Alice Reid

Department of Medicine and Health, University of Manchester, Manchester, England


  • Research Article   
    Identifying the Best Methods to Report on the PostVaccination Surveillance of Physical Side-Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccines: A Systematic Review
    Author(s): Alice Reid38132*, Finn Highfield38133 and Arpana Verma38134

    Introduction: Health Organization declared COVID-19 to be a global pandemic. This had led to the development of many novel vaccines for which effective post-vaccination surveillance is essential. This study aims to synthesize post-vaccination surveillance of physical side-effects to learn the best method that can be applied to the surveillance of novel COVID-19 vaccines. Methods: A full systematic search was performed on four databases following the PRISMA guidelines. Following the inclusion and exclusion criteria, and hand-searching the eligible papers, a total of seven studies were included in this review. The risk of bias within studies and their quality was assessed using the critical appraisal for public health checklist. Results: The seven studies included were from six countries representing both active and passive surveillance systems. The results showed reliability and reprod.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.31858/0975-8453.13.3.158-162

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