In order to research this we might want to collect

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In order to research this we might want to collect both qualitative and quantitative data. A big concern parents have after vaccinations is that their child will be grumpy, run a fever, or be more tired than normal (I work in an infant room in a daycare, so I see this fairly often). So it might help to answer this question to poll people about their child’s mood, behavior (qualitative) or temperature (quantitative) after a vaccine, vs people who space out the vaccines. Are kids who get multiple vaccines more likely to run a fever, are they more grumpy? Also we would need to consider that if the vaccines are spaced out that child is getting shots more often, so that would need to be considered as well, do they get a fever/ grumpy after each vaccine? I have noticed that my son does not get sick as often as his not as vaccinated friend, but he is in daycare- so exposed to lots of germs on a daily basis- and she is not, so I think it would also be important to consider general health; how many doctors visits because of sickness? How many fevers? But also in relation to do they go to daycare? In home daycare? Or are they home with mom/dad all day? Obviously it would be important to compare more than just two children, I would want to survey at least 1000 in each group, daycare center, in home daycare, and stay at home, just to get a good idea of how each compares. I think if we could answer these questions then we would have a solid basis for saying one way or another is preferential, and maybe that would be different for kids in daycare vs kids at home or maybe that wouldn’t matter.
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  • Spring '19
  • Qualitative Research, 3 days, two year, fevers

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