Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, December 3rd, 2002
A.N. Siriwardena and colleagues conducted a small study on the impact of educational outreach visits to primary healthcare providers in England. The effort met with variable success, according to their findings.
The researchers randomized 15 primary healthcare practices in the Trent region of England to receive the outreach visits and 15 to constitute the control group. All practices were first stratified for baseline influenza and pneumococcal vaccine rates.
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