2019 View
  57. Nan X, Madden K. HPV Vaccine Information in the Blogosphere: How Positive and Negative Blogs Influence Vaccine-Related Risk Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behavioral Intentions. Health Communication 2012;27(8):829 View
  58. Lewandowsky S, Gignac G, Oberauer K, Denson T. The Role of Conspiracist Ideation and Worldviews in Predicting Rejection of Science. PLoS ONE 2013;8(10):e75637 View
  59. Masaryk R, Hatoková M. Qualitative inquiry into reasons why vaccination messages fail. Journal of Health Psychology 2017;22(14):1880 View
  60. Tangherlini T, Roychowdhury V, Glenn B, Crespi C, Bandari R, Wadia A, Falahi M, Ebrahimzadeh E, Bastani R. “Mommy Blogs” and the Vaccination Exemption Narrative: Results From A Machine-Learning Approach for Story Aggregation on Parenting Social Media Sites. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e166 View
  61. Meleo-Erwin Z, Basch C, MacLean S, Scheibner C, Cadorett V. “To each his own”: Discussions of vaccine decision-making in top parenting blogs. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2017;13(8):1895 View
  62. Babalola S. Maternal reasons for non-immunisation and partial immunisation in northern Nigeria. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2011;47(5):276 View
  63. Heiss S, Carmack H, Chadwick A. Effects of interpersonal communication, knowledge, and attitudes on pertussis vaccination in Vermont. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2015;8(3):207 View
  64. Hu Y. Does An Education Seminar Intervention Improve the Parents’ Knowledge on Vaccination? Evidence from Yiwu, East China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2015;12(4):3469 View
  65. Schulz P, Nakamoto K. Health literacy and patient empowerment in health communication: The importance of separating conjoined twins. Patient Education and Counseling 2013;90(1):4 View
  66. Poland G, Jacobson R. The clinician’s guide to the anti-vaccinationists’ galaxy. Human Immunology 2012;73(8):859 View
  67. Eysenbach G. Infodemiology and Infoveillance: Framework for an Emerging Set of Public Health Informatics Methods to Analyze Search, Communication and Publication Behavior on the Internet. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(1):e11 View
  68. Mathieu E. The Internet and Medical Decision Making: Can It Replace the Role of Health Care Providers?. Medical Decision Making 2010;30(5_suppl):14 View
  69. Xu Z. Personal stories matter: topic evolution and popularity among pro- and anti-vaccine online articles. Journal of Computational Social Science 2019;2(2):207 View
  70. Robichaud P, Hawken S, Beard L, Morra D, Tomlinson G, Wilson K, Keelan J. Vaccine-critical videos on YouTube and their impact on medical students’ attitudes about seasonal influenza immunization: A pre and post study. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3763 View
  71. Tafuri S, Gallone M, Cappelli M, Martinelli D, Prato R, Germinario C. Addressing the anti-vaccination movement and the role of HCWs. Vaccine 2014;32(38):4860 View
  72. Meyer S, Violette R, Aggarwal R, Simeoni M, MacDougall H, Waite N. Vaccine hesitancy and Web 2.0: Exploring how attitudes and beliefs about influenza vaccination are exchanged in online threaded user comments. Vaccine 2019;37(13):1769 View
  73. McRee A, Reiter P, Brewer N. Parents’ Internet use for information about HPV vaccine. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3757 View
  74. Dubé E, Vivion M, MacDonald N. Vaccine hesitancy, vaccine refusal and the anti-vaccine movement: influence, impact and implications. Expert Review of Vaccines 2015;14(1):99 View
  75. Chen B, Zhang J, Jiang Z, Shao J, Jiang T, Wang Z, Liu K, Tang S, Gu H, Jiang J. Media and public reactions toward vaccination during the ‘hepatitis B vaccine crisis’ in China. Vaccine 2015;33(15):1780 View
  76. Prue G, Grimes D, Baker P, Lawler M. Access to HPV vaccination for boys in the United Kingdom. Medicine Access @ Point of Care 2018;2:239920261879969 View
  77. Marques R, Dórea J, Fonseca M, Bastos W, Malm O. Hair mercury in breast-fed infants exposed to thimerosal-preserved vaccines. European Journal of Pediatrics 2007;166(9):935 View
  78. Covolo L, Mascaretti S, Caruana A, Orizio G, Caimi L, Gelatti U. How has the flu virus infected the Web? 2010 influenza and vaccine information available on the Internet. BMC Public Health 2013;13(1) View
  79. Davis M. ‘Globalist war against humanity shifts into high gear’: Online anti-vaccination websites and ‘anti-public’ discourse. Public Understanding of Science 2019;28(3):357 View
