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Archive 2003–2000
Vaccination in Schools 2015
Parental Perceptions and Predictors of Consent for School-located Influenza Vaccination in Urban Elementary School Children in the United States
Authors: Cheung S, Wang HL, Mascola L, Nelson El Amin A, Pannaraj PS
Source: Influenza Other Respir Viruses, e-published June 13, 2015
Trust and a School-Located Immunization Program
Authors: Won TL, Middleman AB, Auslander BA, Short MB
Source: J Adolesc Health, May 2015, Vol. 56(5 Suppl):S33-39
Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake in Boys and Girls in a School-based Vaccine Delivery Program in Prince Edward Island, Canada
Authors: McClure CA, MacSwain MA, Morrison H, Sanford CJ
Source: Vaccine, April 8, 2015, Vol. 33(15):1786-9
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Vaccination in Schools 2014-2010
School-Located Vaccination Clinics for Adolescents: Correlates of Acceptance Among Parents
Authors: Gargano LM, Weiss P, Underwood NL
Source: J Community Health, e-published December 21, 2014
School-Located Influenza Vaccination Reduces Community Risk for Influenza and Influenza-Like Illness Emergency Care Visits
Authors: Tran CH, Sugimoto JD, Pulliam JR, et al.
Source: PLoS One, December 9, 2014, Vol. 9(12):e114479
Challenges to School-located Vaccination: Lessons Learned
Authors: Limper HM, Burns JL, Lloyd LM, Atilano J, Alexander KA, Caskey RN
Source: Pediatric, October 2014, Vol. 134(4):803-8
School-based Vaccination of Young US Males: Impact of Health Beliefs on Intent and First Dose Acceptance
Authors: Rickert VI, Auslander BA, Cox DS, Rosenthal SL, Rickert JA, Rupp R, Zimet GD
Source: Vaccine, April 7, 2014, Vol. 32(17):1982-7
School-located Vaccination of Adolescents with Insurance Billing: Cost, Reimbursement, and Vaccination Outcomes
Authors: Daley MF, Kempe A, Pyrzanowski J, st al.
Source: J Adolesc Health, March 2014, Vol. 54(3):282-8
Reaching Children Never Previously Vaccinated for Influenza through a School-Located Vaccination Program
Authors: Kansagra SM, Papadouka V, Geevarughese A, Hansen MA, Konty KJ, Zucker JR
Source: Am J Public Health, January 2014, Vol. 104(1):e45-9
What Parents and Adolescent Boys Want in School Vaccination Programs in the United States
Authors: Shah PD, McRee AL, Reiter PL, Brewer NT
Source: J Adolesc Health, e-published November 25, 2013
Understanding Reasons for Participating in a School-Based Influenza Vaccination Program and Decision-Making Dynamics among Adolescents and Parents
Authors: Herbert NL, Gargano LM, Painter JE, et al.
Source: Health Educ Res, August 2013, Vol. 28(4):663-72
Implementing and Sustaining School-Located Influenza Vaccination Programs: Perspectives from Five Diverse School Districts
Authors: Wilson D, Sanchez KM, Blackwell SH, Weinstein E, Amin AN
Source: J Sch Nurs, e-published April 24, 2013
Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Elementary School-Located Vaccination against Influenza-Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
Authors: Yoo BK, Humiston SG, Szilagyi PG, Schaffer SJ, Long C, Kolasa M
Source: Vaccine, April 19, 2013, Vol. 31(17):2156-64
Private Middle School Parents' Perspectives Regarding School-Located Immunization Programs (SLIPs)
Authors: Venkatesh SR, Acosta AB, Middleman AB
Source: J Sch Nurs, April 18, 2013
School-Located Influenza Vaccination and Absenteeism among Elementary School Students in a Hispanic Community
Authors: Keck PC, Ynalvez MA, Gonzalez HF, Castillo KD
Source: J Sch Nurs, April 18, 2013
Adolescents' Perspectives on Vaccination outside the Traditional Medical Home: A Survey of Urban Middle and High School Students
Authors: Pyrzanowski J, Curtis CR, Crane LA, et al.
Source: Clin Pediatr (Phila), April 2103, Vol. 52(4):329-37
Physician Attitudes Regarding School-Located Vaccinations
Authors: McCormick EV, Durfee J, Vogt TM, Daley MF, Hambidge SJ, Shlay J
Source: Pediatrics, November 2012, Vol. 130(5):887-96
Logistical and Fiscal Sustainability of a School-Based, Pharmacist-Administered Influenza Vaccination Program
Authors: Fontanesi J, Jue-Leong S
Source: J Am Pharm Assoc (2003), September 1, 2012, Vol. 52(5):e74-9
Parental Views of School-Located Delivery of Adolescent Vaccines
Authors: Kelminson K, Saville A, Seewald L, et al.
