Clinician decision-making about management of vaccine-hesitant parents

Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease

This study explored pediatric clinicians’ attitudes, beliefs, and perceived social norms about the impact of delayed vaccine schedules on the clinical management of their patients using an interview guide based on the Theory of Planned Behavior.

This project was led by Anne Mobey Butler, PhD, mentored by Dr. Mary Politi.

Butler, A.M., Grabinski, V.F., Boloker, G.D., Newland, J.G., Politi, M.C (2020) A qualitative study examining pediatric clinicians’ perceptions of delayed vaccine schedules. Vaccine. 38(30):4740-4746. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2020.05.015

This project was supported by the Center for Health Economics and Policy Research (CHEPAR).