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Health workers and vaccination coverage in developing countries: an econometric analysis

Lancet

Apr 17, 2007

Sudhir Anand, Till Bärnighausen

Abstract

Vaccine-preventable diseases cause more than 1 million deaths among children in developing countries every year. Although health workers are needed to do vaccinations, the role of human resources for health as a determinant of vaccination coverage at the population level has not been in...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
Variolation
Population Program Specialists
Pertussis
Vaccines
Human Development
Pertussis Vaccine
Illiteracy
Immunization Domain
Teens
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Health workers and vaccination coverage in developing countries: an econometric analysis

Lancet

Apr 17, 2007

Sudhir Anand, Till Bärnighausen

PMID: 17434403

DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(07)60599-6

Abstract

Vaccine-preventable diseases cause more than 1 million deaths among children in developing countries every year. Although health workers are needed to do vaccinations, the role of human resources for health as a determinant of vaccination coverage at the population level has not been in...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Biochemical Pathway
Variolation
Population Program Specialists
Pertussis
Vaccines
Human Development
Pertussis Vaccine
Illiteracy
Immunization Domain
Teens
216

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