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Black-White Disparities in 2009 H1N1 Vaccination Among Adults in the United States: A Cautionary Tale for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Burger, A.E., Reither, E. N., Mamelund, S., Lim, S.

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Outside U.S.

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Prior research has highlighted racial and ethnic disparities in H1N1 vaccination in the United States. This study adds to this literature by utilizing an intersectionality framework to examine the joint influence of race and sex on H1N1 vaccination beliefs and behaviors among non-Hispanic Black people and non-Hispanic White people.

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Advancing Racial Equity

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Black or African American

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