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The purpose of this study is to investigate the correlation of intention to receive COVID-19 vaccine, recommendation behavior, and 5C psychological antecedents among Nurses. The results can be used to assist suggestions in the health education provided by nurses on the topic of COVID-19 pneumonia and its vaccination. The purpose of the study is also wants to build a basis for future research and public support in vaccine decision-making, as well as to enhance the promotion of vaccine policy and enhance the resilience of the whole population during the pandemic ear.


Clinical Trial Description

A cross-sectional study based on convenience samples. We recruit nurses and the general public to respond to structured self-filling electronic questionnaires by using an electronic data collection system. The questionnaires include demographic data and vaccine hesitancy questions in a total of 35 items. Convenience sampling was applied to estimate the sample size according to the number of nurses in each county. It is planned to collect a total of 4258 responses by the end of the study. The study instrument is the 5C psychological antecedents of vaccination, which includes Confidence, Complacency, Constraints, Calculation, and Collective Responsibility. ;


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NCT number NCT05212974
Study type Observational
Source National Taiwan University Hospital
Contact Yun-Ping Yang
Phone +886-978213188
Email r09426019@ntu.edu.tw
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date January 31, 2022
Completion date August 31, 2023

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