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CASE 5 OUTCOMES RESEARCH FOR MILITARY VACCINATION POLICY:THE US ARMY ACCESSION SCREENING AND IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM

S Ford, H Hughes, R Nevin
2007 Value in Health  
The goal of this analysis was to develop an economic and clinical outcomes model that would inform immunization policy decisions.  ...  care (e.g., physicians, health care providers, decision makers, government), and 2) evidence was not only key to designing a new continuum, but also required as proof of concept and ongoing system monitoring  ...  The goal of this analysis was to develop an economic and clinical outcomes model that would inform immunization policy decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1098-3015(10)69139-5 fatcat:iqsxbqwilfhttkiiw5vczu7cqe

The imperative for stronger vaccine supply and logistics systems

Michel Zaffran, Jos Vandelaer, Debra Kristensen, Bjørn Melgaard, Prashant Yadav, K.O. Antwi-Agyei, Heidi Lasher
2013 Vaccine  
The environmental impact of energy, materials, and processes used in immunization systems is minimized. Immunization information systems enable better and more timely decision-making.  ...  Vaccine products and packaging are designed to meet the needs of developing countries. Immunization supply systems support efficient and effective vaccine delivery.  ...  Conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2012.11.036 pmid:23598495 fatcat:esa6ylokybdrzpc4cjungszwma

A Research Agenda for Malaria Eradication: Vaccines

2011 PLoS Medicine  
A target product profile (TPP) for VIMT is proposed and a research agenda to address current knowledge gaps and develop tools necessary for design and development of VIMT is presented. settings (entomological  ...  Continued support for these efforts is essential, but if malaria vaccines are to be used as part of a repertoire of tools for elimination or eradication of malaria, they will need to have an impact on  ...  Once an immune correlate for protection is identified, it can be used for decision making in clinical development.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000398 pmid:21311586 pmcid:PMC3026701 fatcat:3ibo4utshveanhqceaxdu2vfdi

The Supporting Independent Immunization and Vaccine Advisory Committees (SIVAC) Initiative: A country-driven, multi-partner program to support evidence-based decision making

Kamel Senouci, Julia Blau, Batmunkh Nyambat, Papa Coumba Faye, Lara Gautier, Alfred Da Silva, Michael O. Favorov, John D. Clemens, Philippe Stoeckel, Brad D. Gessner
2010 Vaccine  
Multiple health priorities, limited human resources and logistical capacities, as well as expensive vaccines with limited funds available increase the need for evidence-based decision making in immunization  ...  The aim of the Supporting Independent Immunization and Vaccine Advisory Committees (SIVAC) Initiative is to support countries in the establishment or strengthening of National Immunization Technical Advisory  ...  The authors would like to thank Antoine Durupt for his input.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2010.02.028 pmid:20412992 fatcat:5sdseq7syjed7jftsqo67v57pi

The Global HIV/AIDS Vaccine Enterprise: Scientific Strategic Plan

2005 PLoS Medicine  
Special thanks are given to the Co-Chairs of the different Working Groups of the Enterprise that provided invaluable insights and recommendations for the development of this document (L. Corey, G.  ...  Whitworth for their valuable comments and suggestions.  ...  models, applies new knowledge to improvements in vaccine design in an iterative manner, and supports a transparent process for decision making in all aspects of vaccine discovery, design, development,  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0020025 pmid:15740411 pmcid:PMC544553 fatcat:u4uaq5nvdngn5fxnl75tuzmnpm

The Value(s) of Vaccination: Building the Scientific Evidence According to a Value-Based Healthcare Approach

Giovanna Elisa Calabro', Elettra Carini, Alessia Tognetto, Irene Giacchetta, Ester Bonanno, Marco Mariani, Walter Ricciardi, Chiara de Waure
2022 Frontiers in Public Health  
Furthermore, the majority of papers addressed the technical value by looking only at classical methods for economic assessment of vaccinations whereas very few dealt with societal and allocative pillars.ConclusionsEstimating  ...  An in-depth analysis was performed on studies addressing value as key element.ResultsOverall, 107 studies were considered.  ...  The result was the issuing of recommendations for research, decision-making, and public engagement to drive a value-based decision-making on vaccination (69) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2022.786662 pmid:35359753 pmcid:PMC8963736 fatcat:eyoacezqefek5fe7efqt4ukj5i

Clustering and Prediction Analysis of the Coordinated Development of China's Regional Economy Based on Immune Genetic Algorithm

Yang Yang, Wei Wang
2021 Complexity  
an improved algorithm for genetic algorithm-adaptive immune genetic algorithm.  ...  According to the characteristics of the model, an improved immune genetic algorithm is designed to solve the problem, and the effectiveness of the immune genetic algorithm is verified through an example  ...  value. e introduction of the adaptive concept can make the two parameters p c and p m change with the fitness of the population.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5590631 fatcat:lrk7x4b4rrcjjidfwkufdd3fzq

Global Vaccine and Immunization Research Forum: Opportunities and challenges in vaccine discovery, development, and delivery

