In Need of a Booster: How to Improve Childhood Vaccination Coverage in Canada - Full ReportOrganization: C.D. Howe Institute
"Recent outbreaks of infectious disease are a troubling reminder of insufficient vaccination coverage in many communities across Canada. These outbreaks should renew efforts in policies and programs that can expand vaccination coverage, especially among young children. There is also a good economic case. Evidence shows that public funds spent on childhood measles, mumps and rubella immunization results in major cost savings from reduced visits to healthcare providers, fewer hospitalizations and premature deaths, as well as reduced time off by parents to care for sick children". - In Need of a Booster: How to Improve Childhood Vaccination Coverage in Canada
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Product Type: Report
Category:Vaccination Decision Making,Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake,Understanding Acceptance and Uptake,Monitoring and Surveillance,Vaccine Monitoring and Surveillance,Vaccination Coverage and Goals Vaccination Decision Making
Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake
Understanding Acceptance and Uptake
Monitoring and Surveillance
Vaccine Monitoring and Surveillance
Vaccination Coverage and Goals
Population: Children (All)
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