A new study investigates what societal factors influence HPV vaccination as age recommendation for vaccine expands.
Flu vaccines manufactured by Sanofi Pasteur will be delayed a few weeks, but should still arrive in time to provide protection for the season.
A small study polling patients on vaccine refusal reasons at a small travel clinic reveals that patients were more worried about what they perceived as vaccine risks rather than diseases themselves, even after education was provided.
Physicians can spend a lot of time teaching clients about vaccines, and there is a lot to be lost when educating patients who don’t need or aren’t interested in receiving vaccines.
How partnering community programs with medical care may be the key to improving vaccination rates in patients with mental illness.
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.
Today, patients’ concerns about vaccinations fall along a spectrum, with some refusing all vaccines while others are more hesitant about specific immunizations like the MMR vaccine or receiving several vaccines at once.
Pharmacies are a convenient option for patients who need vaccines, but there are still barriers that complicate the pharmacy-based vaccination process. A new report highlights the problems and proposes solutions.
Most practices aren’t aware of the many options for payment and reimbursement available for adult vaccines, according to a new report.