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Population Health to Personal Healthcare - Pertussis Health Article

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The article looks at the controversy surrounding vaccines and immunisation particularly pertussis. It talks about the epidemiology of pertussis and the groups most at risk of developing pertussis.

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Medicine Health Vaccination MMR vaccine controversy Vaccines Pertussis RTT Vaccine controversies Vaccine MMR vaccine Herd immunity Vaccination policy
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Medicine Health Vaccination MMR vaccine controversy Vaccines Pertussis RTT Vaccine controversies Vaccine MMR vaccine Herd immunity Vaccination policy
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Discuss the epidemiology and the impact of pertussis in Australia. 2. Provide clear explanations of statistical measures used and their meaning at both population and individual levels. 3. Consider at risk populations. Identify one at risk Australian population for whom vaccination against pertussis is recommended. Discuss the Australian behavioural, social and environmental risk factors contributing to them not being fully vaccinated or delaying vaccination. 4. Discuss current positive and negative media commentary on the vaccine debate in Australia and the impact of media on health literacy and decision-­‐maki...
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