Parental Refusal to Have Children Immunised: Extent and Reasons
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1995 Jan 28; 310(6974): 227.
One aim of an immunisation programme is to obtain the maximum uptake possible. Parents can opt out of having their children immunised, so the programme must also aim to enable parents to make an informed choice. No one has specifically looked at the group of children who receive no immunisations and why their parents make this choice. This study was set up to get this information.
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