Katie Attwell
Cited by
Cited by
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
“Do-it-yourself”: Vaccine rejection and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)
K Attwell, PR Ward, SB Meyer, PJ Rokkas, J Leask
Social Science & Medicine 196, 106-114, 2018
Vaccine decision-making begins in pregnancy: Correlation between vaccine concerns, intentions and maternal vaccination with subsequent childhood vaccine uptake
MH Danchin, J Costa-Pinto, K Attwell, H Willaby, K Wiley, M Hoq, J Leask, ...
Vaccine 36 (44), 6473-6479, 2018
Recent vaccine mandates in the United States, Europe and Australia: a comparative study
K Attwell, MC Navin, PL Lopalco, C Jestin, S Reiter, SB Omer
Vaccine 36 (48), 7377-7384, 2018
Vaccine rejecting parents’ engagement with expert systems that inform vaccination programs
K Attwell, J Leask, SB Meyer, P Rokkas, P Ward
Journal of bioethical inquiry 14 (1), 65-76, 2017
Understanding the perceived logic of care by vaccine-hesitant and vaccine-refusing parents: A qualitative study in Australia
PR Ward, K Attwell, SB Meyer, P Rokkas, J Leask
PloS one 12 (10), e0185955, 2017
Converting the maybes: Crucial for a successful COVID-19 vaccination strategy
K Attwell, J Lake, J Sneddon, P Gerrans, C Blyth, J Lee
PLoS One 16 (1), e0245907, 2021
‘Hesitant compliers’: Qualitative analysis of concerned fully-vaccinating parents
SL Enkel, K Attwell, TL Snelling, HE Christian
Vaccine 36 (44), 6459-6463, 2018
I Immunise: An evaluation of a values-based campaign to change attitudes and beliefs
K Attwell, M Freeman
Vaccine 33 (46), 6235-6240, 2015
‘The Unhealthy Other’: How vaccine rejecting parents construct the vaccinating mainstream
K Attwell, DT Smith, PR Ward
Vaccine 36 (12), 1621-1626, 2018
Confronting Incel: exploring possible policy responses to misogynistic violent extremism
S Tomkinson, T Harper, K Attwell
Australian journal of political science 55 (2), 152-169, 2020
Childhood vaccination mandates: scope, sanctions, severity, selectivity, and salience
K Attwell, M C. NAVIN
The Milbank Quarterly 97 (4), 978-1014, 2019
Parenting as politics: social identity theory and vaccine hesitant communities
K Attwell, DT Smith
International Journal of Health Governance 22 (3), 183-198, 2017
Communicating with patients and the public about COVID-19 vaccine safety: recommendations from the Collaboration on Social Science and Immunisation
J Leask, SJ Carlson, K Attwell, KK Clark, J Kaufman, C Hughes, J Frawley, ...
Med J Aust 215 (1), 9-12, 2021
Support for a COVID-19 vaccine mandate in the face of safety concerns and political affiliations: An Australian study
DT Smith, K Attwell, U Evers
Politics 42 (4), 480-491, 2022
COVID-19: talk of ‘vaccine hesitancy’lets governments off the hook
K Attwell, A Hannah, J Leask
Nature 602 (7898), 574-577, 2022
The social basis of vaccine questioning and refusal: A qualitative study employing Bourdieu’s concepts of ‘capitals’ and ‘habitus’
K Attwell, SB Meyer, PR Ward
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (5), 1044, 2018
Risk, responsibility and negative responses: a qualitative study of parental trust in childhood vaccinations
PR Ward, K Attwell, SB Meyer, P Rokkas, J Leask
Journal of Risk Research 21 (9), 1117-1130, 2018
Mandatory vaccination and no fault vaccine injury compensation schemes: An identification of country-level policies
K Attwell, S Drislane, J Leask
Vaccine 37 (21), 2843-2848, 2019
Midwives’ attitudes, beliefs and concerns about childhood vaccination: a review of the global literature
K Attwell, KE Wiley, C Waddington, J Leask, T Snelling
Vaccine 36 (44), 6531-6539, 2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20