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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Commentary · February 04, 2024

Interventions for Reducing Vaccine Hesitancy Driven by Misinformation on Social Media

BMJ : British Medical Journal


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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Behavioural interventions to reduce vaccine hesitancy driven by misinformation on social media
BMJ 2024 Jan 16;384(xx)e076542, K Ruggeri, S Vanderslott, Y Yamada, YA Argyris, B Većkalov, PS Boggio, MP Fallah, F Stock, R Hertwig

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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