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Ève Dubé

Département d’anthropologie

Professeure agrégée

418 650-2131, poste 404062

Eve.Dube@ant.ulaval.ca

Pavillon Charles-De Koninck, local 3433

Mon champ d’expertise est en anthropologie de la santé publique. Je m’intéresse particulièrement aux dimensions sociales, culturelles, historiques et religieuses de la prévention des maladies infectieuses. Mon approche vise à analyser l’adoption de comportements de prévention en prenant en considération, non seulement les connaissances, croyances, valeurs et expériences individuelles, mais également les influences plus larges du contexte social et culturel. J’étudie les rapports entre ‘savoirs populaires’ et ‘savoirs experts’ en santé et les enjeux liés à une certaine crise de la légitimité de la science, de l’expertise et de l’autorité médicale.

Je m’intéresse également à l’influence, sur les décisions de santé, des informations qui circulent sur Internet et dans les médias sociaux. J’aborde également les rapports entre santé et culture en m’intéressant à la place accordée aux médecines alternatives et traditionnelles. Les approches alternatives en santé (homéopathie, naturopathie, acupuncture) gagnent en popularité dans les sociétés contemporaines. Désormais, il n’est pas rare que les malades ‘bricolent’ des traitements qui allient des approches reconnues efficaces par la médecine conventionnelle avec l’utilisation de thérapies alternatives dont l’efficacité n’est pas reconnue par la science biomédicale et qui sont parfois fortement critiquées par les professionnels de la santé. Enfin, le transfert des connaissances entre la recherche fondamentale et les pratiques des professionnels de santé publique est un autre de mes thèmes de recherche. Depuis janvier 2022, je suis titulaire de la Chaire de recherche IRSC en santé publique appliquée sur l’anthropologie des enjeux de la vaccination, INSPQ-ULaval.

 

Publications

Articles parus dans des revues spécialisées à comité de lecture (5 dernières années)

