alternate vaccine schedule

Vaccine refusal impacts other routine carePatients who refuse vaccines or use alternate schedules are less likely to make routine appointments, according to a new report.
Docs spread out vaccine schedule despite concernsMore than 90% of primary care physicians surveyed in a new study say that in a typical month they encounter parental requests to spread out the recommended vaccination schedule for their children by reducing the number of vaccines given simultaneously or postponing some vaccines until an older age. Most agree to do so at least sometimes despite reservations.
Educating parents about vaccine scheduling is failing
Educating parents about vaccine scheduling is failingPediatricians discuss Dr Michael Brady's editorial on alternate vaccine schedules, published in Contemporary Pediatrics' June 2013 issue.