Healthcare workers will be among the first to be offered a vaccine against coronavirus. But research suggests that some staff are hesitant about accepting one. Why might there be a level of vaccine hesitancy among health workers, and how can we address their concerns?


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Williams, L. 2020, 'COVID vaccine: even healthcare workers may be hesitant – but new evidence can be reassuring', The Conversation, London, 8 December. Available at: https://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/75649/

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