New paper is out on the effect of MMR-autism misbeliefs on intentions to use Zika vaccine is out now in Journal of Public Health

April 3, 2018

Our study, surveying 3,337 Americans found that the misbelief about MMR and autism may reduce people’s intentions to use a new Zika vaccine. However, perceptions of severity of and vulnerability to Zika may increase intentions. Implications for science educators and public health officials are discussed.

 

Read the full paper here.

 

 

 

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