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FRANCESCO VITALE

Esculapio: A project to elaborate strategies and actions of multi-purpose health communication on vaccine preventable infectious diseases in order to increase vaccination coverage in the population

  • Autori: Bechini, A.; Bonanni, P.; Moscadelli, A.; Lauri, S.; Tiscione, E.; Levi, M.; Prato, R.; Fortunato, F.; Martinelli, D.; Gasparini, R.; Panatto, D.; Amicizia, D.; Coppola, R.; Pellizzari, B.; Tabacchi, G.; Costantino, C.; Casuccio, A.; Vitale, F.; Iannazzo, S.; Boccalini, S.
  • Anno di pubblicazione: 2019
  • Tipologia: Articolo in rivista

Abstract

ESCULAPIO Project, funded by the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CCM) of the Italian Ministry of Health, for the program 2013, aims at increasing awareness on vaccine preventable infectious diseases (VPID) and vaccination in different targets of population and at spreading the culture of prevention by the development of information/training interventions on VPID. In Tuscany Region (Central Italy), educational courses on VPID in high schools were organized and students were stimulated to prepare informative materials on VPID for lower grade school pupils. Educational games for school pupils were realized in Liguria Region (Northern Italy) with the aim to increase awareness and knowledge of vaccination among primary school children, their families, and teachers. The Sicilian Operative Unit (OU) developed and validated a questionnaire to collect data on the main factors influencing vaccine uptake in a population from Southern Italy and spreading information on vaccines to the general population. Aim of the activities performed in Apulia Region (Southern Italy) was to collect, directly from the public, a set of issues to which people were more “sensitive,” in order to perceive the dimension of informative needs and the misinformation in the field of vaccinations. A toll-free telephone line to answer questions on VPID was also the aim of the Apulian activities. The objective of the OU of Sardinia (Southern Italy) was to increase knowledge on VPID and adher-ticular subgroup of the general population: new or future parents. The activities of Veneto Region aimed also at realizing individual interviews with parents and/or home visit, if considered useful, for families not respondents to the active ordinary call.

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