Inequalities in childhood vaccination timing and completion in London
Author: Karen S.Tiley, Joanne M.White,, Nick Andrews, Mary Ramsay, Michael Edelstein
Most children received their primary series according to schedule. • Timeliness differences persisted for some ethnicities after adjusting for deprivation and area. • Children unvaccinated at one year were unlikely to complete their course by five years of age. • Starting but not completing the vaccine course (drop-out) is an issue for some ethnic groups.
|Type||Article de journaux|
|Country||United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Northern Ireland|
|Added on||30 November 2018 12:06:11|
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