An Evaluation of the Implementation of Routine Vaccination at GP Practice Level in England

@inproceedings{CrockerBuqu2019AnEO,
  title={An Evaluation of the Implementation of Routine Vaccination at GP Practice Level in England},
  author={Tim Crocker-Buqu{\'e}},
  year={2019}
}
Background: There have been multi-year reductions in childhood vaccination coverage in England, with persistent low coverage in adults and urban areas alongside long-standing inequalities. The programme has become significantly more complicated and the overarching health system underwent a substantial reform in 2013. However, there has never been an evaluation of how GP practices implement delivering vaccinations nor an assessment of what factors may affect coverage, including the associated… CONTINUE READING

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