A Randomised , Clinical Trial Comparing the Effectiveness of Hospital and Community-Based Reminder Systems for Increasing Uptake of Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccine in Hospitalised Patients Aged 65 Years and Over

@inproceedings{MacIntyrea2002AR,
  title={A Randomised , Clinical Trial Comparing the Effectiveness of Hospital and Community-Based Reminder Systems for Increasing Uptake of Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccine in Hospitalised Patients Aged 65 Years and Over},
  author={C. R. MacIntyrea and M. A. Kainerb G. V. Browna},
  year={2002}
}
  • C. R. MacIntyrea, M. A. Kainerb G. V. Browna
  • Published 2002
Hospitalisation represents an opportunity to identify unimmunised people at risk for the complications of influenza and pneumococcal disease. We conducted a randomised controlled trial of two strategies to increase uptake of influenza and pneumococcal vaccines in eligible, hospitalised subjects aged 65 years or more, admitted between May and September 1998… CONTINUE READING