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Andrus, J., & Walker, D. (2015). Perspectives on expanding the evidence base to inform vaccine introduction: Program costing and cost-effectiveness analyses. Vaccine,33(Supplement 1), A2–A3. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.01.001 [link]

Brenzel, L., Young, D., & Walker, D. (2015). Costs and financing of routine immunization: Approach and selected findings of a multi-country study (EPIC). Vaccine,33(Supplement 1), A13–A20. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.066 [link]

Gargasson, J., Nyonator, F., Adibo, M., Gessner, B., & Colombini, A. (2015). Costs of routine immunization and the introduction of new and underutilized vaccines in Ghana. Vaccine, 33(Supplement I), A40-A46. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.081 [link]

Schütte, C., Chansa, C., Marinda, E., Guthrie, T., Banda, S., Nombewu, Z., . . . Kinghorn, A. (2015). Cost analysis of routine immunisation in Zambia. Vaccine, 33(Supplement 1), A47-A52. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.040 [link]

Janusz, C., Castañeda-Orjuela, C., Aguilera, I., Garcia, A., Mendoza, L., Díaz, I., & Resch, S. (2015). Examining the cost of delivering routine immunization in Honduras. Vaccine, 33(Supplement I), A53-A59. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.01.016 [link]

Goguadze, K., Chikovani, I., Gaberi, C., Maceira, D., Uchaneishvili, M., Chkhaidze, N., & Gotsadze, G. (2015). Costs of routine immunization services in Moldova: Findings of a facility-based costing study. Vaccine,33(Supplement I), A60-A65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.034 [link]

Ahanhanzo, C., Huang, X., Gargasson, J., Sossou, J., Nyonator, F., Colombini, A., & Gessner, B. (2015). Determinants of routine immunization costing in Benin and Ghana in 2011. Vaccine,33(Supplement I), A66-A71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.069 [link]

Maceira, D., Goguadze, K., & Gotsadze, G. (2015). The drivers of facility-based immunization performance and costs. An application to Moldova. Vaccine, 33(Supplement I), A72-A78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.041 [link]

Guthrie, T., Zikusooka, C., Kwesiga, B., Abewe, C., Lagony, S., Schutte, C., . . . Kinghorn, A. (2015). Mapping financial flows for immunisation in Uganda 2009/10 and 2010/11: New insights for methodologies and policy. Vaccine, 33(Supplement I), A79-A84. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.053 [link]

Valdés, W., Janusz, C., Aguilera, I., Mendoza, L., Díaz, I., & Resch, S. (2015). Tracking financial flows for immunization in Honduras. Vaccine,33(Supplement 1), A85–A92. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.01.012 [link]

Brenzel, L. (2015). What have we learned on costs and financing of routine immunization from the comprehensive multi-year plans in GAVI eligible countries? Vaccine, 33(Supplement I), A93-A98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.12.076 [link]

PAHO: New studies show immunization remains a 'best buy' in the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases. (2015, May 11). [link]

Kinghorn, A., Schutte, C., Marinda, E., & Chansa, C. (2015, July 13). What drives Productivity and Costs of Routine Immunization Services in Zambia? Lecture presented at IHEA World Congress in Bocconi University, Milan. [link] [presentation material]

Janusz, C., Castaneda, C., Berenice, I.M., & Resch, S. (2015, July 13). Cost and Productivity of Routine Immunization Services in Honduras. Lecture presented at IHEA World Congress in Bocconi University, Milan. [link] [presentation material]

Resch, S., Lee, K., Suharlim, C., Ward, W., & Menzies, N. (2015, July 13). Estimating the costs of scaling up immunization: evidence from the EPIC studies. Lecture presented at IHEA World Congress in Bocconi University, Milan. [link] [presentation material]

Menzies, N., Ward, Z., Suharlim, C., & Resch, S. (2015, July 13). Estimating the Technical Efficiency of Immunization Programs: Evidence from the EPIC Studies. Lecture presented at IHEA World Congress in Bocconi University, Milan. [link] [presentation material]

Ozawa, S., Clark, S., Portnoy, A., Grewal, S., Brenzel, L., & Walker, D. (2016). Return On Investment From Childhood Immunization In Low- And Middle-Income Countries, 2011–20. Health Affairs,35, 199-207. 10.1377/hlthaff.2015.1086 [link]

Vaccines save up to 44 dollars to the dollar. (2016, February 08). ResearchGate. [link]

Brenzel, L. (2016, February 09). Vaccines: The Best Shot for Children and Economies. [link]

Levin, C. (2016, February 18). Meeting Report: Convening on immunization delivery costs (Rep.). [link]

Brenzel, L., Schütte, C., Goguadze, K., Valdez, W., Gargasson, J., & Guthrie, T. (2016). EPIC Studies: Governments Finance, On Average, More Than 50 Percent Of Immunization Expenses, 2010–11 Health Affairs,35, 259-265. [link]

Griffiths, U.K., Bozzani, F.M., Chansa, C., Kinghorn, A., Goguadze, K., Kalesha-Masumbu, P., Rudd, C., Chilengi, R., Brenzel, L., & Schutte, C. (2016). Costs of introducing pneumococcal, rotavirus and a second dose of measles vaccine into the Zambian immunisation programme: Are expansions sustainable? Vaccine [link]

Kinghorn, A., Schütte, C., Undi, M., Banda, S. (2016, May 14). Incorporating costing study results into district and service planning to enhance program performance - a Zambian Case Study (Rep.). [link]

Suharlim, C., Munk, C., Brenzel, L., Resch, S. (2016, July 21). Meeting Report: 2016 Immunization Costing Workshop (Rep.). [link]

Bloom, D., Johnson, S., Cadarette, D., Sullivan, J. (2016, April). Workshop Pre-reading: Advancing the Value of Vaccines Research Agenda (Rep.). [link]

Bloom, D., Cadarette, D., Sullivan, J. (2016, September). Workshop Summary: Advancing the Value of Vaccines Research Agenda (Rep.). [link]

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. (2016, July 21). Helping nations assess and manage immunization costs. [link]