  80. Tozzi A, Buonuomo P, Ciofi degli Atti M, Carloni E, Meloni M, Gamba F. Comparison of Quality of Internet Pages on Human Papillomavirus Immunization in Italian and in English. Journal of Adolescent Health 2010;46(1):83 View
  81. Ache K, Wallace L. Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Coverage on YouTube. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2008;35(4):389 View
  82. Mampuys R, Roeser S. Replicating GM Viruses in Cancer Therapy; A Conflict of Emotions?. Journal of Disaster Research 2011;6(5):514 View
  83. Zimmerman R, Raviotta J. Steps for clinicians and public health officials to take to reach persons of faith, for the sake of protecting all against vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccine 2013;31(16):2009 View
  84. Kumar D, Chandra R, Mathur M, Samdariya S, Kapoor N. Vaccine hesitancy: understanding better to address better. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 2016;5(1) View
  85. Ward J, Peretti-Watel P, Verger P. Vaccine criticism on the internet: Propositions for future research. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2016:1 View
  86. Dubé E, Laberge C, Guay M, Bramadat P, Roy R, Bettinger J. Vaccine hesitancy. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2013;9(8):1763 View
  87. Ward P, Attwell K, Meyer S, Rokkas P, Leask J. Risk, responsibility and negative responses: a qualitative study of parental trust in childhood vaccinations. Journal of Risk Research 2018;21(9):1117 View
  88. Zimmerman R. An overview of the National Network for Immunization Information's Website. Vaccine 2009;27(7):965 View
  89. Eberth J, Kline K, Moskowitz D, Montealegre J, Scheurer M. The Role of Media and the Internet on Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting: A Case Study of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination. Journal of Adolescent Health 2014;54(3):289 View
  90. Vivion M, Hennequin C, Verger P, Dubé E. Supporting informed decision-making about vaccination: an analysis of two official websites. Public Health 2020;178:112 View
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  92. Keelan J, Pavri V, Balakrishnan R, Wilson K. An analysis of the Human Papilloma Virus vaccine debate on MySpace blogs. Vaccine 2010;28(6):1535 View
  93. Lewandowsky S, Mann M, Brown N, Friedman H. Science and the public: Debate, denial, and skepticism. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 2016;4(2):537 View
  94. Xu Z, Guo H. Using Text Mining to Compare Online Pro- and Anti-Vaccine Headlines: Word Usage, Sentiments, and Online Popularity. Communication Studies 2018;69(1):103 View
  95. Middleton D, Zimmerman R, Troy J, Wolfe R. Keeping Up-to-Date with Immunization Practices. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2011;38(4):747 View
  96. Haas R. Autism and mitochondrial disease. Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 2010;16(2):144 View
  97. Nan X, Daily K. Biased Assimilation and Need for Closure: Examining the Effects of Mixed Blogs on Vaccine-Related Beliefs. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(4):462 View
  98. Meppelink C, Hendriks H, Trilling D, van Weert J, Shao A, Smit E. Reliable or not? An automated classification of webpages about early childhood vaccination using supervised machine learning. Patient Education and Counseling 2020 View
  99. Melovic B, Jaksic Stojanovic A, Vulic T, Dudic B, Benova E. The Impact of Online Media on Parents’ Attitudes toward Vaccination of Children—Social Marketing and Public Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(16):5816 View
  100. Cadeddu C, Daugbjerg S, Ricciardi W, Rosano A. Beliefs towards vaccination and trust in the scientific community in Italy. Vaccine 2020;38(42):6609 View
  101. Aechtner T. Distrust, danger, and confidence: A content analysis of the Australian Vaccination-Risks Network Blog. Public Understanding of Science 2021;30(1):16 View
  102. Featherstone J, Ruiz J, Barnett G, Millam B. Exploring childhood vaccination themes and public opinions on Twitter: A semantic network analysis. Telematics and Informatics 2020;54:101474 View
  103. Alawneh I, Saymeh A, Yasin A, Alawneh M, Al-Tatari H, Silva D. Vaccines Attitudes, Concerns, and Information Sources Reported by Parents of Young Children among North Palestinian Parents. Advances in Preventive Medicine 2020;2020:1 View
  104. Allington D, Buarque B, Barker Flores D. Antisemitic conspiracy fantasy in the age of digital media: Three ‘conspiracy theorists’ and their YouTube audiences. Language and Literature: International Journal of Stylistics 2021;30(1):78 View
