Homel, J.; Edwards, Ben
Many children in developed countries do not receive recommended vaccines on time. However, knowledge about factors related to timeliness remains limited. Quantifying the relative impact of parental attitudes compared with socio‐demographic factors for delayed immunization would inform policy responses.
Participants in the nationally representative Longitudinal Study of Australian Children were matched with their vaccination histories in the Australian Childhood...[Show more]
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