Assessing Contacts' Decision Making on Reducing the Risk of Pertussis Transmission to Newborns Through Immunisation
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Last updated:20th Jun 2013
This study aims to establish an effective method to inform parents or close relatives of newborns about the risk of pertussis transmission to newborns and the advantages offered by the cocooning strategy (vaccinating those who are in close contact with the newborn) by assessing the factors that affect the parents' decision-making to accept pertussis immunisation.
|Study start date||2013-06-20|