  105. Tokojima Machado D, de Siqueira A, Gitahy L. Natural Stings: Selling Distrust About Vaccines on Brazilian YouTube. Frontiers in Communication 2020;5 View
  106. Reuben R, Aitken D, Freedman J, Einstein G, Idler E. Mistrust of the medical profession and higher disgust sensitivity predict parental vaccine hesitancy. PLOS ONE 2020;15(9):e0237755 View
  107. Xavier A, d'Orsi E, Wardle J, Demakakos P, Smith S, von Wagner C. Internet Use and Cancer-Preventive Behaviors in Older Adults: Findings from a Longitudinal Cohort Study. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 2013;22(11):2066 View
  108. Featherstone J, Zhang J. Feeling angry: the effects of vaccine misinformation and refutational messages on negative emotions and vaccination attitude. Journal of Health Communication 2020;25(9):692 View
  109. Chen L, Ling Q, Cao T, Han K. Mislabeled, fragmented, and conspiracy-driven: a content analysis of the social media discourse about the HPV vaccine in China. Asian Journal of Communication 2020;30(6):450 View
  110. Guess A, Nyhan B, O’Keeffe Z, Reifler J. The sources and correlates of exposure to vaccine-related (mis)information online. Vaccine 2020;38(49):7799 View
  111. Singh T, Roberts K, Cohen T, Cobb N, Wang J, Fujimoto K, Myneni S. Social Media as a Research Tool (SMaaRT) for Risky Behavior Analytics: Methodological Review. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2020;6(4):e21660 View
  112. Allington D, Duffy B, Wessely S, Dhavan N, Rubin J. Health-protective behaviour, social media usage and conspiracy belief during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Psychological Medicine 2020:1 View
  113. Grimes D, Brennan L, O'Connor R. Establishing a taxonomy of potential hazards associated with communicating medical science in the age of disinformation. BMJ Open 2020;10(7):e035626 View
  114. Volkman J, Hokeness K, Morse C, Viens A, Dickie A. Information source’s influence on vaccine perceptions: an exploration into perceptions of knowledge, risk and safety. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2021;14(1):50 View
  115. Resic A. Establishing and Maintaining a Vaccine-Positive Practice Culture. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2020;47(3):395 View
  116. van Schalkwyk F, Dudek J, Costas R. Communities of shared interests and cognitive bridges: the case of the anti-vaccination movement on Twitter. Scientometrics 2020;125(2):1499 View
  117. Vulpe S, Rughiniş C. Social amplification of risk and “probable vaccine damage”: A typology of vaccination beliefs in 28 European countries. Vaccine 2021;39(10):1508 View
  118. Milošević Đorđević J, Mari S, Vdović M, Milošević A. Links between conspiracy beliefs, vaccine knowledge, and trust: Anti-vaccine behavior of Serbian adults. Social Science & Medicine 2021;277:113930 View
  119. Guzoglu N, Daneshvar Z, Hamrang E, Kayisbudak I, Khasawneh H, Mahmoud O, Sani A, Sokmen G. General attitudes toward and awareness of vaccines among students at a university in Northern Cyprus. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2021:1 View
  120. Tkaczyszyn K, Kuchar E, Augustynowicz E, Szenborn L. The Impact of a Single Educational Lecture on the Vaccine Confidence among Pregnant Women and Young Mothers. Vaccines 2021;9(3):290 View
  121. Hansen J, Carpentier J, Martin R. COVID-19 : doit-on se faire vacciner ? Fantasme du risque et risque fantasmé. Médecine de Catastrophe - Urgences Collectives 2021;5(1):105 View
  122. Ullah I, Khan K, Tahir M, Ahmed A, Harapan H. Myths and conspiracy theories on vaccines and COVID-19: Potential effect on global vaccine refusals. Vacunas 2021 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Berman D, Dees P. Vaccinophobia and Vaccine Controversies of the 21st Century. View
  2. Johnson M, Sanders C, Rausch J. Asperger's Disorder. View
  3. Dubé È, Gagnon D. Confidence and Legitimacy in Health Information and Communication. View
  4. Angelo L. APhA’s Immunization Handbook, 3rd Edition. View
  5. Livingston K, Sutherland K, Sardi L. Technology, Communication, Disparities and Government Options in Health and Health Care Services. View
  6. Ahluwalia A, Huang A, Bandari R, Roychowdhury V. Social Informatics. View
  7. Reiss D. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society. View
  8. Langley D, Wijn R, Epskamp S, van Bork R. Blurring the Boundaries Through Digital Innovation. View
  9. Vivion M. Confidence and Legitimacy in Health Information and Communication. View
  10. Livingston K, Sutherland K, Sardi L. Technology, Communication, Disparities and Government Options in Health and Health Care Services. View