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Monitoring Real-time Spatial Public Health Discussions in the Context of Vaccine Hesitancy

Michael C. Smith, Mark Dredze, Sandra Crouse Quinn, David A. Broniatowski
2017 American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium  
This paper details a preliminary system of real-time geographical monitoring and analysis using the context of the vaccine-hesitancy discussion across the United States, a valuable backdrop for such a  ...  system because of the diverse and impactful nature of the vaccination discussions as they appear, change, and influence the public 12, 20 .  ...  Dredze has received consulting fees from Directing Medicine LLC and Sickweather LLC, who use social media for public health surveillance.  ... 
dblp:conf/amia/0001DQB17 fatcat:zye47h66wfarfc27iu7jmbb5tu

The Effects of Lifestyle on COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in the United States: An Analysis of Market Segmentation

Esra Ozdenerol, Jacob Seboly
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
High risk Lifestyle segments and their locations are clearly the areas in the U.S. where the public might benefit from a COVID-19 vaccine.  ...  The most effective predictor of vaccination hesitancy was Republican voting habits, with Republican counties less likely to take the vaccine.  ...  Several clusters of negative residuals (real vaccination rates higher Figure 5 indicates some spatial clustering in the model residuals.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19137732 pmid:35805391 pmcid:PMC9265792 fatcat:ouz4p7iazfhhjiuoqkefkoqvyy

Health Intelligence Atlas: A Core Tool for Public Health Intelligence

Gabriela M Wilson, Marion J Ball, Peter Szczesny, Samuel Haymann, Mark Polyak, Talmage Holmes, John S Silva
2021 Applied Clinical Informatics  
The scalable models of data sources, analyses, and smart hybrid data layer visualizations implemented in the HI-Atlas are the Health Intelligence tools designed to support real-time proactive planning  ...  and monitoring for COVID-19 vaccine preparedness and distribution in counties and states.  ...  It uses smart hybrid health intelligence layers that enable the extraction of the most relevant information designed to support real-time proactive planning and monitoring for COVID-19 vaccine preparedness  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0041-1735973 pmid:34614518 pmcid:PMC8494526 fatcat:ntyeb5c2lzayzjy4sfenebjhr4

Public Perceptions of COVID-19 Vaccines: Policy Implications from US Spatiotemporal Sentiment Analytics

G G Md Nawaz Ali, Md Mokhlesur Rahman, Md Amjad Hossain, Md Shahinoor Rahman, Kamal Chandra Paul, Jean-Claude Thill, Jim Samuel
2021 Healthcare  
In this study, we perform sentiment analytics on vaccine tweets, monitor changes in public sentiment over time, contrast vaccination sentiment scores with actual vaccination data from the US CDC and the  ...  , negative sentiment towards COVID-19 vaccines still persists among segments of people who are hesitant towards the vaccine.  ...  The spatial representation of vaccine hesitancy in Figure 15 indicates that many counties in Western states, parts of the Midwest, and parts of the South have a higher incidence of vaccine hesitancy  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9091110 pmid:34574884 pmcid:PMC8465389 fatcat:lc4jnhb5jbhk7nd4cxnc4k23ne

Countering vaccine hesitancy through immunization information systems, a narrative review

Vincenza Gianfredi, Massimo Moretti, Pier Luigi Lopalco
2019 Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics  
Immunization is one of the most important public health interventions to contrast infectious disease; however, many people nowadays refuse vaccination.  ...  Vaccine hesitancy (VH) is due to several factors that influence the complex decision-making process. Information technology tools might play an important role in vaccination programs.  ...  Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21645515.2019.1599675 pmid:30932725 pmcid:PMC6930057 fatcat:t2rlrilll5djdkm2fb4d34iqzy

Post-vaccination healthcare attendance rate as a proxy measure for syndromic surveillance of adverse events following immunisation

Yonatan Moges Mesfin, Allen C Cheng, Joanne Enticott, Jock Lawrie, Jim Buttery
2021 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health  
Implications for public health: Vaccine safety monitoring using syndromic indicator has the potential to augment the existing surveillance systems as part of an integrated vaccine safety monitoring approach  ...  However, in the absence of historical AEFI signals, increased rates of post-vaccination GP consultations were identified in three of the eight influenza vaccination years.  ...  The authors would like to thank Outcome Health for providing data. Funding: This research did not receive a specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1753-6405.13052 pmid:33617131 fatcat:ze2sukqexvac3fyi3jfygmg7ke

The Globalization of Risk and Risk Perception

Heidi Larson, Pauline Brocard Paterson, Ngozi Erondu
2012 Drug Safety  
points in time, especially when amplified through the iInternet and other modes of global communication.  ...  This article examines the globalization of risk perceptions and their impacts, including the example of measles and the globalization of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine risk perceptions, and calls  ...  of crises in public confidence in vaccines.  ... 
doi:10.2165/11635880-000000000-00000 pmid:23061781 fatcat:lnbjfp6sobappoabimhpg6nctq

Mapping global trends in vaccine confidence and investigating barriers to vaccine uptake: a large-scale retrospective temporal modelling study

