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Master Thesis

Campagne de vaccination contre la Covid-19 : implication des associations SOS médecins et freins rencontrés

Abstract : Introduction : Like most general practitioners, the 1300 physicians of SOS Médecins were asked to participate in the vaccination campaign against Covid-19. The vaccination campaign took place in several ways, either at the vaccinodromes, at the SOS Médecins' offices or at home. This study aims to evaluate the involvement of SOS Médecins associations in the vaccination campaign and to identify the various obstacles encountered. Methods : Quantitative and descriptive study carried out via a practice survey distributed to all presidents of SOS Médecins associations in France. Data were collected retrospectively by a self-administered questionnaire. Results : 46 associations were included in the study. The majority of the associations participated in the vaccination campaign. Participation took place in vaccinodromes, within their SOS Médecins structure, but also in homes and in EHPAD. The main obstacles encountered were the media controversy surrounding the AstraZeneca vaccine and the lack of vaccine doses. Conclusion : Participation in the Covid-19 vaccination campaign by SOS Médecins was significant. It revealed the efficiency of vaccination in the vaccinodromes compared to the difficulty of organizing vaccination in the SOS Médecins offices (except for the structures 100% dedicated to vaccination).
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Tristan Le Gac. Campagne de vaccination contre la Covid-19 : implication des associations SOS médecins et freins rencontrés. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03485343⟩



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