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Assessing and Improving Rates 2003
Barriers to Pneumococcal and Influenza Vaccination in Older Community-Dwelling Adults (2000-2001)
Authors: Nowalk MP, Zimmerman RK, Shen S, Jewell IK, Raymund M
Source: Journal of the American Geriatric Society, January 2003, Vol. 52(1):25-30
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Adoption of Reminder and Recall Messages for Immunizations by Pediatricians and Public Health Clinics
Authors: Tierney CD, Yusuf H, McMahon SR, et al
Source: Pediatrics, November 2003, Vol. 112(5):1069-1075
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Increasing Immunization Coverage
Source: Pediatrics, October 2003, Vol. 112(4):993-6
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Childhood Immunizations: A Parent Education and Incentive Program
Authors: Lieber MT, Colden FY, Colon AL
Source: Journal of Pediatric Health Care, September-October 2003, Vol. 17(5):240-4
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Increasing Penumococcal Vaccination Rates Among Hospitalized Patients
Authors: Nowalk MP, Middleton DB, Zimmerman RK, Hess MM, Skledar SJ, Jacobs MA
Source: Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, Vol. 24(7):526-531
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Impact of the Introduction of a Combined Haemophilus B Conjugate Vaccine and Hepatitis B Recombinant Vaccine on Vaccine Coverage Rates in a Large West Coast Health Maintenance Organization
Authors: Davis RL, Coplan P, Mell L, Black S, Shinefield H, Lewis E
Source: Pediatrics Infectious Disease Journal, July 2003, Vol. 22(7):657-8
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Patient Education Strategies to Improve Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates: Randomized Trial
Authors: Thomas DM, Ray SM, Morton FJ, Drew JS, Offutt G, Whitney CG, Jacobson TA
Source: Journal of Investigative Medicine, May 2003, Vol. 51(3):141-8
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Assessing and Improving Rates 2002-1998
Missed Opportunities to Immunize. Psychosocial and Practice Correlates
Authors: Prislin R, Sawyer MH, De Guire M, Brennan J, Holcomb K, Nader PR
Source: American Journal of Preventive Medicine, April 2002, Vol. 22(3):165-9
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Immunization Recall: Effectiveness and Barriers to Success in an Urban Teaching Clinic
Authors: Kempe A, Lowery NE, Pearson KA, et al
Source: Journal of Pediatrics, November 2001, Vol. 139(5):630-5
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Adolescent Immunization Practices: A National Survey of US Physicians
Authors: Schaffer SJ, Humiston SG, Shone LP, Averhoff FM, Szilagyi PG
Source: Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, May 2001, Vol. 155(5):566-571
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Undervaccinated African-American Preschoolers: A Case of Missed Opportunities
Authors: Daniels D, Jiles RB, Klevens RM, Herrera GA
Source: American Journal of Preventive Medicine, May 2001, Vo. 20(4 Suppl):61-8
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Impact of an Encounter-Based Prompting System on Resident Vaccine Administration Performance and Immunization Knowledge
Authors: Shaw JS, Samuels RC, Larusso EM, Bernstein HH
Source: Pediatrics, April 2000, Vol. 105 (4 Pt 2):978-983
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Assessing Immunization Performance of Private Practitioners in Maine: Impact of the Assessment, Feedback, Incentives, and Exchange Strategy
Authors: Massoudi MS, Walsh J, Stokley S, Rosenthal J, et al
Source: Pediatrics, June 1999, Vol. 103(6 Pt 1):1218-1223
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Improving Immunization Rates in Private Pediatrics Practices through Physician Leadership
Authors: Sinn JS, Morrow AL, Finch AB
Source: Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, June 1999, Vol. 153(6):597-603
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Do We Practice What We Teach about Childhood Immunization in New Jersey?
Authors: Sharkness CM, Goun BD, Davis LA, Sykes LE
Source: Family Medicine, November-December 1998, Vol. 30(10:727-732
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Tips to Improve Your Clinic's Immunization Rates
Source: Immunization Action Coalition
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