  1. Dubé, E, Gagnon D, MacDonald NE, Between persuasion and compulsion: The case of COVID-19 vaccination in Canada, Vaccine, 2022, 40(29); 3923-36
  2. Dubé, E., Trottier, M. E., Vivion, M., Ouakki, M., Brousseau, N., Guay, M., ... & Quach, C. Do intentions lead to action? Results of a longitudinal study assessing determinants of Tdap vaccine uptake during pregnancy in Quebec, Canada. Accepté pour publication dans BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, 2022
  3. Dubé, E., Labbé, F., Malo, B., Manca, T., Aylsworth, L., Driedger, M., Greyson, D., MacDonald, N.E., Meyer, S.B., Parsons Leigh, J., Sadarangani, M., Wilson, S., MacDonald, S.E. “I don’t think there’s a point for me to discuss it with my patients”: Exploring health care providers’ views and behaviours regarding COVID-19 vaccination. Accepté pour publication dans Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 2022.
  4. Verger, P., Botelho-Nevers, E., Garrison, A., Gagnon, D., Gagneur, A., Gagneux-Brunon, A., & Dubé, E.* Vaccine hesitancy in health-care providers in Western countries: a narrative review.  Expert Review of Vaccine, 2022, 1-19.
  5. Verger, P., Fressard, L., Soveri, A., Dauby, N., Fasce, A., Karlsson, L., ... Dubé E & Gagneur, A. (2022). An instrument to measure psychosocial determinants of health care professionals’ vaccination behavior: Validation of the Pro-VC-Be questionnaire.  Expert Review of Vaccines, 2022 21(5), 693-709.
  6. McKinnon, B., Quach, C., Dubé, E., Tuong Nguyen, C., Vandermorris, A., Abalovi, K., Billou, N., … & Zinszer K. Using human-centred design to tackle COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy for children and youth: protocol for a mixed-methods study in Montreal, Canada. BMJ Open. 2022, 12(4), e061908
  7. MacDonald SE, Graham B, Paragg J, Foster-Boucher C, Waters N, Shea-Budgell M, McNeil D, Kunyk D, Bedingfield N, Dubé E, Kenzie L, Svenson LW, Littlechild R, & Nelson G. One Child, One Appointment: How institutional discourses organize the work of parents and nurses in the provision of childhood vaccination for First Nations children. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2022;18(5)
  8. Dubé, E., MacDonald N.E., COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy. Nature Neph, 2022, 18 : 409-10
  9. MacDonald NE, Dube E, Comeau JL. Have vaccine hesitancy models oversimplified a complex problem to our detriment? The Adapted Royal Society of Canada vaccine uptake framework. Vaccine. 2022 May 27:S0264-410X(22)00669-7. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2022.05.052
  10. Robitaille, A., Chadi, A., Gabet, M., Dubé, E., Monnais, L., & David, P. M. Community Pharmacists and Influenza Vaccination: Opportunities and Challenges From a Public Health Perspective Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Sous presse dans Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2022, 08971900221094932.
  11. Zhu, P., Tatar, O., Griffin-Mathieu, G., Perez, S., Haward, B., Zimet, G., Tunis, M, Dubé E, & Rosberger, Z. The Efficacy of a Brief, Altruism-Eliciting Video Intervention in Enhancing COVID-19 Vaccination Intentions Among a Population-Based Sample of Younger Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, 2022, 8(5), e37328.
  12. Rotolo, B., Dubé, E., Vivion, M., MacDonald, S. E., & Meyer, S. B. Hesitancy towards COVID-19 vaccines on social media in Canada. 2022 Vaccine40(19), 2790-2796.
  13. MacDonald, S. E., Reifferscheid, L., Bettinger, J. A., Robinson, J., Sadarangani, M., Dubé, E., MacDonald, N. E., Marfo, E., Assi, A., Gagneur, A., & Driedger, S. M. (2022). Authors' response: Re: Reifferscheid et al., "COVID-19 vaccine uptake and intention during pregnancy in Canada". Canadian Journal of Public Health. https://doi.org/10.17269/s41997-022-00657-1
  14. Reifferscheid, L., Marfo, E., Assi, A., Dubé, E., MacDonald, NE., Meyer, SB., Bettinger, JA., Driedger, SM., Robinson, J., Sadarangani, M., Wilson, SE., Benzies, K., Lemaire-Paquette, S., Gagneur, A., MacDonald SE. COVID-19 vaccine uptake and intention during pregnancy in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health. (2022)https://doi.org/10.17269/s41997-022-00641-9
  15. Labbé, F., Pelletier, C., Bettinger, J. A., Curran, J., Graham, J. E., Greyson, D., ... & Dubé, È.* Stigma and blame related to COVID-19 pandemic: A case-study of editorial cartoons in Canada. Social Science & Medicine, 2022, vol. 296, p. 114803.
  16. Vivion, M., Anassour Laouan Sidi, E., Betsch, C., Dionne, M., Dubé, E., Driedger, S. M., ... & Canadian Immunization Research Network (CIRN). (2022). Prebunking messaging to inoculate against COVID-19 vaccine misinformation: an effective strategy for public health. Journal of Communication in Healthcare, 1-11.
  17. Dubé, E, Gagnon D, Pelletier C. COVID-19 vaccination in 5-11 years old children: Drivers of vaccine hesitancy among parents in Quebec. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 2022, 18(1): 1-3.
  18. Li Y, Brousseau B, Guay M, Dubé E, Laghdir Z, Boucoiran I, Tapiéro B, Quach C. Coverage for pertussis vaccination during pregnancy associated with 4 models of vaccine delivery: A quasi-experimental multicenter observational study. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 10(1), 2022.
  19. Dubé, E., Dionne, M., Pelletier, C., Hamel, D., & Gadio, S. COVID-19 vaccination attitudes and intention among Quebecers during the first and second waves of the pandemic: findings from repeated cross-sectional surveys. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. doi: 10.1080/21645515.2021.1947096, Jul; 1-11, 2021
  20. Humble RM, Sell H, Dubé E, MacDonald NE, Robinson J, Driedger SM, Sadarangani M, Meyer SM, Wilson S, Benzies KM, Lemaire-Paquette S, MacDonald SE. Canadian parents’ perceptions of COVID-19 vaccination and intention to vaccinate their children: Results from a cross-sectional national survey. Vaccine. 39(52); 7669-7676, 2021.
  21. McKinnon B, Quach C, Dubé E, Nguyen CT, Zinszer K. Social inequalities in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and uptake for children and adolescents in Montreal, Canada. Vaccine. 2021. 39(49); 7140-7145.
