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Immunization Strategies and Practices

Immunization Strategies and Practices

Publisher American Academy of Pediatrics
Year 01/05/2018
Edition First
Pages 176
Version paperback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9781610021814
Categories Public health & preventive medicine, Immunology, Paediatric medicine
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Book description

Pediatric Collections offers what you need to know - original, focused research in a snapshot approach. Vaccine delivery is a substantive portion of pediatric practice and addressing vaccine hesitancy is time-consuming. This collection of articles will assist providers by providing vaccine information and policy statements in a single, easily accessible platform. Our work as healthcare providers involves weighing the risks and benefits of vaccines and ensuring that the best data are communicated to providers, parents, and others who care for children. Transparency, especially in the age of social media is vital to increasing confidence in vaccines. Order this limited-edition print collection to build your clinical reference library, augment your training and academic activities, launch new public health initiatives and research endeavors, or implement prevention strategies in your community. As a bonus to ordering this print collection, receive a FREE infographic poster with purchase, "2018 Recommended Immunization Schedule.

Immunization Strategies and Practices

Table of contents

Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedules-United States, 2018
From the American Academy of Pediatrics Original Publication March-1-2018
Physician Response to Parental Requests to Spread Out the Recommended Vaccine Schedule
Article Original Publication April-1-2015
Study Looks at Impact of Different PCV13 Schedules for Preterm Infants
AAP News Original Publication August-9-2016
What's the Best Pneumococcal Vaccination Schedule for Preterm Infants? A Randomized Controlled Trial Tells All
Blog Original Publication August-15-2016
Schedules for Pneumococcal Vaccination of Preterm Infants: An RCT
Article Original Publication September-1-2016
Pneumococcal Vaccines in Preterm Infants: Are More Doses Better? Implications for Other Vaccines
Article Original Publication September-1-2016
More Evidence Supporting Pertussis Immunization of Pregnant Moms
Blog Original Publication August-8-2017
Tdap Vaccination During Pregnancy Prevents Infant Pertussis
Literature Review Original Publication August-1-2017
Effectiveness of Vaccination During Pregnancy to Prevent Infant Pertussis
Article Original Publication May-1-2017
Study Looks at HPV Prevalence Since Introduction of Vaccine
AAP News Original Publication February-23-2016
Prevalence of HPV After Introduction of the Vaccination Program in the United States
Article Original Publication March-1-2016
Rotavirus Vaccine and Intussusception: A Gut Check
Blog Original Publication September-8-2016
Rotavirus Vaccine and Intussusception Hospitalizations
Commentary Original Publication September-1-2016
Intussusception Rates Before and After the Introduction of Rotavirus Vaccine
Article Original Publication September-1-2016

Parental Concerns, Hesitancy, and Exemptions
The Ethics of Good Intentions
Blog Original Publication September-22-2016
Should Pediatric Practices Have Policies to Not Care for Children With Vaccine-Hesitant Parents?
Ethics Rounds Original Publication October-1-2016
How to Address Vaccine Hesitancy: New Report Says Dismissal a Last Resort
AAP News Original Publication August-29-2016
Facing the Dilemma of Dismissing Vaccine Refusers
AAP News Original Publication August-29-2016
Clinical Report: Countering Vaccine Hesitancy
From the American Academy of Pediatrics Original Publication September-1-2016
Eliminate Nonmedical Immunization Exemptions for School Entry, Says AAP
AAP News Original Publication August-29-2016
Policy Statement: Medical Versus Nonmedical Immunization Exemptions for Child Care and School Attendance
From the American

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