June 2005
Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand;Jun2005, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p7
Academic Journal
Reports that fourteen health boards have responded to New Zealand Nurses Organization's (NZNO) request for information on their influenza (flu) vaccination programs. Views of chief executive Geoff Annals of NZNO regarding the information of flu vaccination; Speculations concerning the vaccine and the efficacy of the vaccination; Vaccination rates for non clinical staff and the clinical staff.


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