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Disparities in H1N1 Vaccination Rates: a Systematic Review and Evidence Synthesis to Inform COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

Ayers, C.K., Kondo, K.K., Williams, B.E., Kansagara, D., Advani, S.M., Smith, M., Young, S., Saha, S.

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Peer Review Study, Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis

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Outside U.S.

Data Collection and Reporting

The authors conducted a systematic review to understand disparities in H1N1 vaccine uptake by race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, rural/urban residence, population density, and disability status, and factors associated with unequal uptake, as well as the benefits and harms of interventions designed to attenuate inequities in H1N1 vaccine uptake—in an effort to address potential disparities in COVID-19 vaccine access and uptake.

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Outcomes of Interest

Reduction of Health Disparities

Priority Population(s)

Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic, Latino, or Latinx, Non U.S. Born Persons, People Experiencing Poverty, People Living in Rural Areas

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