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Evidence based practice is providing healthcare that has been tested, studied and proven to be safe, as well as the best thing to do for the patient. The internet has a vast amount of information but is not always reliable, making it difficult for individuals to access reliable facts.
The opposition of vaccinations has existed since they were first developed and with the publication of just ONE article, which has been overwhelmingly discredited, many parents continue to refuse to vaccinate their children. Vaccinations are the number one defense (and as in the case of small pox, the only defense) against preventable disease yet there are thousands of “parents against vaccination” sites on the Web. After reading Tyler, and Vaccination and the Health Care Worker, do a Google search on parents against vaccinations (remember, you can use vaccination and immunization interchangeably). Prepare a pro versus con list of the information and defend the sources’ reliability. opposition of vaccinations Along with that, imagineyou have a family member who is against immunizations, use the knowledge you have gained to develop an evidence based instruction sheet for them with the goal being to change their view.
Case study You have been hired as an informatician at a state health department. The health department is developing systems to receive laboratory and clinical case reports from clinical settings, such as hospitals and doctor’s offices. Your state has had an immunization registry in operation for several years and has been successful in getting cooperation from healthcare settings to send data to the system. opposition of vaccinations Discussion Questions 1. Why is the system for reporting immunizations and receiving results at the health department so successful, particularly in comparison to the struggles you are observing as the health department sets up its laboratory and case reporting systems? 2. What is the difference between the information required to report the administration of an immunization and the information required to report a person with a communicable disease? 3. What standard vocabulary is used to code a vaccine name and how is this vocabulary different from the LOINC or SNOMED-C vocabularies required for laboratory and clinical case reporting? 4. What is the value proposition for a healthcare provider to participate in an immunization registry? opposition of vaccinations