  22. Wiley KE, Levy D, Shapiro GK, Dube E, SteelFisher GK, Sevdalis N, Ganter-Restrepo F, Menning L, Leask J, A user-centered approach to developing a new tool measuring the behavioural and social drivers of vaccination, Vaccine, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2021.09.007
  23. Turner PJ. Larson H, Dubé È, Fisher A. Vaccine Hesitancy: Drivers and how the Allergy Community can Help. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaip.2021.06.035
  24. Dubé E, Ward JK, Verger P & MacDonald NE. Vaccine Hesitancy, Acceptance and Anti-Vaccination: Trends and Future Prospects for Public Health. Annual Review of Public Health, 42: 175-191, 2021.
  25. Dzieciolowska, S., Hamel, D., Gadio, S., Dionne, M., Gagnon, D., Robitaille, L., Dubé, È & Longtin, Y.  Vaccine Acceptance, Hesitancy and Refusal among Canadian Healthcare Workers: a Multicenter Survey. American journal of infection control; 2021, 49(9), 1152-57
  26. Sell H, Assi A, Driedger SM, Dubé È, Gagneur A, Meyer SB, Robinson J, Sadarangani M, Tunis M, MacDonald SE. Continuity of routine immunization programs in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccine;39(39):5532–7, 2021.
  27. Purnat, T, Vacca, P, Czerniak, C, Ball, S, Burzo, S, Zecchin, T, Wright, A, Bezbaruah, S, Tanggol, F, Dubé, E, Labbe, F, & Dionne, M, Lamichhane, J, Mahajan, A, Briand, S, Nguyen, T. Infodemic Signals Detection in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Methodology for Identifying Potential Information Voids in Online Conversations. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 1(1)e30971; 1-10, 2021.
  28. Dubé, E., Wilson, S., Gagnon, D., Deeks, S. L., & Dubey, V. “It takes time to build trust”: a survey Ontario’s school-based HPV immunization program ten years post-implementation. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. 17(2): 451-456, 2021.
  29. Attwell, K., Betsch, C., Dubé, E., Sivelä, J., Gagneur, A., Suggs, L. S., .et al. Increasing vaccine acceptance using evidence-based approaches and policies: Insights from research on behavioural and social determinants presented at the 7th Annual Vaccine Acceptance Meeting. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 105: 188-193, 2021.
  30. Greyson, D., Dubé, È., Fisher, W. A., Cook, J., Sadarangani, M., & Bettinger, J. A. Understanding Influenza Vaccination During Pregnancy in Canada: Attitudes, Norms, Intentions, and Vaccine Uptake. Health Education & Behavior. April 2021: 1-10, 2021
  31. Kochhar, S., Dubé, E., Graham, J., Jee, Y., Memish, Z. A., Menning, L., & MacDonald, N. E. COVID-19 vaccine safety questions and answers for healthcare providers (CONSIDER). Vaccine. 39(18): 2504-2505, 2021.
  32. Verger P, Scronias D, Dauby N, Awoenam Adedzi K, Gobert C, Bergeat M, Gagneur A, Dubé E. Attitudes of healthcare workers towards COVID-19 vaccination: a survey in France and French-speaking parts of Belgium and Canada. Eurosurveillance. 26(3): 1-8, 2021
  33. MacDonald, N.E, Comeau, J., Dubé, È., Flynn, T., Graham, J., Greenwood, M., Harmon, S., McElhaney, J., McMurthy, M., Middleton, A., Taddio, A. COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Issues and Strategies to Address. FACETS. 6: 1184-1246, 2021.
  34. Habersaat, K., MacDonald, N. E., & Dubé, È.*. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses: Designing tailored interventions to address barriers to vaccination. Canada Communicable Disease Report. 47(3): 165, 2021.
  35. Elbarazi, I., Al-Hamad, S., Alfalasi, S., Aldhaheri, R., Dubé, E., & Alsuwaidi, A. R. Exploring vaccine hesitancy among healthcare providers in the United Arab Emirates: a qualitative study, Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 17(7); 2018-2025, 2021.
  36. Dubé E, Gagnon D, Kaminksy K, Green CR, Ouakki M, Bettinger JA., Vaccination during pregnancy: Canadian maternity care providers' opinions and practices. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 16(11):2789-2799, 2020.
  37. Sondagar C, Xu R, MacDonald NE, Dubé E, Vaccine acceptance: How to build and maintain trust in immunization, CCDR: 46-5, 155-159, 2020.
  38. Dubé E, Gagnon D, Vivion M, Optimizing communication material to address vaccine hesitancy, Canada Communicable Disease Report.: 46(2-3), 48-52, 2020. Rôle: Co-conception et co-rédaction de ce commentaire d’experts (45%)
  39. MacDonald NE, Comeau J, Dubé E, Bucci L, Graham JE, A public health timeline to prepare for COVID-19 vaccines in Canada, Canadian Journal of Public Health, 2020.
  40. MacDonald, N. E., Comeau, J. L., Dubé, È., & Bucci, L. M. COVID-19 and missed routine immunizations: designing for effective catch-up in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 111(4): 469-472, 2020.
  41. Dubé E, Gagnon D, MacDonald NE, Harmon S, Hapuhennedige S, Vaccine Injury Compensation Programs: Rationale and an overview of the Québec program, Canada Communicable Disease Report.: 46-9, 2020.
  42. Betsch C, Habersaat KB, Deshevoi S, Heinemeir D, Briko N, Kostenko N, Kocik J, Böhm R, Zettler I, Wiysonge CS, Dubé E, Gagneur A, Botelho-Nevers E, Gagneux-Brunon A, Sivelä J, Sample study protocol for adapting and translating the 5C scale to assess the psychological antecedents of vaccination, BMJ Open : 10(3), doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034869, 1-11, 2020.
  43. Verger P, Dubé E. Restoring confidence in vaccines in the COVID-19 era. Expert Review of Vaccines, 19(11): 991-993, 2020.
  44. Dubé, E., & MacDonald, N. E. How can a global pandemic affect vaccine hesitancy? Expert Review of Vaccines, 19(10): 899-901, 2020.
  45. Hakim H, Bettinger JA, Chambers CT, Driedger SM, Dubé E, Gavaruzzi T, Giguere AMC, Kavanagh É, Leask J, MacDonald SE, Orji R, Parent E, Paquette JS, Roberge J, Sander B, Scherer AM, Tremblay-Breault M, Wilson K, Reinharz D, Witteman HO. A Web Application About Herd Immunity Using Personalized Avatars: Development Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research: 22(10): e20113, 2020.
  46. MacDonald, N.E., Dube, E. Vaccine safety concerns: Should we be changing the way we support immunization? EClinicalMedicine. 23: 100402, 2020.
  47. MacDonald NE, Dubé E. Promoting immunization resiliency in the digital information age. Canada Communicable Disease Report. 46(1): 20-24, 2020.
