contributed to plodding vaccination rates in the U.S., said Shikha Jain, MD, FACP, a medical oncologist at UI Health in Chicago. ... 23, vaccination numbers kept trudging along but did not see the increase that might have been expected.
But the better response, which every responsible public health expert (or even novice) endorses, is vaccination. ... But I suspect it would make vaccination more attractive for those that wish to use public transportation and air travel.
of vaccination, as well as offered advice to internists on getting more patients vaccinated. ... Although the basic message is simple—get the shot—the landscape of vaccination against COVID-19 has gotten increasingly complicated.
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Of course we begin with age-appropriate vaccination, which we should be doing for all of our patients,” said Dr. ... If they aren't, we will redo it at the double dose of the vaccination.”.
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2018/02/qi-project-helps-raise-vaccination-rates.htm. With patients likely to decline all vaccinations, of any kind, due mainly to concerns about safety or adverse ... all vaccinations, of any kind, due mainly to
An article in the April 2021 ACP Internist offered experts' perspectives on allergies and COVID-19 vaccination. ... Younger people were more likely than older people to prioritize vaccination of healthy adults over age 65 years.
Age-appropriate, up-to-date vaccination is key. The Affordable Care Act will be 10 years old next March.
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2017/02/editors.htm. This issue covers such topics as HPV vaccination, news from ObesityWeek, and a preview of upcoming events at Internal Medicine Meeting 2017. ... umbrella. While HPV vaccination has not been used long
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2021/04/primary-cares-role-in-covid-19-vaccination.htm. Patients report that they trust their primary care practitioner the most, because a physician can address their ... Having visited vaccination sites, Dr. Fairchild