NY Nurses to Rally Against Mandatory H1N1 Vaccinations - page 6
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2Oct 17, '09 by CuriousMeQuote from amy0123At a guess, most would get the vaccine and go on about the business of being a health care professional.If every state mandated the H1N1 vaccine like the NY government has, I wonder what the response would be from health care workers from all 50 states. Would some states refuse and rally? Would those nurses also lose their argument for free choice and be fired?
0Oct 17, '09 by amy0123You're right. Most people do not care. However, I think there are very few who do. And they will be very frustrated.
1Oct 17, '09 by CuriousMeQuote from amy0123Well then I guess the rest of us will be actually working to care for folks till they figure out what they want to do.You're right. Most people do not care. However, I think there are very few who do. And they will be very frustrated.
1Oct 18, '09 by NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN ModeratorWhat is the design of the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine trial now enrolling pregnant women?
The trial is testing a 2009 H1N1 flu vaccine produced by Sanofi Pasteur in the U.S. vaccine facility, Swiftwater, PA. The study will enroll up to 120 women 18 to 39 years old in their second or third trimester of pregnancy (14 to 34 weeks). All volunteers will receive two injections of the vaccine spaced three weeks apart. Half of the volunteers will receive 15-microgram doses of vaccine, and the other half will receive 30-microgram doses of vaccine.