Mayo Clinic Proceedings - Concise Review for Clinicians - Vaccine Hesitancy
One of the premier peer-reviewed clinical journals in general and internal medicine, Mayo Clinic Proceedings is among the most widely read and highly cited scientific publications for physicians, with a circulation of approximately 125,000. Mayo Clinic Proceedings is published by Elsevier and sponsored by Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. The mission of Mayo Clinic Proceedings is to promote the best interest of patients by advancing the knowledge and professionalism of the physician community. Since 2009 the Journal has offered CME credit for specific articles from both the Mayo Clinic for Concise Review for Clinicians and specially commissioned Symposia articles (comprehensive coverage on one topic).
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William Lanier, M.D., Thomas Beckman, M.D., Christopher M. Wittich, M.D., Terry Jopke, Nicki Smith
Robert M Jacobson, MD(1, 2); Jennifer St Sauver, PhD(1, 3); Lila J Finney Rutten, PhD, MPH(1,3)
(1)Population Health Science Program, Robert D and Patricia E Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery
(2)Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
(3)Department of Health Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
None of the planning committee members above have any financial relationships to disclose.
Other than their listed affiliations, the authors received no financial or material support for the work described in the manuscript. Their scholarly efforts at Mayo Clinic made possible through funding from the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery. RMJ serves on a Safety Review Committee for Merck & Co for a study of human papillomavirus vaccine safety and on a Data Monitoring Committee for studies of pneumococcal vaccine immunogenicity and safety.
References to off-label and/or investigational usage(s) of pharmaceuticals or instruments: None
The target audience for Mayo Clinic Proceedings is primarily internal medicine physicians and other clinicians who wish to advance their current knowledge of clinical medicine and who wish to stay abreast of advances in medical research.
On completion of this article, you should be able to: (1) list factors that contribute to modern vaccine hesitancy, (2) identify interventions to improve vaccine uptake that have a strong scientific evidence base, and (3) name three online available resources clinicians can depend upon to support their vaccination efforts.
- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™