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Colorado Faculty Find Web-based Social Media Intervention Can Influence Vaccination Behaviors

Pregnant women who received vaccine information through an interactive website monitored by a clinical expert were more likely to vaccinate their children than those who received usual care alone, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Pediatrics.

The study was led by Colorado School of Public Health clinical associate professor of epidemiology Dr. Jason Glanz, and included adjunct associate professor of biostatistics and informatics Dr. Stanley Xu.​

Read more details in the press release.