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Year : 1990  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 207-212
Immunization - The Effect Of Maternal Knowledge And Attitudes On Immunization Coverage



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H Vishwanathan


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Three thousand six hundred and twenty four mothers selected from100 villages randomly chosen from 60 UIP districts were interviewed. Mothers of fully immunized children were better educated, of a higher social class and were willing to actively seek immunization than mothers of partially and non-immunized children. The source of information was generally a health facility. The strategy of outreach services would benefit the poor and ill-informed mothers to have their children fully immunized.


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