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  • Health information technology use and influenza vaccine uptake among US adults. [Journal Article]
    Int J Med Inform 2019; 129:37-42Kindratt T, Callender L, … Salvo D
  • CONCLUSIONS: HIT use is positively associated with influenza vaccine uptake. Each category of HIT use was independently associated with influenza vaccine uptake. To our knowledge, no other studies have evaluated the relationship between HIT use and influenza vaccine uptake. Our results are exploratory and represent an association, not a causal relationship. Longitudinal, confirmatory studies are also needed to verify our cross-sectional findings.
  • Strengths, pitfalls, and lessons learned in implementing electronic collection of childhood vaccination data in Zambia: The SmartCare experience. [Journal Article]
    Int J Med Inform 2019; 129:146-153Clarke KEN, Phiri Chibawe C, … MacNeil A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Potential benefits of the vaccination module were frequently unrealized due to infrastructure, workflow, and data flow challenges that resulted in low module use and poor information quality. Elements to optimize vaccination information system implementation could include robust engagement of facility-level staff in system design, system suitability to the vaccination setting and workflow, and comprehensive planning for data flow, sustainability, data monitoring and feedback. Adaptability to the outreach setting might be increasingly important as vaccination schedules extend past infancy.
  • Antigen-specific Mucosal Immunity Regulates Development of Intestinal Bacteria-mediated Diseases. [Journal Article]
    Gastroenterology 2019Fujimoto K, Kawaguchi Y, … Uematsu S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Injection of mice with microbial antigens and adjuvant induces antigen-specific mucosal and systemic immune responses. Immunization with S pneumoniae antigen prevented lung infection by this bacteria, and immunization with C ramosum reduced obesity in mice colonized with this microbe and placed on a high-fat diet. This immunization approach might be used to protect against microbe-associated disorders of intestine.
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