Tag: Childhood Immunisation

Childhood immunisation can be a contentious political issue in many countries, despite the prevalent acceptance of the benefits as a public health measure. The phenomenon of ‘immunisation hesitancy’, where parents worry about ingredients and safety or believe that their children might not need immunisation because they live healthy lifestyles is becoming a common feature.

Childhood Immunisation

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Impact of the Rise of Noncommunicable Diseases on Health Systems
Nursing Assignments
Introduction: The rise of NCDs necessitates a range of adjustments by health systems. Please discuss this statement, with reference to a particular country or region. Introduction Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), a... Last modified: 22nd Jun 2020

Evaluation of Childhood Immunisation Programmes in New Zealand
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction Childhood immunisation can be a contentious political issue in many countries (Smith et al., 2019), despite the prevalent acceptance of the benefits as a public health measure (cite bunch... Last modified: 7th May 2020

Analysis of Child Immunisation Programmes
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction Child immunisation programmes rank highly among the most successful public health interventions and are believed to have contributed substantially to the overall increase in life expecta... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Immunisation Infection Disease
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Immunisation has been continually confirmed in both research trials and in the field to be one of the most successful medical interventions we have to avert disease. As Mims et al (2004: 513) outlines... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Understanding Diversity in Beliefs about Health
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Understanding diversity in beliefs about health Getting your child vaccinated is a choice every parent has to make. There are many attitudes, beliefs and perspectives on the topic. This essay will be... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020