Predictors of vaccination uptake for the 2009 influenza pandemic (H1N1) in Montreal


Work on vaccination timing and promotion largely precedes the 2009 pandemic. Post-pandemic studies examining the wide range of local vaccination efforts mostly have been limited to surveys assessing the role of administrative strategies, logistical challenges, and perceived deterrents of vaccination [1].


To assess the effectiveness of a Public Health automated phone campaign to increase vaccination uptake in targeted neighborhoods. To identify alternative predictors of variation in vaccination uptake, specifically to assess the association between vaccination uptake, and weather conditions and day-of-week.

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December, 2011

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