  48. MacDonald, N. E., Comeau, J. L., Dubé, È., & Bucci, L. M. COVID-19 and missed routine immunizations: designing for effective catch-up in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 111(4): 469-472, 2020.
  49. Habersaat KB, Betsch C, Danchin M, Sunstein CR, Böhm R, Falk A, Brewer NT, Omer SB, Scherzer M, Sah S, Fischer EF, Scheel AE, Fancourt D, Kitayama S, Dubé E, Leask J, Dutta M, MacDonald NE, Temkina A, et al. Ten consideration-s for effectively managing the COVID19 transition. Nature Human Behavior: 1-11, 2020
  50. Sabahelzain MM, Dubé E, Moukhyer M, Larson HJ, et al.. Psychometric properties of the adapted measles vaccine hesitancy scale in Sudan. Plos One. 15(8): 1-6, 2020.
  51. Dudley MZ, Privor-Dumm L, Dubé E, MacDonald NE. Words matter: Vaccine hesitancy, vaccine demand, vaccine confidence, herd immunity and mandatory vaccination. Vaccine. 38(4): 709-711, 2020.
  52. Vivion, M, Hennequin C, Verger P, Dubé E.. Supporting informed decision-making about vaccination: An analysis of two official websites. Public Health. 178: 112-119, 2020.
  53. MacDonald, N. E., Dubé, E., & Grandt, D. Childhood immunization programs. Canada Communicable Disease Report. 46: 1-3, 2020.
  54. Lorcy A, Gilca R, Dubé E, Rochette M, De Serres G.. Feasibility and Ethical Issues: Experiences and Concerns of Healthcare Workers Regarding a New RSV Prophylaxis Programme in Nunavik, Quebec. International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 79(1): 1742564, 2020.
  55. MacDonald, N. E., & Dube, E.. Response to Vaccine Hesitancy in the ‘Religious’. Paediatrics & Child Health, 25(3), 196, 2020.
  56. Adongo, C. A., Amenumey, E. K., Kumi-Kyereme, A., & Dubé, E. Beyond fragmentary: A proposed measure for travel vaccination concerns. Tourism Management, 83, 104180, 2020.
  57. Wilson R, aytseva A, Bocquier A, Nokri A, Fressard L, Chamboredon P, Carbonaro C, Bernardi S, Dubé E, Verger P.Vaccine hesitancy and self-vaccination behaviors among nurses in southeastern France. Vaccine;38(5): 1144-1151, 2020.
  58. MacDonald NE, Dubé E. (2020). A new resource to summarize evidence on immunization from the Canadian Vaccination Evidence Resource and Exchange Centre (CANVax). Can Canada Communicable Disease Report. 46(1): 20-24, 2020.
  59. Mijovíc, H., Greyson, D., Gemmell, E., Trottier, M. È., Vivion, M., Graham, J. E., Dubé E ... & Bettinger, J. A. Perinatal health care providers’ approaches to recommending and providing pertussis vaccination in pregnancy: a qualitative study. CMAJ Open. 8(2): E377-382, 2020.
  60. Filice E, Dubé E, Graham JE., et al. Vaccination discourses among chiropractors, naturopaths and homeopaths: A qualitative content analysis of academic literature and Canadian organizational webpages. Plos One. 15(8): 1-10, 2020.
  61. Dubé E., Lorcy A, Audy N, Desmarais N, Savard P, Soucy C, Bassetto S, Rajon M, Brunet F, Babir C, Quach C. Adoption of Infection Prevention and Control Practices by Healthcare Workers in Quebec: A qualitative study. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. 40:12 DOI: 10.1017/ice.2019.269, 2019.
  62. Wilson R, Scronias D, Zaytseva A, Ferry MA, Chamboredon P, Dubé E, Verger P. Seasonal influenza self-vaccination behaviours and attitudes among nurses in Southeastern France, Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 15(10): 2423-2433, 2019.
  63. Karras J, Dube E, Danchin M, Kaufman J, Seale H. A scoping review examining the availability of dialogue-based resources to support healthcare providers engagement with vaccine hesitant individuals. Vaccine, 37(44), 2019.
  64. Manca TA, Graham JA, Dubé E, Kervin M, Castillo E, Crowcroft NS, et al. Developing product label information to support evidence-informed use of vaccines in pregnancy. Vaccine, 37(48): 7138-7146, 2019.
  65. Gagneur A, Battista MC, Boucher FD, Tapiero B, Quach C, De Wals P, Lemaître T, Farrands A, Boulianne N, Sauvageau C, Ouakki M, Gosselin V, Petit G, Jacques MC, Dubé E. Promoting vaccination in maternity wards ─ motivational interview technique reduces hesitancy and enhances intention to vaccinate, results from a multicentre non-controlled pre- and post-intervention RCT-nested study, Quebec, March 2014 to February 2015. Eurosurveillance. 24(36): 1-13, 2019.
  66. Capurro G, Dubé E, Driedger SM, Greenberg J. Measles, Mickey and the Media: News Coverage of the 2015 Disneyland Outbreak. Canadian Journal of Communication. 44(2): 175-190, 2019.
  67. Atif S, Lorcy A, Dubé E*, Health care workers’ attitudes and practices toward hand hygiene to prevent healthcare-associated infections: Results of a multicentre qualitative study in Quebec, Canada. Canadian Journal of Infection Control (CJIC). 34(8) : 41-48, 2019.
  68. Sabahelzain MM, Moukhyer M, Dubé E, Hardan A, van den Borne B, Bosma H. Towards a further understanding of measles vaccine hesitancy in Khartoum state, Sudan: A qualitative study. PloS One. 14(6), 2019.
  69. MacDonald N, Dubé E, Butler R, Vaccine hesitancy terminology: A response to Bedford et al. Vaccine, 37(30): 3947-48, 2019.
  70. Greyson D, Rafferty E, Slater L, MacDonald N, Bettinger JA, Dubé E, MacDonald, SE. Systematic review searches must be systematic, comprehensive, and transparent: a critique of Perman et al. BMC public health, 19(1), 153, 2019.
  71. Gagneur A, Quach C, Boucher FD, Tapiero B, De Wals P, Farrands A, Lemaitre T, Boulianne N, Sauvageau C, Ouakki M, Gagnon D, Petit G, Jacques MC, Gosselin V, Dubé E. "Promoting vaccination in the province of Québec: the PromoVaQ randomized controlled trial protocol." BMC public health 19:160, 2019.
  72. Carpacio R, Polonijo AN, Gilbert N, Cantin L, Dube E, Socioeconomic Status Differences in Parental Immunization Attitudes and Child Immunization in Canada: Findings from the 2013 Childhood National Immunization Coverage Survey (CNICS). Preventive Medicine, 123: 278-287, 2019.
  73. Dubé E*, Gagnon D, Clément P, Bettinger JA, Comeau JL, Deeks S, Guay M, MacDonald S, MacDonald NE, Mijovic H, Paragg J, Rubincam C, Sauvageau C, Steenbeck A, Wilson S. Challenges and opportunities of school-based HPV vaccination in Canada, Human Vaccine & Immunotherapeutics, 2019.
  74. Hakim H, Provencher T, Chambers CJ, Driedger SM, Dube E, Gavaruzzi T, Giguere AMC, Ivers NM, MacDonald S, Paquette JS, Wilson K, Reinharz D, Witteman HO. Interventions to help people understand community immunity: A systematic review. Vaccine, 37(2): 235-247, 2019.
