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'Vacc on Track' Study Findings Preprinted

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The 'Vacc on Track' study which was supported by Noclor and our GP Practices has preprinted findings from their pilot study that highlighted the need for catching up adolescent and adult migrants with key routine vaccines and strengthening primary care pathways through training, targets and incentives.

Alison Crawshaw, St George's, University of London, led the study: Optimising the design and delivery of integrated screening and catch-up vaccination for migrant health; an in-depth interview study and process evaluation in UK primary care.

Read more in the Study Preprint