Pediatric and Adolescent Vaccinations
1. Integrate into practice informational resources about the latest ACIP recommendations and updates about vaccine safety and shortages.
2. Address parental concern about the necessity, safety and efficacy of vaccines, including concerns about thimerosal.
3. Construct an effective approach for increasing pediatric and adolescent immunization rates in practice through the use of reminder and recall systems.
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Donald B. Middleton, MD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine; Vice President for Residency Education, UPMC St. Margaret, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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