  75. MacDonald N, Harmon S, Dube E, Taylor MN, Steenbeek A, Crowcroft N, Graham J, Is physician dismissal of vaccine refusers an acceptable practice in Canada? A 2018 overview. Peadiatric Child Health. 24(2): 92-97, 2019.
  76. Dubé E*, Gagnon D, MacDonald N, Bocquier A, Perretti-Watel P, Verger P, Underlying factors impacting vaccine hesitancy in high income countries: A review of qualitative studies. Expert Review of Vaccines, 2018.
  77. Dubé E*, Gagnon D, Kaminsky K, Green CR, Ouakki M, Bettinger JA, and the Canadian Immunization Network, Vaccination against Influenza in Pregnancy: A survey of Canadian Maternity Care Providers. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, 2018.
  78. Attwell K, Dubé E, Gagneur A, Omer SB, Suggs S, Thomson A, Vaccine confidence and uptake science, policy, and practice in a ‘post-fact’ world. Vaccine, 37(5) :677-682 2018.
  79. Dubé E, Farrands A, Lemaitre T, Boulianne N, Sauvageau C, Boucher FD, Tapiero B, Quach C, Ouakki M, Gosselin V, Gagnon D, De Wals P, Petit G, Jacques MC, Gagneur A, Overview of knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, vaccine hesitancy and vaccine acceptance among mothers of infants in Quebec, Canada. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. 10;(8), 2018.
  80. MacDonald NE, Dubé E. Addressing vaccine hesitancy in immunization programs, clinics and practices. Paediatrics & Child Health, 23(8), 2018. 
  81. Brousseau N, Gagnon D, Vivion M, Poliquin V, Boucoiran I, Tapiero B, Dubé E, "Anticipated challenges of implementing universal pertussis immunization during pregnancy in Quebec: a cross-sectional survey" Canadian Medical Association Journal Open, 6(3): 391-397, 2018.
  82. Roy M, Sherrard L, Dube E, Gilbert N. Déterminants de la non-vaccination contre la grippe saisonnière : Résultats de l’Enquête sur la santé dans les collectivités canadiennes (ESCC). Rapport sur la santé, Statistique Canada, 29(10): 23-31, 2018.
  83. MacDonald N, Harmon S, Dubé E, Steenbeek A, Crowcroft N, Opel DJ, Faour D, Leask J, Butler R, Mandatory Infant & Childhood Immunization: Rationales, Issues and Knowledge Gaps. Vaccine, 36(2018): 5811-5818, 2018.
  84. Dubé E, Leask J, Wolff B, Balaban V, Hosein E, Habersaat K, The WHO Tailoring Immunization Programmes (TIP) approach: Review of implementation to date. Vaccine, 36(11): 1509-1515, 2018.
  85. Dubé E*, Gagnon D, Ouakki M, Bettinger JA, Witteman HO, MacDonald S, Fisher W, Saini V, Greyson D, Canadian Immunization Research Network. Measuring vaccine acceptance among Canadian parents: A survey of the Canadian Immunization Research Network. Vaccine, 36 (4): 545-552, 2018.
  86. Maisonneuve AR, Witteman HO, Brehaut J, Dubé E, Wilson K, Educating children and adolescents about vaccines: a review of current literature. Expert Review of Vaccines 4: 311-321, 2018. Rôle: Collaboration à la synthèse de la littérature ; révision critique du manuscrit (20%)
  87. Dubé E*, MacDonald NE, Vaccine Hesitancy. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Global Public Health, DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.013.63, 2018.
  88. Shapiro GK, Tatar O, Dube E, Amsel R, Knauper B, Naz A, Perez S, Rosberger Z, The vaccine hesitancy scale: Psychometric properties and validation. Vaccine 36 (5): 660-667, 2018.
  89. Capurro G, Greenberg J, Dubé E, Driedger M, Measles, Moral Regulation and the Social Construction of Risk: Media Narratives of “Anti-Vaxxers” and the 2015 Disneyland Outbreak. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 43 (1) 2018.
  90. Lorcy, A, Dubé E*, Les enjeux des bactéries multi-résistantes à l’hôpital. Innovation technologiques, politiques publiques et expériences du personnel. Anthropologie et Santé, 16, 2018.
  91. Farmanara N, Sherrard L, Dubé E, Gilbert NL, Determinants of non-vaccination against seasonal influenza in Canadian adults: findings from the 2015-2016 Influenza Immunization Coverage Survey. Canadian Journal of public Health, 2018.
  92. Tai X, Smith AM, McGeer AJ, Dubé E, Holness DL, Katz K, McGillis H, McNeil SA, Powis J, Coleman BL, Comparison of response rates on invitation mode of a web-based survey on influenza vaccine adverse events among healthcare workers: a pilot study. BMC Medical Research methodology. 18(1): 59, 2018.
  93. Gagneur A, Gosselin V, Dubé E. Motivational Interviewing: A promising tool to address vaccine hesitancy. Vaccine, 36(44): 6553-6555, 2018.
  94. MacDonald NE, Butler R, Dubé E, Addressing barriers to vaccine acceptance: an overview. Human vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. 14 (1): 218-224, 2018.
  95. Dubé E*, MacDonald NE, Vaccination resilience: Building and sustaining confidence in and demand for vaccination. Vaccine 35(32): 3907-3909, 2017.
  96. Dubé E*, MacDonald N, Vaccine Hesitancy. Oxford Bibliographies. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756797-0171. 2017.
  97. O’Donnel S, Dubé, E, Tapiero B, Gagneur A, Doll MK, Quach C, Determinants of under-immunization and cumulative time spent under-immunized in a Quebec cohort. Vaccine, 35 (43): 5924-5931, 2017.
  98. Berman M, Dubé E, Quach C, Exploring the acceptability of the available pneumococcal conjugate vaccines in Canadian health care professionals and immunization experts. Vaccine, 35 (25): 3326-3332, 2017.
  99. Greenberg J, Dubé E, Driedger M, Vaccine Hesitancy: In Search of the Risk Communication Comfort Zone. Plos Current Outbreaks 9 pii: ecurrents.outbreaks, 2017
  100. MacDougall DM, Langley JM, Li L, Ye L, MacKinnon-Cameron D, Top KA, McNeil SA, Halperin BA, Swain A, Bettinger JA, Dubé E, De Serres G, Halperin SA, Canadian Immunization Research Network, Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of university students, faculty, and staff during a meningococcal serogroup B outbreak vaccination program. Vaccine, 35(18): 2520-2530, 2017.
  101. Filliter, J.H., Dodds L., MacDonald N., Shea S., Dube E., Smith I., Campbell L.A. The next vaccine autism question: Are school-aged youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder under- vaccinated and, if so, why? [Commentary]. Paediatrics and Child Health. 2017.

