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NISH (NITAG Support Hub) 2: Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy/confidence in Africa: Malawi (English)

This Library Guide contains published and unpublished information on vaccine hesitancy and related issues in the context of COVID-19 vaccination in Subsaharan Africa

Pubmed : Covid-19 AND "vaccination hesitancy" AND Malawi

Kunyenje, C.A., Chirwa, G.C., Mboma, S.M., Ng'ambi, W., Mnjowe, E., Nkhoma, D., Ngwira, L.G., Chawani, M.S., Chilima, B., Mitambo, C. and Crampin, A., 2023. COVID-19 vaccine inequity in African low-income countries. Frontiers in Public Health11, p.695.

Moucheraud C, Phiri K, Whitehead HS, Songo J, Lungu E, Chikuse E, Phiri S, van Oosterhout JJ, Hoffman RM. Uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine among healthcare workers in Malawi. International Health. 2022 Mar 16 (Not OA)

Kanyanda S, Markhof Y, Wollburg P, Zezza A. Acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from six national phone surveys. BMJ Open. 2021 Dec 15

Bono SA, Faria de Moura Villela E, Siau CS, Chen WS, Pengpid S, Hasan MT, Sessou P, Ditekemena JD, Amodan BO, Hosseinipour MC, Dolo H, Siewe Fodjo JN, Low WY, Colebunders R. Factors Affecting COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance: An International Survey among Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Vaccines (Basel). 2021 May 17

Bhopal, S. and Nielsen, M., 2021. Vaccine hesitancy in low-and middle-income countries: potential implications for the COVID-19 response. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 106(2), pp.113-114. Epub 2020 Sep 10. (Not OA)

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