Canal E
Tuesday, May 11, 2004: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

A12: The Impact of Provider Recommendation on Patient Vaccine Acceptance: How Does Patient Race/Ethnicity Play a Role?

This workshop will focus on racial/ethnic disparities present in adult immunization and the impact of provider recommendation on patient vaccine acceptance. Presentations highlighted will include results from the READII baseline survey and two emergency department adult immunization studies.
Learning Objectives: The participant will be able to list three factors which may affect vaccine acceptance by race/ethnicity.

Moderator:Bayo C. Willis
11:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
11:15 AMAdult Vaccination in Emergency Rooms: A Shot at Decreasing Health Disparities in the United States?
Dale Bell Marioneaux, William M. Cassidy, Monica Pradhan, Glenn Jones, John N. Perret, Bayo C. Willis, Mark L. Messonnier, Daniel B. Fishbein
11:30 AMFactors Affecting Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Acceptance Among Emergency Department Patients
Diane Rimple, Meghan Brett
11:45 AMProvider Recommendation for Influenza Vaccination by Race: Results from the Racial and Ethnic Adult Disparities in Immunization Initiative (READII) Baseline Survey
Carla Winston, Pascale Wortley
12:00 PMWillingness to Receive the Pneumococcal Vaccine and Reasons for Nonvaccination in Adults
Karen Lees, Carla Winston, Pascale Wortley
12:15 PMDiscussion

The 38th National Immunization Conference of CDC