How partnering community programs with medical care may be the key to improving vaccination rates in patients with mental illness.
Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN
More than ever, vaccine recommendations are coming with caveats. As vaccines become more targeted, how will this impact the future of recommendations for clinicians?
While many meningococcal B vaccines strike college campuses, the threat of the disease is too low and the cost of the vaccine too high to warrant universal vaccination, according to a new report.
A new report reveals physicians have issues they need to resolve to move adult immunization forward.
A new study reveals that primary care offices are the best place to receive hepatitis vaccines, but more work is needed to improve timing.
While there are some changes physicians can make at the personal and practice level, it requires system-wide transformation to alleviate burnout.
Streamlined administrative tasks, inbox management, and focus on work-life balance can all help reduce physician burnout.
Adult vaccination should be promoted as a way to improve health, rather than just avoid disease, according to a new report
CDC has issued a statement to put to rest the question of whether adults need a booster for measles protection
Mainstream media is raising the alarm on measles and posing a question about vaccine boosters. Are you ready to answer your patients’ questions?