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  1. The authors conducted a systematic review of qualitative studies investigating parental perceptions and expectations regarding health communication efforts (context: vaccination). The authors concluded that “parents want clear, timely and balanced information, but that they often find this information to be lacking” (Ames & Glenton, 2017, p. 3). More details about the key findings etc. can be found in the insightful abstract. OPEN ACCESS
  2. In a two-stage approach, the authors developed a ‘Communicate to vaccinate’ taxonomy. This taxonomy may help health authorities to map their potential communication strategies to increase vaccination uptake within the population. The final tool summarizes promising communicational interventions to increase the overall vaccination coverage in a very practical way. OPEN ACCESS
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