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Master Thesis

Les freins à la vaccination : approche sociétale

Abstract : Around us, there are dozens of dangerous infections whose only means of protection is vaccination. These diseases, which we are trying to eliminate or limit are still rife, particularly in France. So why challenge the immunization obligation when thousands of people suffer these infections each year on our territory? The purpose of this thesis is to try to identify these levers of refusal of vaccination, to know their source in order to propose possible solutions to the major public health problem created by this mistrust. Through a survey of 322 respondents, we were able to verify the existence both conscious and unconscious of many obstacles to the use of vaccination. They are born of controversies, personal episodes lived and have been maintained, sometimes for many years, leading today to a low confidence in these vaccines whose benefits have yet been proven. A key factor is responsible for this current controversial situation: misinformation. This conflict openly declared between anti-vaccination groups and health authorities in the broad sense is therefore about information, the signal that must reach the ears of the person who must make the decision to be vaccinated. Information, this crucial element that we, health professionals, must master and transmit to the hesitant person in demand, in the best way, at the best of times and the best possible quality.
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Paul Rudelle. Les freins à la vaccination : approche sociétale. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02465144⟩

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