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  1. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increased interest in communication with the public regarding vaccination. Our recent Cochrane qualitative evidence synthesis points to several factors that could influence ...

    Authors: Claire Glenton, Benedicte Carlsen, Brita Askeland Winje, Renske Eilers, Manuela Dominique Wennekes, Tammy C. Hoffmann and Simon Lewin
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2022 20:31
  2. Carriers of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) experience a variety of personal and social consequences, despite the asymptomatic nature of carriage. Some of these consequences are inherent to the...

    Authors: Lotte van Heuvel, Renske Eilers, Sabiena G. Feenstra, Manon R. Haverkate and Aura Timen
    Citation: BMC Nursing 2020 19:50
  3. The increasing life expectancy in most European countries has resulted in growth of the population 50 and older. This population is more susceptible to infectious diseases because of immunosenescence, co-morbi...

    Authors: Renske Eilers, Paul FM Krabbe, Ted GA van Essen, Anita Suijkerbuijk, Alies van Lier and Hester E de Melker
    Citation: BMC Geriatrics 2013 13:32
  4. Increasing life expectancy results in a larger proportion of older people susceptible to vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs). In the Netherlands, influenza vaccination is routinely offered to people aged 60 ye...

    Authors: Birthe A. Lehmann, Renske Eilers, Liesbeth Mollema, José Ferreira and Hester E. de Melker
    Citation: BMC Geriatrics 2017 17:122
  5. Online respondent-driven detection (RDD) is a novel method of case finding that can enhance contact tracing (CT). However, the advantages and challenges of RDD for CT have not yet been investigated from the pe...

    Authors: Yannick B. Helms, Nora Hamdiui, Renske Eilers, Christian Hoebe, Nicole Dukers-Muijrers, Hans van den Kerkhof, Aura Timen and Mart L. Stein
    Citation: BMC Infectious Diseases 2021 21:358
  6. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) occurs in 80% of the sexually active population and may cause certain types of cancers among men and women. Vaccination against HPV could prevent cancers associated with HPV. The Dut...

    Authors: Judith R. Venderbos, Renske Eilers, Hein de Vries and Kim van Zoonen
    Citation: BMC Public Health 2022 22:1188
  7. In high income countries, vaccine-preventable diseases have been greatly reduced through routine vaccination programs. Despite this success, many parents question, and a small proportion even refuse vaccinatio...

    Authors: Irene A Harmsen, Liesbeth Mollema, Robert AC Ruiter, Theo GW Paulussen, Hester E de Melker and Gerjo Kok
    Citation: BMC Public Health 2013 13:1183
  8. Although the vaccination coverage in most high income countries is high, variations in coverage rates on the national level among different ethnic backgrounds are reported. A qualitative study was performed to...

    Authors: Irene A. Harmsen, Helien Bos, Robert A. C. Ruiter, Theo G. W. Paulussen, Gerjo Kok, Hester E. de Melker and Liesbeth Mollema
    Citation: BMC Public Health 2015 15:1229