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Vaccination anti-grippale de 2008-2009 à 2011-2012 chez les médecins généralistes militaires français. Enquête par sondage

Abstract : Objectives and method. Survey the seasonal influenza vaccination status of French military general practitioners between 2008 and 2012 and the changes in influenza vaccination rates following the pandemic influenza A H1N1 by phone questionnaire.Results. 252 answers were analysed. The vaccination rates from the seasons 2008-2009 to 2011-2012 were respectively 86.9 %, 88.1 %, 83.7 %, 76.2 % and 93.3 % against the pandemic influenza in 2009. 75.4 % of the doctors declared to be immunized every year. The points in favor were mainly individual and highlighted the importance of the recommendations. The points in disfavour were in connection with the vaccine safety and efficiency. Young doctors were more vaccinated.Conclusion. The coverage rates were higher for military physicians than for civilian general practitioners homologs. However the reduction in vaccination rates in 2010 and 2011 is troubling and was probably connected to the unefficient promotion during the campaign against the pandemic influenza. The influenza vaccination policy has to convince on its interest and safety to get ready against a future pandemic
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Guillaume Ollivier. Vaccination anti-grippale de 2008-2009 à 2011-2012 chez les médecins généralistes militaires français. Enquête par sondage. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2013. ⟨hal-01733769⟩

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