HSRD 2004 National Meeting Abstract: 1064. Facilitation of Interventions to Improve Vaccination Rates: SCI QUERI Return to: All Abstracts HSR
increase vaccination rates for persons with SCI&D. A secondary objective was to assess the effect of increased vaccination rates on respiratory-
of high-dose (HD) influenza vaccination compared to standard-dose (SD) vaccination among Veterans 65 years and older who received either HD or
DRA DRE Portfolios/Projects Centers Career Development Projects SCT 01-169 Increasing Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination in the VA
vaccination compared to SD vaccination among 25,714 elderly Veterans (65 years and older) who received HD vaccine and 139,511 elderly Veterans
hoping to improve their vaccination rates. Three factors distinguished sites with high flu vaccination rates from those with low rates: High levels
Taljaard M, Ogarek J, Gozalo P, Han L, Mor V. Comparative effectiveness of high-dose versus standard-dose influenza vaccination on numbers of
significantly lower adjusted odds of completing HPV vaccination. Adding socioeconomic factors to the models attenuated the HPV vaccination initiation
care settings and are professionally responsible for receiving annual influenza vaccination. Vaccine rates for SCI/D HCWs have been about 50% for
analysis comparing preattack vaccination with postattack antibiotic treatment and vaccination. Annals of internal medicine. 2007 Apr 9; 167(7):
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