Mandating and delivering


Since the 1990s strenuous attempts have been made to rebuild trust in childhood immunisations.

This study aimed to understand if financial incentives (FI) or quasi-mandatory schemes (QMS), e.g.

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FI essentially changes behaviour into a cash transaction which many equated to bribery that could inadvertently create inequalities.(2) QMS: parents and professionals highlighted the positives of introducing QMS, stating it felt natural, fair and less likely to create inequality.

Despite QMS’ potential to positively impact on uptake there were concerns about the implementation and workability of such schemes.

FI for preschool immunisation may not be acceptable, within a UK context.

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mandating immunisations for entry to universal services such as day care or school, might be acceptable interventions to increase immunisations uptake for preschool children. Qualitative methods were employed to explore the acceptability of FI/QMS with stakeholders.

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