The effectiveness of combined appointments and influenza immunization rates in a rural WIC population
Lisa L. Sitler, PhD, College of Nursing, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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Understanding how to increase childhood influenza immunizations is necessary for prevention of illness. The purpose of this activity is to examine predictors and barriers to influenza immunization in a rural low-income WIC population. Implementation of these results may also increase overall rates of childhood immunizations.
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|Keywords||Acceptability of Immunizations;
Pediatric Influenza Immunizations;
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