Catch Me if You Can: Dissecting the Sources of Vaccine Hesitancy
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Patient and Family Support, Quality and Patient Safety, 2022
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The internet provides the public with information about many different topics, including the etiology of common symptoms and possible medical diagnoses. Often patients and families feel that they are knowledgeable about a disease or management based on internet searching and not on information that is grounded in medical science. As healthcare professionals, it is sometimes difficult to reason with family members who have been misled by information from nonscientific, non-peer-reviewed sources. We have an obligation to provide our patients with scientifically sound, critically reviewed information.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Patient and Family Support
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Education
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Year 2022
vaccination hesitancy
public health
vaccine cycle
intensive care units


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