Chapitres de livres (5 dernières années)

  1. Malo B, Labbé F., Dubé E., Un portrait de la vaccination au Québec et du phénomène de l'hésitation à la vaccination in Le système de santé et des services sociaux au Québec. Santé des populations et territorialité à paraître en 2022 (PUQ).
  2. Dubé E, Gagnon, D Confiance, sources d’information et impact sur la prise de décision: l’exemple de la vaccination : 61-73 in Paganelli C (Dir), Confiance et légitimité dans le champ de la santé. London, ISTE éditions, 2018. 
  3. Dubé E, Gagnon, D Trust, information sources, and the impact on decision-making: the example of vaccination in Paganelli C (Dir), Confidence and Legitimacy in Health Information and Comunication. London, ISTE edition, 2018.
  4. Verger, P., Botelho-Nevers, E., Garrison, A., Gagnon, D., Gagneur, A., Gagneux-Brunon, A., & Dubé, E.* Vaccine hesitancy in health-care providers in Western countries: a narrative review.  Expert Review of Vaccine, 2022, 1-19.
  5. Verger, P., Fressard, L., Soveri, A., Dauby, N., Fasce, A., Karlsson, L., ... Dubé E & Gagneur, A. (2022). An instrument to measure psychosocial determinants of health care professionals’ vaccination behavior: Validation of the Pro-VC-Be questionnaire.  Expert Review of Vaccines, 2022 21(5), 693-709.

