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Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2015;19(1):58-70.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2015.19.1.58    Published online January 31, 2015.
Vaccination Coverage of Adults Aged above 19 Years using Mixed-Mode Random Digit Dialing (RDD) Survey
이석구1, 전소연2, 박옥3, 김미영3, 양현일3, 박은영3
1충남대학교 의학전문대학원 예방의학교실
2대전보건대학교 응급구조과
3질병관리본부 예방접종관리과
유무선 혼합 RDD (임의번호걸기) 전화조사를 활용한 성인 예방접종률 조사
이석구1, 전소연2, 박옥3, 김미영3, 양현일3, 박은영3
1충남대학교 의학전문대학원 예방의학교실
2대전보건대학교 응급구조과
3질병관리본부 예방접종관리과
Abstract
Purpose
Vaccinations are recommended throughout life to prevent vaccine-preventable diseasesand their sequelae. This study aimed to measure adult vaccination coverage of each vaccines formonitoring adequate vaccination status. So lots of nations have surveyed vaccination coverage bythe various measuring methods, and developed immunization policy and program following to theseresults. This study developed Korean National Immunization Survey method for measuring vaccinationcoverage adults aged ≥19 years in national and metropolitan level, and then measured realstatus.
Methods
We are consulted Korean national advisory committee about vaccination. We performedthe mixed-mode survey which combine the landline and mobile telephone random digit dialing(RDD) telephone interview. The source of information is memory & household-retained vaccinationcard. And survey population is 7,087 above 19 year olds (cohort born in below 1993). The unitof sampling is each metropolitan and provincial area using minimum sample size determinationmethod (precision 5%p, confidence interval 95%, assumed coverage rate 50%).
Results
Influenza vaccination(2012-13 season) coverage adults aged ≥19 years was 34.3%(male 27.4%, female 41.4%). Td/Tdap/Tetanus vaccination (past 10 years) coverage adults agedabove ≥19 years was 7.3% (male 10.4%, female 4.3%). Pneumococcal vaccination coverage amongadults aged ≥65 years was 23.4%(male 23.7%, female 23.2%). Human papilloma virus vaccinationcoverage among female adults aged 19-26 years was 28.7%.
Conclusion
The adult vaccination coverage rate is inadequate in terms of quantity & quality. Toincrease adult immunization coverage rate, we have to educate and step up public relations about each recommended vaccines. And our nation must have adequate national immunization registrysystem. If so, we can obtain accurate and timely individual immunization records for measuringaccurate coverage.
Key Words: adults vaccination coverage, random digit dialing (RDD), telephone survey
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