GPs overestimate their pneumococcal pneumonia vaccination


pneumococcal pneumonia
GPs are significantly overestimating the proportion of elderly patients they vaccinate against pneumococcal pneumonia, new research has found. The findings reveal one in four GPs report vaccinating at least 75% of their elderly patients (aged 65+) against pneumococcal pneumonia, but national statistics show just 54% of this patient population has been immunised against the potentially

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