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Why France is making eight new vaccines mandatory

•8 more vaccines have been mandatory in France, bringing the total to 11.•We describe how vaccines became contentious in France in the past 20 years.•The 2016 citizen consultation on vaccination led to the extension of mandates. France is one of the countries with the highest prevalence of vaccine h... Full description

Journal Title: Vaccine 2018-03-27, Vol.36 (14), p.1801-1803
Main Author: Ward, Jeremy K
Other Authors: Colgrove, James , Verger, Pierre
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Publisher: Netherlands: Elsevier Ltd
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title: Why France is making eight new vaccines mandatory
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  • Ward, Jeremy K
  • Colgrove, James
  • Verger, Pierre
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  • Compulsory vaccination
  • Consultation
  • Debates
  • Decision Making
  • Democracy
  • France
  • Health democracy
  • Health Policy
  • Hepatitis
  • Human health
  • Human health and pathology
  • Humans
  • Infectious diseases
  • Influenza
  • Life Sciences
  • Mandatory Programs - legislation & jurisprudence
  • Mass Vaccination - legislation & jurisprudence
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • pathology
  • Policy
  • Public Health
  • Public participation
  • Rubella
  • Streptococcus infections
  • Vaccination
  • Vaccination - adverse effects
  • Vaccine hesitancy
  • Vaccines
  • Vaccines - adverse effects
  • Vaccines - immunology
  • Verger
  • Whooping cough
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description: •8 more vaccines have been mandatory in France, bringing the total to 11.•We describe how vaccines became contentious in France in the past 20 years.•The 2016 citizen consultation on vaccination led to the extension of mandates. France is one of the countries with the highest prevalence of vaccine hesitancy in the world. In an attempt to raise vaccination coverages, the French government made on January 1, 2018 eight more vaccines mandatory in addition to the three required until then. The process that led to this policy choice is of particular interest. We describe how vaccines became contentious in France and how French authorities came to view mandatory vaccination as the solution to the rise in vaccine hesitancy. In a bold move, French public health authorities turned to a new type of institutional device grounded in the ideal of democracy and public participation to political decision-making: “a citizen consultation”. This consultation anchored the idea that legal coercion could be the solution to France’s crisis with vaccines. Time will tell whether the French extension of mandatory vaccination will reduce tensions around vaccines.
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