Pediatric immunization-related safety incidents in primary care: A mixed methods analysis of a national database

@inproceedings{Rees2015PediatricIS,
  title={Pediatric immunization-related safety incidents in primary care: A mixed methods analysis of a national database},
  author={Philippa Rees and Adrian Edwards and C. French Allison L. Powell and Huw Prosser Evans and Ben R Carter and Peter Hibbert and Meredith Makeham and Aziz Sheikh and Liam J. Donaldson and Andrew Carson-Stevens},
  booktitle={Vaccine},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Children are scheduled to receive 18-20 immunizations before their 18th birthday in England and Wales; this approximates to 13 million vaccines administered per annum. Each immunization represents a potential opportunity for immunization-related error and effective immunization is imperative to maintain the public health benefit from immunization. Using data from a national reporting system, this study aimed to characterize pediatric immunization-related safety incident reports from… CONTINUE READING
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