BMC Public Health
(Accessed 16 Mar 2019)
Social inequities in vaccination coverage among infants and pre-school children in Europe and Australia – a systematic review
Herd immunity levels of vaccine uptake are still not reached in some high-income countries, usually in countries with persisting social inequities in uptake. Previous studies have focused on factors within one health care system. This study takes a broader health care systems approach by reviewing the socioeconomic distribution of vaccination coverage on the national level in light of structural and organizational differences of primary care for children.
Authors: Arzu Arat, Bo Burström, Viveca Östberg and Anders Hjern
Citation: BMC Public Health 2019 19:290
Published on: 12 March 2019