Boosting uptake of influenza immunisation: a randomised controlled trial of telephone appointing in general practice.

@article{Hull2002BoostingUO,
  title={Boosting uptake of influenza immunisation: a randomised controlled trial of telephone appointing in general practice.},
  author={Sally A Hull and Nicola A. Hagdrup and Ben Hart and Chris Griffiths and Enid Hennessy},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2002},
  volume={52 482},
  pages={712-6}
}
BACKGROUND Immunisation against influenza is an effective intervention that reduces serologically confirmed cases by between 60% and 70%. Almost all influenza immunisation in the UK is done within general practice. Current evidence on the effectiveness of patient reminders for all types of immunisation programmes is largely based on North American studies. AIM To determine whether telephone appointments offered bygeneral practice receptionists increase the uptake of irfluenza immunisation… CONTINUE READING

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