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Assessment of Cultural Orientation on Routine Immunization Programme in Kaduna State

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Assessment of Cultural Orientation on Routine Immunization Programme in Kaduna State
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Assessment of Cultural Orientation on Routine Immunization Programme in Kaduna State
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Traditional beliefs in my community are a major barrier to immunization.
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I trust traditional medicine more than vaccines to prevent diseases.
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The elders' adherence to traditions in my community influences my decision on immunization more than health workers' advice.
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I believe that immunization traditional health practices are more important than modern method of immunization.
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My community respects traditional rituals over medical advice for disease prevention.
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Traditional beliefs provide sufficient protection against diseases that immunization is intended to prevent.
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I would always choose traditional healing practices over immunization for my children.
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In my community, there is a high level of doubt towards immunization due to traditional beliefs.
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Traditional ceremonies in my community further discourage acceptance of routine immunization.
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The immunization coverage rate in my community is low because of the preference for traditional health practices over the modern health practices.
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My religious beliefs positively affirm the importance of immunization for health.
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Attitude of Religious leaders in my community negatively influences the active promotion of the benefits of immunization.
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Religious gatherings are used to provide information about the usefulness of immunization.
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My religion encourages participation in immunization programs.
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Religious texts or teachings in my community provide guidance on health practices like immunization.
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The positive stance of my religion in my community on immunization influences my own views on its importance.
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There is a consensus among religious members in my community about the value of immunization.
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Religious beliefs in my community have led to increased awareness and knowledge about immunization.
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Because of misconceptions about immunization religious teachings in my community discourage acceptance of immunization.
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Religious institutions in my community are trusted sources of information on immunization.
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Cultural events in my community provide a platform for promoting immunization.
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My community's cultural practices hinder the acceptance of immunization.
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Cultural leaders in my community are influential in shaping my attitude towards immunization.
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I believe that following my community's cultural practices eliminates the need for immunization.
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Cultural beliefs in my community support the use of immunization to prevent diseases.
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There is a conflict between my community's cultural practices and the recommended immunization schedules.
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Cultural practices in my community include traditional methods believed to provide immunity against diseases.
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Immunization campaigns are often aligned with cultural festivities in my community to increase coverage.
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My community's cultural practices are more trusted than immunization for disease prevention.
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Attitudes towards immunization in my community have improved due to cultural support and advocacy.
Assessment of Cultural Orientation on Routine Immunization Programme in Kaduna State
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My religious beliefs positively affirm the importance of immunization for health.