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QI project helps raise vaccination rates | ACP Internist

With patients likely to decline all vaccinations, of any kind, due mainly to concerns about safety or adverse effects, physicians opted to work with ACP's “I Raise the Rates” initiative as a quality improvement project.

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QD: News Every Day--Flu vaccination improves for health care workers : ACP Internist

Flu vaccination coverage among health care providers improved to about two-thirds coverage but remains below the national target of 90%, the...

QD: News Every Day--Vaccination rates rising among health care professionals : ACP Internist

72% of health care personnel reported getting the flu vaccine for the 2012–13 season, an increase from 66.9% coverage during the previous se...

Celebrities, candidates irresponsible about vaccination opinions : ACP Internist

Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has been in the health care headlines recently, saying the HPV vaccine was dangerous. Although doct...

More health workers unsure about H1N1 vaccination : ACP Internist

In a follow-up to Tuesday's post that found Canadian health workers might refuse an H1N1 vaccine during a pandemic, another report finds a...

HPV vaccination now impacts practice later | ACP Internist

This issue covers such topics as HPV vaccination, news from ObesityWeek, and a preview of upcoming events at Internal Medicine Meeting 2017.

Vaccination nihilists endanger us all : ACP Internist

My favorite libertarian quote is, "The right to swing my fist ends where the other man's nose begins," attributed to Oliver Wendell Holmes, ...

QD: News Every Day--Tweets track vaccination rates and attitudes : ACP Internist

A researcher has used social media to track attitudes about vaccination and how they correlate with vaccination rates, in the process creati...

HPV vaccine impacts disease, screening | ACP Internist

While HPV immunization is recommended during adolescence, internists practicing in the postvaccine era have their own host of considerations: namely, screening for cervical cancer and providing catch-up vaccination.

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