According to Ventola 2016 research has shown that parent driven or patient

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are visual learners, brochures or pamphlets should be given regarding the benefits of vaccinating. According to Ventola (2016), research has shown that parent-driven or patient-based education can improve immunization rates when combined with the community- or government-based measures. Parents who refuse immunization for their children create an ethical concern for the advanced practice nurse who must consider the best interest of the individual child as well as that of the community while maintaining the respect of the decision of the parents. References
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RUNNING HEAD: Ethical Concerns 4 Nightly Nurse. (2019). What Is the Code of Ethics for Nurses? The Key Principles . Retrieved from ProCon.org. (2019). State Vaccination Exemptions for Children Entering Public Schools. Retrieved from - entering-public-schools/ Rourke, L., Leduc, D., & Rourke, J. (2017). Rourke Baby Record . Retrieved from Ventola C. L. (2016). Immunization in the United States: Recommendations, Barriers, and Measures to Improve Compliance: Part 1: Childhood Vaccinations. P & T: a peer- reviewed journal for formulary management , 41(7), 426–436.
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