Alexandre de Figueiredo, Clarissa Simas, Emilie Karafillakis, Pauline Paterson, Heidi J Larson
2020 The Lancet  
We used a Bayesian multinomial logit Gaussian process model to produce estimates of public perceptions towards the safety, importance, and effectiveness of vaccines.  ...  To our knowledge, this is the largest study of global vaccine confidence to date, allowing for cross-country comparisons and changes over time.  ...  HJL and PP are afliated to the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Protection Research Unit in Immunisation at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in partnership with Public  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(20)31558-0 pmid:32919524 pmcid:PMC7607345 fatcat:j2koclegtbg33i347bivpbdfum

Crowdbreaks: Tracking Health Trends Using Public Social Media Data and Crowdsourcing

Martin M. Müller, Marcel Salathé
2019 Frontiers in Public Health  
process in the public health domain.  ...  real time.  ...  Mohanty for valuable discussions and help regarding the technical aspects of this project. Thanks also to Chloé Allémann for comments and Laura Symul for advice on visualization.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2019.00081 pmid:31037238 pmcid:PMC6476276 fatcat:fas5veu2mjahrcvmjbtawpbo6i

Putting public health infrastructures to the test: introducing HPV vaccination in Austria and the Netherlands

Katharina T. Paul, Iris Wallenburg, Roland Bal
2017 Sociology of Health and Illness  
In both contexts, we find prevention and screening to be at once complementary and competing public health logics and we draw on the concept of 'infrastructure' to understand their roles in shaping the  ...  reception of the vaccine.  ...  Supporting information Additional Supporting Information may be found in the online version of this article: Appendix: List of interviews.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12595 pmid:28718520 fatcat:nxa6fqhy4vfkppfm5gjkshllmy

Public Attitudes and Factors of COVID-19 Testing Hesitancy in the United Kingdom and China: Comparative Infodemiology Study

Leesa Lin, Yi Song, Qian Wang, Jialu Pu, Fiona Yueqian Sun, Yixuan Zhang, Xinyu Zhou, Heidi J Larson, Zhiyuan Hou
2021 JMIR infodemiology  
Adapted from the World Health Organization's 3C Model of Vaccine Hesitancy, we employed social listening analysis examining key factors of COVID-19 testing hesitancy (confidence, complacency, convenience  ...  Descriptive analysis, time trends, geographical mapping, and chi-squared tests were performed to assess the temporal, spatial, and sociodemographic characteristics that determine the difference in attitudes  ...  time they were sent.  ... 
doi:10.2196/26895 pmid:34541460 pmcid:PMC8404307 fatcat:fixynvoqxrgjbabbwo2vzzbojq

Accessibility of Vaccination Centers in COVID-19 Outbreak Control: A GIS-Based Multi-Criteria Decision Making Approach

Kadir Diler Alemdar, Ömer Kaya, Muhammed Yasin Çodur, Tiziana Campisi, Giovanni Tesoriere
2021 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Site selection of vaccination centres is a major challenge for the health sector in metropolitan cities due to the dense population and high number of daily cases.  ...  The most important protective measure in the pandemic process is a vaccine. The logistics and administration of the vaccine are as important as its production.  ...  Data Availability Statement: Data available in a publicly accessible repository. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi10100708 fatcat:3dokb2zol5ce5fw2nksx3msxiu

Citizen trust, administrative capacity and administrative burden in Pakistan's immunization program

Sameen A. Mohsin Ali, Samia W Altaf
2021 Journal of Behavioral Public Administration  
burden to explain vaccine hesitancy in Pakistan.  ...  Based on a year of mixed methods research in district Kasur in Punjab, Pakistan, we focus on vaccination as a site of interaction between citizens and the state and apply the concept of administrative  ...  The purpose was to triangulate the findings of the survey and to develop a more nuanced, contextualized understanding of immunization programs and health provision in general. Ali & Altaf, 2021  ... 
doi:10.30636/jbpa.41.184 fatcat:cmedazyysfajlc5m4udxdnpsam

Estimating the impact of interventions against COVID-19: From lockdown to vaccination

James Thompson, Stephen Wattam, Martin Chtolongo Simuunza
2021 PLoS ONE  
When vaccinating in the midst of an outbreak, the challenge is more difficult. In this context, we investigate the impact of vaccine efficacy, capacity, hesitancy and strategy.  ...  The model is highly heterogeneous, featuring spatial clustering, over 2000 behavioural types and a 10 minute time resolution.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Dr. Christian Selinger for several useful discussions and for drawing our attention to the generation time as a quantity of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0261330 pmid:34919576 pmcid:PMC8683038 fatcat:mm4s7z5yrrgl3evssvbprc543q

Evidence-Based Preparedness for Post COVID-19 [chapter]

Yayehyirad Kitaw, Mirgissa Kaba
2021 Evidence-Based Approaches to Effectively Respond to Public Health Emergencies [Working Title]  
In spite of skepticisms at various levels, the COVID-19 pandemic posed unprecedented impact on global health and economy.  ...  The immediate focus of preparedness is coordination of interventions where evidence generation, policy making, public and private sector as well as community engagement is required to contain the current  ...  Vaccine hesitancy has, to date, been low in Ethiopia [90, 91] , but measures should be taken to ward off the global trend of vaccine hesitancy and politicization [73, 92] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.96931 fatcat:a6d3yfvqjfddvdgerxevrrhe7i
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