vaccine hesitancy

The Precautionary Principle The Precautionary Principle has been adapted by the European Union (EU) and is being used more frequently in the US.
The survey was completed in the San Francisco Bay area, comparing about 3900 randomly selected households and 2500 healthcare workers who are agreed to bi-monthly testing for COVID-19.
Certainly, healthcare workers, and that includes physicians, nurses, all the clinical support staff, and all the infrastructure staff (yes, including administrators), are working in higher-risk conditions.
Seven vaccine candidates are expected to pass FDA muster in the next months.
The public sphere is inundated with malicious messages about those who are fearful of or resistant to vaccination. Low hanging fruit that includes name-calling to overtly aggressive, vicious attacks abound (e.g.
The media trope “if it bleeds, it leads” is at play in undermining accurate messages with respect to the status of vaccine compliance. A fear-based technique intended to capture the audience by news outlets is, sadly, a tried-and-true one.
A multidisciplinary team from Texas just published their work in PLOS Medicine on U.S.
Though the current buzzword in healthcare is “patient-centered,” it appears our “thought leaders” instead tend to subscribe to more paternalistic endeavors to control – oops!