Vaccination: Perceptions, Attitudes and Behaviour

This research project explored the complex and context-specific influences which shape parental decision-making regarding vaccinating their children, and the emergence of values-based, rather than facts-based, approaches which aim to increase vaccine uptake.​​

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The introduction of vaccines has arguably had the greatest positive impact on health and health care worldwide, alongside clean water. Why then, does this topic cause such a continuum of views and attitudes within our society?

This research project explored the complex and context-specific influences which shape parental decision-making regarding vaccinating their children, and the emergence of values-based, rather than facts-based, approaches which aim to increase vaccine uptake.​​

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Principal investigator

PhB Researcher

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Associate Professor
Associate Director Education
Honours Convenor