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This qualitative study was conducted to describe motivations behind individuals’ decisions to participate – or not to participate – in the study.
Institutional trust and misinformation in the response to Institutional trust and misinformation in the response to the 2018–19 Ebola outbreak in North Kivu, DR Congo: a population-based survey
This study aimed to investigate the role of trust and misinformation on individual preventive behaviours during an outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD).
This brief summarises key socio-cultural issues related to the introduction of the vaccine. This rapid evidence brief conveys key considerations and immediate recommendations,particularly for community engagement.
This brief summarises key socio-cultural considerations concerning events related to death, burial, funerals (rites or ceremonies), and mourning in the context of the outbreak of Ebola in the DRC, June...
This study aims to determine the acceptability of a COVID-19 vaccine among healthcare workers in Saudi Arabia and the factors affecting their intention to accept the vaccine.
We present findings from a survey of the likelihood of vaccine acceptance from a sample of 13,426 respondents in 19 countries.
Intention to get vaccinations against COVID-19 in French healthcare workers during the first pandemic wave: a cross-sectional survey
This study aimed to determine COVID-19 vaccine acceptance rate in health care workers in France.
The objective of this study was to examine the willingness of adult residents in Greece to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.