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Parental Perceptions about Required Influenza Immunization of Pediatric Healthcare Personnel

  • W. Matthew Linam (a1) (a2), Craig H. Gilliam (a2), Michele Honeycutt (a2), Christy Wisdom (a2), Christopher J. Swearingen (a3) and José R. Romero (a1)...
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MS, Department of Pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Section, 1 Children’s Way, Slot 512–11, Little Rock, AR 72202 (wlinam@uams.edu).

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Parental Perceptions about Required Influenza Immunization of Pediatric Healthcare Personnel

  • W. Matthew Linam (a1) (a2), Craig H. Gilliam (a2), Michele Honeycutt (a2), Christy Wisdom (a2), Christopher J. Swearingen (a3) and José R. Romero (a1)...

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