Department of Pediatrics and Office of Research, Assistant Research Professor
Attended Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Structured Interviews Regarding Immunization Communication and Text Message Reminders
Background Adherence to childhood immunization schedules is likely a function of various factors, including parents’ health literacy skills, immunization knowledge, perceived quality of patient-provider communication, and preferences for communication methods. Given the increased use of technology as a strategy to increase coverage, it is important to investigate how parents perceive communication forms, such as text-message reminders, as compared to more traditional means. Our objective i...
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Parent Opinions About Use of Text Messaging for Immunization Reminders
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