From Google Scholar & other sources: Selected Journal Articles, Newsletters, Dissertations, Theses, Commentary
Available online 25 May 2019
Sociodemographic and clinical correlates of human papillomavirus vaccine attitudes and receipt among Wisconsin adolescents
KE Hanson, HQ McLean, EA Belongia, S Stokley…
:: Adolescent HPV vaccine attitudes were generally favorable and improved over time.
:: Some sociodemographic or clinical factors were associated with changes in attitudes.
:: Greater baseline harms concerns were associated with lower odds of vaccine receipt.
: Changes in HPV vaccine attitudes did not predict vaccine receipt.
International Journal of Medical Informatics
Volume 129, September 2019, Pages 37-42
Health Information Technology Use and Influenza Vaccine Uptake among US Adults
T Kindratt, L Callender, M Cobbaert, J Wondrack… –
:: Health information technology (HIT) use contributes to more adults receiving recommended preventive services.
: Adults who used any HIT use in the last 12 months were more 1.23 times more likely to receive an influenza vaccine than adults who did not report any HIT use.
:: Adults who communicated with their provider by email were 1.51 times more likely to receive an influenza vaccine compared to those who did not.
: Adults who filled their prescriptions online were 1.56 times more likely to receive an influenza vaccine than adults who did not.