Policy making for new vaccines in low- and middle-income countries

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Policy making for new vaccines in low- and middle-income countries
Miloud Kaddar
Anne Mills
Andrew Jones
Marty Makinen
Orin Levine
John Wecker
Lois Privor-Dumm
Alan Brooks
P Ongolo-Zogo
E Chavez
H Sarma
M Konate
Y Kitaw
M Molla
S Wakasiaka
Lucy Gilson
Chizoba Wonodi
M Aina
A M Pate
R Reis
P Gadhoke
V Molldrem
L Wilson
Antoinette Ba-Nguz
Pauline Paterson
Susan Wang
Helen Burchett
Carsten Mantel
Heidi Larson
Sandra Mounier-Jack
W Scott Gordon
Ulla Kou Griffiths
Jasim Uddin
Robin Biellik
Health Policy and Planning
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This special supplement of Health Policy and Planning, Volume 27 suppl 2 May 2012, includes the following articles (free full text): - The privilege and responsibility of having choices: decision-making for new vaccines in developing countries (Editorial) - New vaccine adoption: qualitative study of national decision-making processes in seven low- and middle-income countries - Introducing multiple vaccines in low- and lower-middle-income countries: issues, opportunities and challenges - Using social network analysis to examine the decision-making process on new vaccine introduction in Nigeria - New vaccine adoption in lower-middle-income countries - Country planning for health interventions under development: lessons from the malaria vaccine decision-making framework and implications for other new interventions - National decision-making on adopting new vaccines: a systematic review - The role of publics in the introduction of new vaccines

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