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Impact du site MesVaccins.net et de son carnet de vaccination électronique sur la perception de la vaccination : enquête qualitative sur une population consultant en cabinet de médecine générale en Gironde

Abstract : Introduction: even if the vaccinal hesitancy tends to decrease, there are great expectations about information regarding vaccines. According to the last health barometer, more than a third of the interviewed persons claimed the use of internet, which makes it the second source of information as for vaccination. There is a strong link between web fetched information and a lesser vaccinal use. Aims: the main goal was to explore the changes induced by the use of the website MesVaccins.net and the electronic vaccination record in the patient’s perception of the vaccination. Method: a qualitative study using semi-directive interviews was conducted on twelve patients consulting general practitioners based in Gironde between April 2020 and March 2021. Results: the website Mesvaccin.net and the electronic vaccination record allowed a better understanding and compliance to the vaccination. They induced trust and reassurance, giving rise to behavioural adaptations. They allowed vaccinal update and empowerment thus improving the vaccinal compliance according to the participants. They also improved interactions with their doctors. Finally, for two of the interviewed, it has modified their perception of the vaccination and for one other it has consolidated it. Conclusion: the use of the website Mesvaccins.net and of the electronic vaccination record had a limited impact on the vaccinal perception but induced a change of information source and behaviour regarding vaccination. The improvement of the vaccinal compliance might be confirmed by a study assessing the website’s impact on the vaccination coverage.
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Anne-Sophie Duchier, Inès Samad. Impact du site MesVaccins.net et de son carnet de vaccination électronique sur la perception de la vaccination : enquête qualitative sur une population consultant en cabinet de médecine générale en Gironde. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03346871⟩

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