Andrew Q. Ford, Nancy Touchette, B. Fenton Hall, Angela Hwang, Joachim Hombach
2016 Vaccine  
develop state-of-the-art technologies to produce and maintain standards for regulatory decision 355 making.  ...  meetings were highlighted as key goals 328 to ensure that the best approaches are used for both product development and regulatory decision 329 making. 330 For example, participants discussed the challenges  ...  vision to extend the benefits of immunization to all people.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.11.038 pmid:26626210 fatcat:ejd3dnsqqjh2tha2nicyj3upcu

Dengue Human Infection Model: Introduction

M. C. Cassetti, S. J. Thomas
2014 Journal of Infectious Diseases  
All authors have submitted the ICMJE Form for Disclosure of Potential Conflicts of Interest. Conflicts that the editors consider relevant to the content of the manuscript have been disclosed.  ...  These processes are not well understood, making it difficult to predict what a protective immune response may be and to make vaccine development decisions [4, 5] .  ...  In 2011, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) and the National Institutes of Health cosponsored a workshop designed to reintroduce the DHIM concept.  ... 
doi:10.1093/infdis/jiu061 pmid:24872393 pmcid:PMC4048991 fatcat:q4bqnlldbfb4plwv26cls5qa2u

Article Commentary: Clinical Decision Support for Immunizations (CDSi): A Comprehensive, Collaborative Strategy

Noam H. Arzt
2016 Biomedical Informatics Insights  
SUPPLEMENT: Use of Biomedical informatics for improving Vaccine Uptake and adherence CITATIoN: arzt. clinical decision support for immunizations (cdsi): a comprehensive, collaborative strategy.  ...  support technologies for immunizations (CDSi) in both the public health and clinical communities, with an emphasis on shareable solutions.  ...  While computer-based clinical decision support (CDS) can be an effective strategy for improving the quality of care, many clinical information systems either lack CDS or are slow to keep their CDS in line  ... 
doi:10.4137/bii.s40204 pmid:27789956 pmcid:PMC5072461 fatcat:mfcpgitmpffilf4grwra4yjcjm

Communication for Social Mobilization: An Evaluative Study of the National Immunization Campaign in Nigeria

Grade Imoh
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
This study critically evaluates the communication strategies used in the campaign for social mobilization for the National Programme on Immunization in Nigeria.  ...  Findings show that the mass campaign strategy proved to be the most effective strategy for reaching both rural and urban dwellers and specific groups with immunization messages.  ...  Social Mobilization: An Evaluative Study Of The National Immunization www.iosrjournals.org  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-1367888 fatcat:gpyfg5gwrbfwlgnaokgpdeq4xq

Immuno-Oncology Medicines: Policy Implications and Economic Considerations

Georges Adunlin, Jenny Dong, Maisha Kelly Freeman
2019 INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy  
Among these strategies, value-based pricing (VBP) for innovative drugs dominates the headlines in the field of oncology.  ...  value of novel cancer therapies; (iii) to assess the methodological challenges associated with the economic evaluation of cancer immunotherapy.  ...  High-quality economic evaluation plays a major role in decision making.  ... 
doi:10.24926/iip.v10i3.1799 pmid:34007565 pmcid:PMC8127089 fatcat:c6p5ghrdmrfwxcf2giot3udmge

HIV Vaccine Development: Strategies for Preclinical and Clinical Investigation

Stuart Z. Shapiro
2013 AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses  
Strategies for making better use of animal models are presented as an alternative to iterative exploratory clinical efficacy testing.  ...  Not making a preventive vaccine against HIV infection is simply not an option because eradication of AIDS will require a preventive vaccine.  ...  Acknowledgments The author greatly thanks all his co-workers in the Division of AIDS for the many vibrant discussions over the past dozen years that have honed this perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1089/aid.2012.0337 pmid:23379343 pmcid:PMC3809608 fatcat:ubd7h727djei7jyhxwvqazdfae

Double Push Strategy of Knowledge for Product Design Based on Complex Network Theory

Xue-rui Li, Sui-huai Yu, Jian-jie Chu, Deng-kai Chen, Lin-jian Wu
2017 Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society  
We develop a double push strategy of product design knowledge to implement the effective auxiliary function for product design process.  ...  Based on complex network theory, this study proposes a double push strategy of knowledge for product design.  ...  Double Push Strategy of Knowledge for Product Design.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/2078626 fatcat:ax2y4ocx2zct3bnfvdhoxsjqku

Report explaining the regulatory procedures, their scientific requirements, priorities and decision-making pathways regarding the use of medicines in pregnancy and lactation (D6.2)

Corinne Devries, Christine Allan, Dipak Kalra
2021 Zenodo  
This deliverable builds on information gathered in Deliverable 6.1 in the space of engaging with Regulators and outlines the steps being proposed within ConcePTION as we look to engage with the regulatory  ...  It also summarizes the work that has been done in producing a project-wide Glossary that has been developed for consortium wide use.  ...  WP6 Evaluation: where we are as a consortium on topic of Qualification Advice An ‘SWOT’ type evaluation of ConcePTION outcomes has been carried out.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5829344 fatcat:hqdf5hckzreavjtscaharmlium
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