The New Vaccinations of Infants in Practice online survey in seven countries evaluated vaccinationrelated attitudes and concerns of parents of infants and health care providers (HCPs) who provide pediatric medical care. The survey showed that HCPs and parents were open to adding new vaccines to the immunization schedule, even if it requires co-administration with current vaccines or introduction of new office visits. Parental disease awareness campaigns would be helpful to achieve widespread acceptance of changes to vaccination schedules. In addition, HCPs would ideally provide disease education to parents to accompany recommendations for a new vaccine. © The Author(s) 2012.
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Bakhache, P., Rodrigo, C., Davie, S., Ahuja, A., Sudovar, B., Crudup, T., & Rose, M. (2013). Health care providers' and parents' attitudes toward administration of new infant vaccines-A multinational survey. European Journal of Pediatrics, 172(4), 485-492. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00431-012-1904-4