With respect to the supply chain factors, vaccination for children was associated positively with the number of items per location. According to the research team, repeated distribution to the same sites could represent underlying system differences related to the efficiency of these states, for example, school vaccination programs or their ability to use and distribute the vaccine providers providers, vaccination were fast.
The study – Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology conducted in cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – examined factors to the striking to the prominent state-by – state variation in U.S. H1N1 flu vaccination rates. The results of the study were 26 October on the 32th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making revealed. Health officials in states that reported lower H1N1 vaccination rates should learn from states with high vaccination rates during the 2009 event to increase their prices in the next pandemic or significant health emergency , Julie Swann, associate professor in Georgia Tech said H.threats to public health and security overcome borders and that agreement is a reasonable step towards the improvement our nations willingness to handle these threats, .. Surveillance, prevention committed to mutual support of.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human , of Public Health Agency of Canada and agreed upon the Department of Health the United Mexican States to step the cross-border coordination and cooperation on the surveillance, prevention and control of infectious diseases to protect health, well-being and quality of life of its peoples. International cooperation important for protecting health security of our citizens and of the international community being, Affairs Clement said.