Projets de recherche

Titre; chercheur principal

Source; Programme

Montant total

Période

PROJETS DE RECHERCHE ACTIFS

Chaire de recherche IRSC sur l’anthropologie des enjeux de la vaccination; Eve Dubé

Institut de recherche en santé du Canada (IRSC); Chaire de santé publique appliquée

638 060$

01/2022 – 03/2027

Understanding and Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy in Nunavik; Eve Dubé

Canadian Immunization Research Network

47 723$

04/2022 – 03/2023

Healthcare Governance for a Post-COVID Canada: Leveraging Hard-Earned Experience for a More Equitable and Supportive System; Janice E Graham

IRSC; Addressing Wider Impacts of COVID-19

244 783$

03/2022 – 04/2024

Canadian Immunization Research Network; Scott Halperin

IRSC; Canadian Immunization Research Network Funding Extension

6 000 000$

04/2022 – 03/2024

Vaccine hesitancy and the Internet: An online ethnography in Canada; Eve Dubé

IRSC; Subvention projet

290 700$

10/2020 – 09/2023

L’étude MIICOVAC : un projet pilote utilisant l’entretien motivationnel pour augmenter l’acceptation du vaccin contre la COVID-19; Arnaud Gagneur

Agence de la santé publique du Canada (ASPC); Fonds de partenariat d’immunisation

495 201$

12/2021 – 03/2023

Assessing the impacts of COVID-19 on routine school-based immunizations and investigating strategies to catch-up on missed immunization opportunities in Canada; Cory Neudorf

IRSC; Subvention projet; Understanding and mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children, youth and families in Canada

149 144$

10/2021 – 09/2022

IDx: An exploration of regulatory, corporate, relational, and technical barriers to supply and global use of diagnostics in the fight against AMR; Eve Dubé

IRSC; 9th Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR)

324,000$

10/2019 – 09/2023

Jiu-Jitsu avec désinformation à l’ère de la COVID-19 : Utiliser l’apprentissage basé sur la réfutation pour améliorer l’adoption des vaccins et les connaissances des professionnels de la santé et du public; Arnaud Gagneur

Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC); Horizon 2020

50 000$

04/2021 – 03/2023

UNIversité Laval SARS-CoV-2 variant Research Network (UNICORN); Louis Flamand

Secrétariat Inter-Conseil (Canada); Understanding the pathogenesis of COVID-19 variants

100 000$

04/2021 – 03/2023

Creation of a Canadian Immunization Resource Centre: CANVax; Greg Penney

Agence de la santé publique du Canada (ASPC); Fonds de partenariat d’immunisation

1 786 867$

07/2017 – 03/2023

Habitus informationnel des personnes aînées au Québec en contexte de pandémie; Maryline Vivion

Conseil de recherche en sciences sociales du Canada (CRSH); Subventions Savoir

45 000$

07/2021 – 12/2022

COVID-19 et infodémie : pratiques informationnelles de groupes en situation de vulnérabilité à la COVID-19 au Québec en contexte de pandémie; Maryline Vivion

IRSC; Subvention projet

153 000$

03/2021 – 12/2022

Canadian Immunization Research Network, COVID Vaccine Readiness: Social Sciences and Humanities Network; Eve Dubé

IRSC; COVID-19 Vaccine Readiness

750 000$

10/2020 – 09/2022

 