Source: J Adolesc Health, August 2012, Vol. 51(2):190-6
School-Located Influenza Immunization Programs: Factors Important to Parents and Students
Authors: Middleman AB, Short MB, Doak JS
Source: Vaccine, July 13, 2012, Vol. 30(33):4993-9
Coordination Costs for School-Located Influenza Vaccination Clinics, Maine, 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
Authors: Beeler Asay GR, Cho BH, Lorick SA, Tipton ML, Dube NL, Messonnier ML
Source: J Sch Nurs., e-published June 11, 2012
Effectiveness and Cost of Immunization Recall at School-Based Health Centers
Authors: Kempe A, Barrow J, Stokley S, et al.
Source: Pediatrics, June 2012, Vol. 129(6):e1446-52
Completion and Timing of the Three-Dose Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Series among Adolescents Attending School-Based Health Centers in Oregon
Authors: Gold R, Naleway AL, Jenkins LL, et al.
Source: Prev Med, June 1, 2011, Vol. 52(6):456-8
School-Located Immunization Programs: Do Parental Preferences Predict Behavior?
Authors: Middleman AB, Tung JS
Source: Vaccine, April 27, 2011, Vol. 29(19):3513-6
Current Experience with School-Located Influenza Vaccination Programs in the United States: A Review of the Medical Literature
Authors: Hull HF, Ambrose CS
Source: Hum Vaccin, February 1, 2011, Vol. 7(2): 153-60
The Impact of School-Located Influenza Vaccination Programs on Student Absenteeism: A Review of the U.S. Literature
Authors: Hull HF, Ambrose CS
Source: J Sch Nurs, February 2011, Vol. 27(1):34-42
Direct and Indirect Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccination Delivered to Children at School Preceding an Epidemic Caused by 3 New Influenza Virus Variants
Authors: Glezen WP, Gaglani MJ, Kozinetz CA, Piedra PA
Source: J Infect Dis, December 1, 2010, Vol. 202(11):1626-33
Parental Attitudes about Influenza Immunization and School-Based Immunization for School-Aged Children
Authors: Allison MA, Reyes M, Young P, et al.
Source: Pediatr Infect Dis J, March 19, 2010, Vol. 29(8):751-5School-Based Influenza Vaccine Delivery, Vaccination Rates, and Healthcare
Statewide School-Located Influenza Vaccination Program for Children 5-13 Years of Age, Hawaii, USA
Authors: Effler PV, Chu C, He H, et al.
Source: Emerg Infect Dis, February 2010, Vol. 16(2):244-50
School-Based Influenza Vaccine Delivery, Vaccination Rates, and Healthcare Use in the Context of a Universal Influenza Immunization Program: An Ecological Study
Authors: Kwong JC, Ge H, Rosella LC, Guan J, et al.
Source: Vaccine, January 25, 2010, Vol. 28(15):2722-9
At What Sites Are Parents Willing to Have their 11 through 14-Year-Old Adolescents Immunized?
Authors: Middleman AB, Tung JS
Source: Vaccine, January 17, 2010, Vol. 28(14):2674-8
A Survey of Physician-Led Influenza Immunization Programs in Schools
Author: Hull HF
Source: Clin Pediatr (Phila), January 2, 2010, Vol. 49(5):439-42
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Vaccination in Schools 2008-2004
A Critique of Criteria for Evaluating Vaccines for Inclusion in Mandatory School Immunization Programs
Authors: Opel DJ, Diekema DS, Marcuse EK
Source: Pediatrics, August 2008, Vol. 122(2):e504-10
Effect of a School-Entry Vaccination Requirement on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Hepatitis B Immunization Coverage Levels among Public School Students
Authors: Morita JY, Ramirez E, Trick WE
Source: Pediatrics, March 2008, Vol. 121(3):e547-52
An Evaluation of School-Level Factors Used in a Successful School-Based Hepatitis B Immunization Initiative
Source: J Adolesc Health, July 2005, Vol. 37(1):61-8
A Middle School Immunization Law Rapidly and Substantially Increases Immunization Coverage Among Adolescents
Source: American Journal of Public Health, June 2004, Vol. 94(6):978-984
Effect of Middle School Entry Requirements on Hepatitis B Vaccination Coverage
Source: Journal of Adolescent Health, May 2004, Vol. 34(5):420-3
Race/Ethnicity and Gender Disparities in the Utilization of a School-Based Hepatitis B Immunization Initiative
Source: Journal of Adolescent Health, May 2004, Vol. 34(5):414-9
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Vaccination in Schools Archive
Vaccination in Schools journal articles 2003-2000
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