Table 1.

Association Between Practitioner Immunization Attitudes and Policies and Immunization Rates of Their Patients: Data From Cross-sectional Survey (Sample 1)

Provider Attitude/PolicynImmunization Rate,
%*
P
Provide immunizations at visits
for acute care
.172
  Yes876.9  (15.7)
  No786.9  (10.1)
Refer some patients for
immunizations
.956
  Yes881.3  (13.1)
  No781.8  (15.8)
No. of contraindications to
immunization
.037
  ≤3389.7  (1.1)
  4+1274.4  (14.9)
Provision of immunizations
profitable
.197
  Yes686.3  (6.1)
  No979.5  (19.4)
  • * Values presented are means (SD).

  • Physicians indicated which of seven clinical scenarios were contraindications to providing a diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine to a 4-month-old infant during a well child care appointment.