Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 24th, 2005
"This study investigated predictors of influenza vaccination uptake since the introduction of the policy to target patients older than 65. Four hundred and forty-four participants completed a cross-sectional structured interview. The predictors of vaccination uptake were: having a doctor or nurse who explained why the vaccination is important and possible side effects; living with others; higher occupational status; and having a car or being able to walk to the [doctor's office] rather than rely on others or public...
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