Nurses boost vaccination rates, study shows

11/26/2012 | Reuters

Giving nurses the responsibility of administering vaccinations was significantly linked to an increase in the number of at-risk adults and older people getting flu or pneumonia shots, a study found. Along with call and text vaccine reminders, researchers said that nurse-led intervention was among the most effective vaccination-promoting methods. The findings appear in the Annals of Family Medicine.

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