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Vaccine Search Patterns Provide Insights into Vaccination Intent [article]

Sean Malahy, Mimi Sun, Keith Spangler, Jessica Leibler, Kevin Lane, Shailesh Bavadekar, Chaitanya Kamath, Akim Kumok, Yuantong Sun, Jai Gupta, Tague Griffith, Adam Boulanger (+11 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We sought to evaluate whether trends in internet searches related to COVID-19 vaccination - as reflected by Google's Vaccine Search Insights (VSI) index - could be used as a marker of population-level  ...  These results suggest that the VSI index may be useful as a leading indicator of population-level interest in or intent to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine, especially early in the vaccine deployment efforts.  ...  and provide novel insights into where new vaccination efforts may be particularly impactful.  ... 
arXiv:2111.11424v1 fatcat:b6eo5icfn5hntkee6daujrmaqm

A Rapid Systematic Review of Factors Influencing COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake in Minority Ethnic Groups in the UK

Atiya Kamal, Ava Hodson, Julia M. Pearce
2021 Vaccines  
A search was undertaken in peer-reviewed databases, polling websites and grey literature from January 2020–May 2021.  ...  To maximise the effectiveness of the vaccination programme, it is important to understand and address disparities in vaccine uptake.  ...  Further insight into the barriers and facilitators experienced by different groups will support localised, targeted responses to vaccine concerns.  ... 
doi:10.3390/vaccines9101121 pmid:34696228 fatcat:l6rkf733ejf55nlfuasrgckoqa

Big Data Usage Patterns in the Health Care Domain: A Use Case Driven Approach Applied to the Assessment of Vaccination Benefits and Risks

H. Liyanage, S. de Lusignan, S-T. Liaw, C. E. Kuziemsky, F. Mold, P. Krause, D. Fleming, S. Jones
2014 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Method: We reviewed the literature on the use of big data to improve health, applied to generic vaccine use cases, that illustrate benefits and risks of vaccination.  ...  We used flu vaccination and pre-school childhood immunisation as exemplars.  ...  Crowdsourcing might also provide valuable insights into transmission.  ... 
doi:10.15265/iy-2014-0016 pmid:25123718 pmcid:PMC4287086 fatcat:fpqmhfftjrfhhimycgefawz26a

Parental Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviours towards Human Papillomavirus Vaccination for Their Children: A Systematic Review from 2001 to 2011

Kristina Trim, Naushin Nagji, Laurie Elit, Katherine Roy
2012 Obstetrics and Gynecology International  
The same pattern is seen with parents whose children received the HPV vaccine (peak at 84% in 2010 and now 36% in 2011) or the intention to vaccinate (peak at 80% in 2008 and now 41% in 2011).Conclusions  ...  Searches were conducted using electronic databases limited to published studies between 2001 and 2011.Findings.  ...  gain insight into the potential impact of differences such as vaccine availability, media attention, attitudes about vaccines in general, and knowledge about HPV and influencing acceptance of vaccine:  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/921236 pmid:21977039 pmcid:PMC3184497 fatcat:3cvkbofdmjhn7droskwhtbqhku

Predicting COVID-19 Vaccination Intention: The Determinants of Vaccine Hesitancy

Nuno Fernandes, Daniela Costa, Diogo Costa, José Keating, Joana Arantes
2021 Vaccines  
Thus, public policy decision makers may use these insights for predicting vaccine hesitancy and designing effective vaccination communication strategies.  ...  Our main goal was to investigate people's intention to be vaccinated and their intentions to vaccinate their children.  ...  We hope that our findings can provide public policy managers with powerful insights into predicting and avoiding widespread COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.  ... 
doi:10.3390/vaccines9101161 pmid:34696269 pmcid:PMC8538665 fatcat:jdzljoxxb5gmra7yt43ikijyl4

Disparities in H1N1 Vaccination Rates: a Systematic Review and Evidence Synthesis to Inform COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

Chelsea K. Ayers, Karli K. Kondo, Beth E. Williams, Devan Kansagara, Shailesh M. Advani, Mia Smith, Sarah Young, Somnath Saha
2021 Journal of general internal medicine  
We searched English-language articles in MEDLINE ALL, PsycINFO, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials from database inception through May 8, 2020.  ...  to share vaccine information; and address concerns about vaccine safety and efficacy.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors would like to acknowledge Robin Paynter, MLIS, for conducting the searches for this review.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-021-06715-7 pmid:33791935 fatcat:hcqrf7s2pja6dlpls7pcbsvp64

Infodemiology and Infoveillance: Framework for an Emerging Set of Public Health Informatics Methods to Analyze Search, Communication and Publication Behavior on the Internet

Gunther Eysenbach
2009 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Moreover, analyzing how people search and navigate the Internet for health-related information, as well as how they communicate and share this information, can provide valuable insights into health-related  ...  Twitter for syndromic surveillance; detecting and quantifying disparities in health information availability; identifying and monitoring of public health relevant publications on the Internet (eg. anti-vaccination  ...  Query log data from search engines allow valuable insights into information needs and human behavior.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.1157 pmid:19329408 pmcid:PMC2762766 fatcat:k5z2n5vvt5bjletv2emonqtlau

Gardasil™ HPV vaccination: Surveillance of vaccine usage and adherence in a military population

