Factors associated with delayed infant immunization in a nationally representative cohort study

Child Care, Health and Development
Volume 44, Issue 4   Pages: 507-658  July 2018
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/13652214/current

ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Factors associated with delayed infant immunization in a nationally representative cohort study
[Australia – Parental attitudes accounted for a relatively small percentage of delayed infant immunization. In contrast, many children who did not receive vaccines on time were characterized by social disadvantage, especially larger family size. Researchers and policy‐makers should consider how to make timely immunization easier for busy parents.
Homel, B. Edwards
Pages: 583-591
First Published: 20 February 2018