Vue globale des Groupes techniques consultatifs pour la vaccination

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Titre original
A global look at national Immunization Technical Advisory Groups
Auteur(s)
Philippe Duclos
Maggie Bryson
Ann Jolly
Niyazi Cakmak
Source(s)
Elsevier - Vaccine
Année de publication
2010

Description

Article publié dans la revue Vaccine, Volume 28, Supplément 1, 19 avril 2010, A13-A17. Cet article présente les résultats d'une enquête mondiale destinée à recueillir des informations sur les processus d'élaboration des politiques nationales de vaccination, en particulier sur la présence et la fonction des groupes techniques consultatifs pour la vaccination.

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