Jane Shen-Gunther, Jessica J. Shank, Vulihn Ta
2011 Gynecologic Oncology  
Optimal HPV immunization efficacy is derived from vaccine adherence and HPV naivety. This study of qHPV adherence has provided insight into real-world suboptimal use post-marketing.  ...  To investigate the usage patterns and adherence rates with the quadrivalent HPV (qHPV) vaccine at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Methods.  ...  In conclusion, this study has provided insight into the real-world suboptimal use of Gardasil™ HPV vaccine.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ygyno.2011.07.094 pmid:21864887 fatcat:sqmarlekjjezzjpwua2dgvodm4

Disease Detection or Public Opinion Reflection? Content Analysis of Tweets, Other Social Media, and Online Newspapers During the Measles Outbreak in the Netherlands in 2013

Liesbeth Mollema, Irene Anhai Harmsen, Emma Broekhuizen, Rutger Clijnk, Hester De Melker, Theo Paulussen, Gerjo Kok, Robert Ruiter, Enny Das
2015 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Data extracted from online (social) media provide insight into the opinions that are at a certain moment salient among the public, which enables public health institutes to respond immediately and appropriately  ...  versus disease patterns.  ...  All authors contributed to the draft of the final manuscript; their remarks were discussed and processed into the final version that was approved by all authors. Conflicts of Interest None declared.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.3863 pmid:26013683 pmcid:PMC4468573 fatcat:orkatxbwtzfs7j6zfyt4adweeu

Monitoring stance towards vaccination in Twitter messages [article]

Florian Kunneman, Mattijs Lambooij, Albert Wong, Antal van den Bosch, Liesbeth Mollema
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Such a system makes it possible to monitor the ongoing stream of messages on social media, offering actionable insights into public hesitance with respect to vaccination.  ...  For Dutch Twitter messages that mention vaccination-related key terms, we annotated their stance and feeling in relation to vaccination (provided that they referred to this topic).  ...  To gain more insight into the behavior of both approaches, we applied them to 15,577 unlabeled tweets.  ... 
arXiv:1909.00338v1 fatcat:ywvi5w4qhzcedculnxtrbkneym

The Visual Vaccine Debate on Twitter: A Social Network Analysis

Elena Milani, Emma Weitkamp, Peter Webb
2020 Media and Communication  
Therefore, this study explored how images related to vaccination are shared on Twitter to gain insight into the communities and networks formed around their dissemination.  ...  against vaccinations.  ...  Density and modularity can provide insights into the connectivity within the same group and among different communities and clusters.  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v8i2.2847 fatcat:lah3ehoiujhjldaz3eninohafq

Vaccine preferences driving vaccine-decision making of different target groups: a systematic review of choice-based experiments

Marilyn Emma Diks, Mickael Hiligsmann, Ingeborg Maria van der Putten
2021 BMC Infectious Diseases  
Future research on vaccine preferences of health advisors and/or among target groups in low-resource settings would give insight into the generalizability of current findings.  ...  Methods Five electronic databases were searched on choice-based conjoint analysis studies or discrete choice experiments capturing vaccine preferences of children, adolescents, parents, adults and healthcare  ...  A clear and comprehensive overview of current SP literature was provided, which did not only give insight into the four main drivers of vaccine decision-making and the correspondence between vaccinees  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12879-021-06398-9 pmid:34454441 pmcid:PMC8397865 fatcat:lcig5bmjhrfvhchg55kgksxdry

A Systematic Review of the Literature

Kathleen M. White, Robin P. Newhouse, Julie Stanik-Hutt, Meg Johantgen
2010 Clinical Nurse Specialist?  
Indirectly, some studies provide some insight into mechanisms for promotional communications to influence public acceptance.  ...  Indirectly, some studies provide some insight into mechanisms for promotional communications to influence public acceptance.  ...  Sample search strategy Database: Maternity and Infant Care; Interface: OvidSP 1. "acellular pertussis".mp. 2. (aP adj2 (immuni#$ or vaccin$ or inocul$)).mp. 3.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.nur.0000348910.30608.44 fatcat:z3dukazoxzek7hoxaw636l4diy

Unresolved issues in risk communication research: the case of the H1N1 pandemic (2009-2011)

Clara Barrelet, Mathilde Bourrier, Claudine Burton-Jeangros, Mélinée Schindler
2013 Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses  
The 2009 H1N1 pandemic had considerable impact on risk perceptions, vaccination campaigns, and global health governance.  ...  This article reviews the current knowledge on the following issues: risk and pandemic perceptions; vaccination perceptions and practices; rumors and rumor propagation; and health risk communication.  ...  Risk and pandemic perceptions Case studies on H1N1 1-12 , H5N1, 1,13-21 and risks associated with mobile phones 22, 23 provide important insights on risk perceptions in general and pandemic influenza  ... 
doi:10.1111/irv.12090 pmid:24034495 pmcid:PMC5909386 fatcat:mwhgc6336belvpsd7hzt54wefy

Online Social Endorsement and Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in the United Kingdom

Andrew Chadwick, Johannes Kaiser, Cristian Vaccari, Daniel Freeman, Sinéad Lambe, Bao S. Loe, Samantha Vanderslott, Stephan Lewandowsky, Meghan Conroy, Andrew R. N. Ross, Stefania Innocenti, Andrew J. Pollard (+8 others)
2021 Social Media + Society  
of news and relying more on one's online networks of friends for information), predict the intention to encourage or discourage vaccination.  ...  Third, informative social media campaigns will provide super seekers with good resources to share, while also encouraging the social media dependent to browse away from social media platforms and visit  ...  But the moderation models provide deeper insight. The subjective meaning of the news-finds-me attitude may differ according to media diet-a possibility that has not previously been considered.  ... 
doi:10.1177/20563051211008817 fatcat:vxy7okil65b2fez3o3i4ua6jp4
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