Feasibility and acceptability of the multi-component P3-MumBubVax antenatal intervention to promote maternal and childhood vaccination: A pilot study
Jessica Kaufman, Katie Attwell, Jane Tuckerman, Jacinta O'Sullivan, Saad B Omer, Julie Leask, Annette Regan, Helen Marshall, Katherine J Lee, Tom Snelling, Kirsten Perrett, Kerrie Wiley, Michelle L Giles, Margie Danchin
Vaccine | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2020
BACKGROUND: Pregnancy is a critical time for vaccine decision-making, but coverage remains suboptimal for maternal influenza (45-60%) and pertussis vaccination (65-80%) in Australia. The multi-component P3-MumBubVax intervention has been designed for Australian midwives to optimise antenatal vaccine discussions and improve maternal and childhood vaccine uptake. A pilot study was conducted to assess intervention feasibility and acceptability. METHODS: P3-MumBubVax includes components at three levels: 1. Practice ('vaccine champions'; stickers to prompt and record vaccine discussions/delivery); 2. Provider (website with vaccine communication training; learning exercise; fact sheets; links to c..View full abstract
Awarded by Communicable Disease Control Directorate, Department of Health, Government of Western Australia
Awarded by NHMRC
Awarded by Career Development Fellowship from the National Health and Medical Research Council
This work was supported by the Communicable Disease Control Directorate, Department of Health, Government of Western Australia [grant number DOH2017 1330], Murdoch Children's Research Institute Theme funding and the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program. The study funder had no role in study design, data collection or analysis, or writing of the manuscript. MD is funded by the University of Melbourne Bickart Clinician Research Fellowship. HM is funded by the NHMRC (APP1084951). KP is funded by a Melbourne Children's ClinicianScientist Fellowship. TS is supported by a Career Development Fellowship from the National Health and Medical Research Council (GNT1111657).