The majority of American mothers take an active role in decisions regarding the vaccinations their child receives and children receive vaccinations in their pediatrician’s office. In developing countries this scenario is often quite different. For example, nearly half of mothers in Brazil, India and China report their children receive vaccinations through international programs such as WHO.
The 2015 International Study of Pediatric Vaccines, second in a trended series, will examine mothers’ knowledge, use and attitudes toward common childhood vaccines across subscribers’ choice of countries. Subscribe now to this upcoming study and qualify for discounted pre-field pricing and an opportunity to review the questionnaire prior to interviewing.
Contact Cheryl Godbold for more information.