Measuring effectiveness of service aides in infant immunization surveillance program in North Central Texas
B. Burton and
American Journal of Public Health, 1981, vol. 71, issue 6, 634-636
The Immunization Division of Texas Public Health Region 5 sought to measure the per cent of referrals taking immunization action as a result of service aide contact. From data collected on newborn-nonresponders during a 12-month period, results show that aides may be credited with influencing 44 per cent of the referrals reporting subsequent immunization.
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