 

 

 

Unpacking COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Canada; Eve Dubé

IRSC; Subvention de fonctionnement - Recherche prioritaire sur la COVID-19

489 981$$

07/2021 – 03/2023

Comprendre la prolifération infodémique pour contrer la désinformation: une approche intégrée de la société vers l’individu; Sébastien Tremblay

Université Laval; Programme de support aux projets thématiques liés à la relance

20 000$

06/2021 – 12/2022

Burden Ethnographic Modeling Evaluation Qaujilisaaqtuq (BEMEQ) on Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV); Joanne Langley

Canadian Immunization Research Network

300 481$

06/2019 – 03/2023

The nature and extent of vaccine hesitancy among chiropractors and naturopaths: identifying how vaccination views impact practice; Eve Dubé

CRSH; Subventions Savoirs

205 418$

03/2018 – 03/2023

Sociocultural and behavioural factors affecting communities' response to countermeasures for COVID-19 epidemic: identifying interventions to build trust; Eve Dubé

IRSC; Subvention de fonctionnement - Recherche rapide sur la COVID-19

499 089$

04/2020 – 03/2024

Vaccination contre les VPH en milieu scolaire : Développer des stratégies efficaces pour augmenter les couvertures vaccinales; Eve Dubé

ASPC; Fonds de partenariat d’immunisation

742 252$

01/2019 – 03/2023

An intervention using narratives to address vaccine hesitancy online; Eve Dubé

IRSC; Catalyst Grant

99 475$

10/2020 – 07/2022

Mémoires et thèses

Mémoires de maîtrise

En cours

  • Geneviève Gautreau
  • Mathieu Tardif

Complétés

  • Benjamin Malo (2020), Savoirs métissés, confiance et risque : la vaccination chez les naturopathes québécois, Université Laval
  • Caroline Boudreault-Fiset (2019), Hésitation à la vaccination chez les professionnels de la santé, Université Laval
  • Ariane Bluteau (2022), Pandémie et mesures de confinement : analyse des impacts sur la pratique d’activité physique dans différents segments de la population québécoise, Université Laval
  • Abraham Nizeyimana (2021), Pratiques et attitudes des soignants quant à la vaccination contre la grippe des malades chroniques, Université Laval
  • Catherine Pelletier (2020), Vaccination contre le VPH en milieu scolaire au Québec, quelles sont les stratégies efficaces pour améliorer les couvertures vaccinales? Université Laval
  • Semaria Jessica Adou (2020), Les infections nosocomiales, Université Laval
  • Nancy Christopher Kalanje (2020), Perceptions et pratiques en lien avec la vaccination chez les naturopathes du Québec : une analyse Web, Université Laval
  • Gerard Twahirwa (2019), Évaluation de l’implantation des mesures visant à améliorer les couvertures vaccinales dans les programmes de vaccination scolaire auprès des directeurs des écoles primaires du Québec, Université Laval
  • Zouina Benaby (2019), Perceptions des infections nosocomiales et des pratiques de prévention par les professionnels de santé, Université Laval
  • Shauna O'Donnell (2018), Determinants of under-immunization in a Quebec cohort, Université McGill
  • Sara Atif (2017), Acceptabilité des nouvelles technologies pour la prévention des infections nosocomiales, Université Laval
  • Alexandra Paradis (2017), Efficacité d'une intervention basée sur les témoignages auprès de parents hésitants à la vaccination, Université Laval
  • Melissa Berman Rosa (2017), Pneumococcal Vaccines Acceptability Study, Université McGill
  • Cheick Bady Diallo (2016), La perception des risques liés aux maladies évitables par la vaccination, Université Laval
  • Anne Kimpton (2016), Facteurs déterminants l'utilisation d'un site Internet pour déclarer les effets secondaires des vaccins par les parents, Université Laval

Thèse de doctorat

En cours

  • Moustapha Faye, Université Laval
  • Benjamin Malo, Université Laval
  • Doriane Étienne, Université Laval
  • Robin Humble, University of Alberta
  • Sarah Ashfield, University of Western Ontario
  • Philip White, NewCastle University

Complétées

  • Kate Allan (2021), Travail Social, Co-direction avec Shelley Craig et Barbara Fallon, Addressing vaccine hesitancy in Canada: Paediatricians’ perspectives and social work opportunities, Université de Toronto
  • Maryline Vivion (2019), Anthropologie, Co-direction avec Raymond Massé, Habitus informationnel 2.0 : approche parentale et hésitation à la vaccination à l'ère d'Internet, Université Laval

Accueil et accompagnement de stagiaires postdoctoraux

Accueil et accompagnement de stagiaires postdoctoraux

  • 2019-2020 : Kodzo Awoenam Adedzi

Curriculum

Doctorat, Université Laval, 2007

Intérêts de recherche

  • Anthropologie de la médecine
  • Anthropologie réflexive
  • Politiques et systèmes de santé