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The study was carried out by the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and Partnership of Immunization Providers. Also, the research funded by the CDC and approved by the Institutional Review Board of UCSD. The study based on the curriculum method. Where curriculum consists of participants receiving one – on – one, interactive, immunization education/behavior modification session. The sessions were 15 min video on how vaccination can prevent diseases and personalized calendar, which printed to for easy reading. In this study, atotal of 348 women participated, and two persons refused to participate. The result found no significant difference between recruited and non-recruited Latina women. The limitation of the study included lack of generalization to clinic populations different from those involved in the study. Another limitation was the length of the education sessions, low socioeconomic population. Overall, the study failed to demonstrate any association between the immunization sessions intervention and timely initiation of the immunization series. There are several studied which indicates that low-income living, urban area population, minority groups are less likely to be up to date on immunization than the general population. Thede Nuncio et al. study could be useful for parental education; nevertheless, their efforts failed at ademonstrated level. If the study had educational seminar instead of 15-minute sessions, the educational seminar should have designed for parents in simple, understandable language and information should be adaptable sources from the CDC. The educational material should prepare in order of the issues on the importance of immunization — for instance, immunization type, immunization schedule, side effects and contradiction, and immunization doses. Overall, the critical learning of the de Nuncio et al. gives an understanding of the importance of
Final Submission: Public Health Program Proposal 11immunization and essential ways to protect the children and society in general from the vaccine-preventable disease and the role of the parents. Educating mothers whose children are at risk of not following up the immunizationschedule is an important strategy to improve immunization coverage. And educational programabout the importance of immunization is needed, especially for low educational level, and low-income parents to improve the immunization rate.Vaccination programs have been one of the world’s most cost-effective public health strategies. These programs reduce disease burden of vaccine preventable diseases. Immunization included vaccines against six different diseases like polio, measles, neonatal tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, and tuberculosis. Promoting best practice at the community level is one strategy to helpimprove coverage rates. For long – term changes in health behavior multiple actions and adaptation are required over time. Some people may not be ready for the change while some might have already began implementing changes in their up to date vaccination. The construct of