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Measuring effectiveness of service aides in infant immunization surveillance program in North Central Texas

Basil Moore, D.W. Morris, B. Burton and D.T. Kilcrease

American Journal of Public Health, 1981, vol. 71, issue 6, 634-636

Abstract: 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.

Date: 1981
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DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.71.6.634

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