Pregnant mothers’ thoughts about baby shots

This study explores how pregnant mothers in Victoria, B.C. make decisions about vaccines for their children. It is being conducted with support from the BC Immunization Committee (BCIC). We aim to speak with 30 pregnant women at two distinct points in time: one, when they are in their third trimester of pregnancy, and two, when their infants are 3-4 months old. The purpose of this study is to identify the best time to provide mothers with information about vaccines and to identify any particular topics of concern about vaccines.

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