Literature

Here are links to the abstracts of articles informing the Let's Talk Vaccines intervention:

Ball, L. G. Evans & A. Bostrom. (1998). “Risky Business: Challenges in Vaccine Risk Communication.” Pediatrics 101(3): 453-458.*

Benin, L. et al. (2006). “Qualitative Analysis of Mothers’ Decision-Making About Vaccines for Infants: The Importance of Trust.” Pediatrics 117(5): 1532-1541.

Bloom, B. (2005). “Effects of continuing medical education on improving physician clinical care and patient health: a review of systematic reviews.” Int J Technol Assess Health Care 21(3): 288-299.

Davis, T. et al. (2001). “Childhood vaccine risk/benefit communication in private practice office settings: a national survey.” Pediatrics 107(2): E17.

Fagerlin, B. et al.  (2011).  "Helping Patients Decide: Ten Steps to Better Risk Communication."  JNCI (103)19: 1-8.

Gellin B., E. Maibach & E. Marcuse. (2006). “Do parents understand immunizations? A national telephone survey.” Pediatrics 106:1097-1102.

Gilmour, J. et al. (2011). “Childhood Immunization: When Physicians and Parents Disagree.” Pediatrics 128: S167-S174.

Gust, D. et al. (2008). “Parents With Doubts About Vaccines: Which Vaccines and Reasons Why.” Pediatrics 122(4): 718-725.

Gust, D. et al. (2008). “Physicians who do and do not recommend children get all vaccinations.” J Health Commun 13(6): 573-582.

Gust, D. et al. (2008). “Underimmunization among children: effects of vaccine safety concerns on immunization status.” Pediatrics 114(1): e16-22.

Kane, M. (1998). “Commentary: Public Perception and the Safety of immunization.” Vaccine s73-78.*

Larson, K et al. (2006). “Public health detailing: a strategy to improve the delivery of clinical preventive services in New York City.” Public Health Rep 121(3): 228-234.

Leask, J. et al. (2006). “What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study.” Vaccine 24(46-50): 7238-7245.

Luthy, K., R. Beckstrand, & N. Peterson (2009). “Parental hesitation as a factor in delayed childhood immunization.” J Pediatr Health Care 23(6): 388-393.

Offit P. et al. (2002). “Addressing parents’ concerns: do multiple vaccines overwhelm or weaken the infant’s immune system?” Pediatrics 109(1):124-129.

Offit, P. & C. Hackett. (2003). “Addressing Parents’ Concerns: Do Vaccines Cause Allergic or Autoimmune Diseases?” Pediatrics 111(3): 653-659.

Offit, P. & C. Moser. (2009). “The Problem with Dr. Bob’s Alternative Vaccine Schedule.” Pediatrics 123: e164-e169.

Offit, P. & R. Jew. (2003). “Addressing Parents’ Concerns: Do Vaccines Contain Harmful Preservatives, Adjuvants, Additives, or Residuals?” Pediatrics 112(6): 1394-1401.

Opel, D. et al. (2009). “Social marketing as a strategy to increase immunization rates.” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 163(5): 432-437.

Opel, D. et al. (2011) “Development of a survey to identify vaccine-hesitant parents: the parent attitudes about childhood vaccines survey.” Hum Vaccin 7(4):419-425.

Opel, D. et al. (2011). “Validity and reliability of a survey to identify vaccine-hesitant parents.” Vaccine 29(38): 6598-6605.

Rooney, J. et al. (2004). “The Largest Outbreak of Measles in the United States during 1999: Imported Measles and Pockets of Susceptibility.” The Journal of Infectious Diseases 198(Supp 1): S78-80.

Roush, S. & T. Murphy. (2011). “Historical Comparisons of Morbidity and Mortality for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in the United States.” JAMA 298(18): 2155-2163.

Smith, J. et al. (2004). “Children Who Have Received No Vaccines: Who Are they and Where Do They Live?” Pediatrics 114(1): 1-9.

Smith, J. et al. (2011). “Parental Delay or Refusal of Vaccine Doses, Childhood Vaccination Coverage at 24 Months of Age, and the Health Belief Model.” Public Health Reports 126(2): 135-146.

Soumerai, S. (1990). “Principles of Educational Outreach (‘Academic Detailing’) to Improve Clinical Decision Making.” JAMA 263(4): 549-556.

Tenrreiro, K. (2005). “Time-Efficient Strategies to Ensure Vaccine Risk/Benefit Communication.” Journal of Pediatric Nursing 20(6): 469-476.

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