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Sustained improvement in staff influenza vaccination rates over six years without a mandatory policy

  • Caroline Marshall (a1) (a2) (a3), Kathryn Williams (a1), Elizabeth Matchett (a1) and Louise Hobbs (a1)
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Author for correspondence: Caroline Marshall, Email: caroline.marshall@mh.org.au

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PREVIOUS PRESENTATION: These data were presented in part at the Australian College for Infection and Prevention Annual Conference, November 2016 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Sustained improvement in staff influenza vaccination rates over six years without a mandatory policy

  • Caroline Marshall (a1) (a2) (a3), Kathryn Williams (a1), Elizabeth Matchett (a1) and Louise Hobbs (a1)

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