Bayou A
Tuesday, May 11, 2004: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM

B3: Parental Knowledge and Attitudes about Childhood Immunization

Presenters in this workshop will describe the influence of parental knowledge about vaccine safety in general and influenza vaccine specifically. Presentations will also describe parental attitudes and beliefs about vaccines and also how these may affect immunization status.
Learning Objectives: The participant should be able to describe how vaccine safety concerns may affect coverage in young children.

Moderator:Holly Groom
2:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
2:15 PMDo Sources of Parental Information Outside the Health Care Provider’s Office Vary by Immunization Status?
Barbara H. Bardenheier, Dr. Jeanne Santoli, Kristine M. Sheedy, Lawrence Barker
2:30 PMParental Knowledge of Influenza Vaccine Recommendations and the Safety of Vaccination in Different High-Risk Populations
Allison Kempe, Matthew F. Daley, Lori Crane, Jennifer Barrow, Nellie Hester, Brenda L. Beaty, Norma Allred, Kellyn Pearson, Stephen Berman
2:45 PMParental Factors Associated with Childhood Immunization Status: Results from the National Immunization Survey (NIS)
Norma J. Allred, Kate M. Shaw, Tammy A. Santibanez, Donna L. Rickert
3:00 PMAttitudes About Childhood Immunization – 2003 Survey Results
David A. Neumann, Mischka Garel, Dena Penner, Anita Boles
3:15 PMDiscussion

The 38th National Immunization Conference of CDC