2010 Pandemic Vaccination Survey: summary results – AIHW – 10 September 2010

Posted on September 10, 2010. Filed under: Infectious Diseases | Tags: , , |

2010 Pandemic Vaccination Survey: summary results – AIHW – 10 September 2010

“This report presents results from the 2010 Pandemic Vaccination Survey conducted in January and February 2010 by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. The report provides estimates of swine flu vaccination uptake by Australians, along with the motivation for, and barriers to, vaccination. The survey showed that the swine flu vaccine uptake as of February 2010 was estimated at 18.1% (or about 3.9 million people). Some of the reasons why people wanted to get vaccinated include the seriousness of swine flu (24.7%), doctor’s advice (16.8%), employment-related reasons (13.7%) and being in an ‘at risk’ group (10.9%).”

Authored by AIHW.

Published 10 September 2010; ISBN-13 978-1-74249-056-4; AIHW cat. no. PHE 128; 44pp

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