Opinion: Multisector Partnerships and Service Colocation to Increase Adoption of Influenza Vaccines and Address Food Insecurity
December 8, 2021
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Bettina M Beech; Jessica Dobbins; LeChauncy Woodard; Winston Liaw; Marino A Bruce
The burden of infectious diseases has persisted for centuries, and disproportionately affects racial and ethnic minority groups and vulnerable older adults. While there is no single intervention to improve health outcomes for vaccine-preventable diseases, the co-location of services that address social risk factors while also increasing access to necessary preventive services, such as vaccinations for influenza, offer the promise of reducing disease burden.