Effectiveness of Health Education and Promotion for Influenza Immunization
Excerpt: The recent study by Montejo, Richesson, Padilla, Zychowicz, and Hambley (2017) concluded that a multipronged occupational health education program to promote influenza vaccinations led to higher immunization rates among employees. However, this conclusion was not well supported by study data for two reasons: year-to-year differences in the experimental group and the nature of comparisons with the control group.
Glenn, L. Lee; and Dinsmore, Kimberly R.. 2018. Effectiveness of Health Education and Promotion for Influenza Immunization. Workplace Health and Safety. Vol.66(4). https://doi.org/10.1177/2165079917742664 ISSN: 2165-0799