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Increasing vaccination: putting psychological science into action
NT Brewer, GB Chapman, AJ Rothman, J Leask, A Kempe
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 18 (3), 149-207, 2017
6092017
Communicating with parents about vaccination: a framework for health professionals
J Leask, P Kinnersley, C Jackson, F Cheater, H Bedford, G Rowles
BMC pediatrics 12 (1), 1-11, 2012
6002012
Antivaccination activists on the world wide web
P Davies, S Chapman, J Leask
Archives of disease in childhood 87 (1), 22-25, 2002
4052002
Opportunities and challenges of Web 2.0 for vaccination decisions
C Betsch, NT Brewer, P Brocard, P Davies, W Gaissmaier, N Haase, ...
Vaccine 30 (25), 3727-3733, 2012
3972012
Face‐to‐face interventions for informing or educating parents about early childhood vaccination
J Kaufman, R Ryan, L Walsh, D Horey, J Leask, P Robinson, S Hill
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2018
2852018
Ten considerations for effectively managing the COVID-19 transition
KB Habersaat, C Betsch, M Danchin, CR Sunstein, R Böhm, A Falk, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (7), 677-687, 2020
2432020
Barriers to access to health care for newly resettled sub‐Saharan refugees in Australia
M Sheikh‐Mohammed, CR MacIntyre, NJ Wood, J Leask, D Isaacs
Medical Journal of Australia 185 (11-12), 594-597, 2006
2322006
Associations between exposure to and expression of negative opinions about human papillomavirus vaccines on social media: an observational study
AG Dunn, J Leask, X Zhou, KD Mandl, E Coiera
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (6), e4343, 2015
2312015
Media coverage of health issues and how to work more effectively with journalists: a qualitative study
J Leask, C Hooker, C King
BMC public health 10 (1), 1-7, 2010
2192010
Target the fence-sitters
J Leask
Nature 473 (7348), 443-445, 2011
2062011
Mapping information exposure on social media to explain differences in HPV vaccine coverage in the United States
AG Dunn, D Surian, J Leask, A Dey, KD Mandl, E Coiera
Vaccine 35 (23), 3033-3040, 2017
1972017
COVID-19 is rapidly changing: Examining public perceptions and behaviors in response to this evolving pandemic
H Seale, AE Heywood, J Leask, M Sheel, S Thomas, DN Durrheim, ...
PloS one 15 (6), e0235112, 2020
1962020
The MMR vaccination and autism controversy in United Kingdom 1998–2005: Inevitable community outrage or a failure of risk communication?
DC Burgess, MA Burgess, J Leask
Vaccine 24 (18), 3921-3928, 2006
1832006
Vaccine hesitancy, refusal and access barriers: The need for clarity in terminology
H Bedford, K Attwell, M Danchin, H Marshall, P Corben, J Leask
Vaccine 36 (44), 6556-6558, 2018
1742018
What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study
J Leask, S Chapman, P Hawe, M Burgess
Vaccine 24 (49-50), 7238-7245, 2006
1662006
Uptake of influenza vaccine by pregnant women: a cross‐sectional survey
KE Wiley, PD Massey, SC Cooper, NJ Wood, J Ho, HE Quinn, J Leask
Medical Journal of Australia 198 (7), 373-375, 2013
1622013
" Will they just pack up and leave?"–attitudes and intended behaviour of hospital health care workers during an influenza pandemic
H Seale, J Leask, K Po, CR MacIntyre
BMC Health Services Research 9 (1), 1-8, 2009
1452009
‘An attempt to swindle nature’: press anti‐immunisation reportage 1993–1997
JA Leask, S Chapman
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 22 (1), 17-26, 1998
1411998
Toward effective government communication strategies in the era of COVID-19
B Hyland-Wood, J Gardner, J Leask, UKH Ecker
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (30), https://doi.org/10 …, 2021
1242021
Parental attitudes, beliefs, behaviours and concerns towards childhood vaccinations in Australia: A national online survey
MYK Chow, M Danchin, HW Willaby, S Pemberton, J Leask
Australian family physician 46 (3), 145-151, 2017
1222017
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