Awareness and Utilization of Reporting Pathways for Adverse Events Following Immunization: Online Survey Among Pediatricians in Russia and Germany

@article{Muehlhans2014AwarenessAU,
  title={Awareness and Utilization of Reporting Pathways for Adverse Events Following Immunization: Online Survey Among Pediatricians in Russia and Germany},
  author={Susann Muehlhans and M. Kleist and Tatiana Gretchukha and Martin Terhardt and U. Fegeler and W. Maurer and L. Namazova-baranova and G. Gaedicke and A. Baranov and Barbara Rath},
  journal={Pediatric Drugs},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={321-330}
}
ObjectivesVaccine safety surveillance is highly dependent on accurate reporting of adverse events following immunization (AEFI). An online survey was conducted to assess the utilization of AEFI reporting standards and pathways among pediatricians in Germany, and in Russia where pediatric specialization begins in medical school.MethodsIn May 2011, a 31-item online questionnaire was sent to members of the German Professional Association for Pediatricians (BVKJ) and the Union of Pediatricians of… Expand
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