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Shades of gray in vaccine decision making: Understanding, exploring, and addressing the challenges of influenza vaccine hesitancy in Ontario community pharmacies
(University of Waterloo, 2019-12-19)
Background: Two-thirds of Canadian adults currently do not receive the annual influenza vaccine. Vaccine hesitancy (VH), the voluntary delay or refusal of vaccination services despite availability is a significant contributor ...
Communicating health information in primary care: a multidisciplinary exploration of patient, pharmacist, and physician decision-making
(University of Waterloo, 2019-06-27)
Research has yet to clearly define how health care professionals’ (HCPs) use and sharing of information influences how health decisions are made, both independently and collaboratively. Similarly, the manner in which ...
Understanding the Relationship Between Pharmacists’ Implicit and Explicit Bias and Perceptions of Pharmacist Services Among Arab and Black Individuals
(University of Waterloo, 2019-11-27)
Background. Recent studies suggest that Health Care Professionals’ (HCPs) unconscious bias about race contributes to health care disparities. The objective of this research was to estimate unconscious racial bias among ...