Acceptability of Parental Financial Incentives and Quasi-Mandatory Interventions for Preschool Vaccinations: Triangulation of Findings from Three Linked Studies

@inproceedings{Adams2016AcceptabilityOP,
  title={Acceptability of Parental Financial Incentives and Quasi-Mandatory Interventions for Preschool Vaccinations: Triangulation of Findings from Three Linked Studies},
  author={Jean Adams and Rebekah Jayne McNaughton and Sarah Wigham and Darren Flynn and Laura Ternent and Janet S Shucksmith},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Childhood vaccinations are a core component of public health programmes globally. Recent measles outbreaks in the UK and USA have prompted debates about new ways to increase uptake of childhood vaccinations. Parental financial incentives and quasi-mandatory interventions (e.g. restricting entry to educational settings to fully vaccinated children) have been successfully used to increase uptake of childhood vaccinations in developing countries, but there is limited evidence of… CONTINUE READING
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