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Table 4 The role played by different sources of recommendations/opinions on individuals’ vaccination uptake decision

From: Determinants of influenza vaccine uptake and willingness to be vaccinated by pharmacists among the active adult population in Hungary: a cross-sectional exploratory study

Source of recommendation or opinion To have the influenza vaccine
n = 200 (100%)
To not have the influenza vaccine
n = 1431 (100%)
Number (%) Number (%)
Specialist
 Influenced 75(37.5) 234(16.4)
 Indifferent 19(9.5) 256(17.9)
 Not influenced 84(42.0) 841(58.8)
N/A 22(11.0) 100(7.0)
Family member
 Influenced 70(35.0) 368(25.7)
 Indifferent 32(16.0) 280(19.6)
 Not influenced 77(38.5) 701(49.0)
N/A 21(10.5) 82(5.7)
General practitioner
 Influenced 68(34.0) 187(13.1)
 Indifferent 27(13.5) 277(19.4)
 Not influenced 85(42.5) 861(60.2)
N/A 20(10.0) 106(7.4)
Other healthcare worker
 Influenced 62(31.0) 301(21.0)
 Indifferent 26(13.0) 266(18.6)
 Not influenced 89(44.5) 783(54.7)
N/A 23(11.5) 81(5.7)
Pharmacist
 Influenced 28(14.0) 173(12.1)
 Indifferent 28(14.0) 279(19.5)
 Not influenced 112(56.0) 870(60.8)
N/A 32(16.0) 109(7.6)
Media (internet/television/radio)
 Influenced 12(6.0) 109(7.6)
 Indifferent 30(15.0) 330(23.1)
 Not influenced 124(62.0) 888(62.1)
N/A 34(17.0) 104(7.3)