Vaccine Health Beliefs and Educational Influences among Pediatric Residents

Published: 14-12-2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rptg7xs35v.1
Contributor:
Gitanjli Arora

Description

Vaccine Health Beliefs and Educational Influences among Pediatric Residents is a pilot study of pediatric residents to describe perceived benefits and effects of vaccines and educational influences on vaccine practice among pediatric residents. This data is of 87 pediatric residents, from two institutions in a region with relatively high vaccine hesitancy, responded to a survey conducted in 2014-2015. Through this survey, residents identified professional experiences with vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs) and observing pediatricians as most impactful to their vaccine beliefs.

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