Study: Don't ask, just tell parents when it's time for vaccines
from HealthDay News
The way a doctor talks about vaccines can make a difference in whether or not parents resist shots for their child, new research suggests. Parents are much less likely to resist these immunizations, the study found, if a doctor uses language that presumes the parent will accept the vaccines, such as "We have to do some shots," instead of language that suggests that vaccinations need to be discussed and then decided on, such as "What do you want to do about shots?"
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