His primary areas of investigation include Vaccination, Influenza vaccine, Pediatrics, Young adult and Virus. His Vaccination study is associated with Immunology. His Influenza vaccine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Influenza A virus and Internal medicine, Confidence interval.
Richard K. Zimmerman interconnects Herd immunity, Quality-adjusted life year, Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine and Pneumococcal pneumonia in the investigation of issues within Pediatrics. His research investigates the connection with Young adult and areas like Pandemic which intersect with concerns in Seroprevalence, Veterinary medicine, H1N1 influenza, Intervention and Health care rationing. Richard K. Zimmerman works mostly in the field of Virus, limiting it down to topics relating to H5N1 genetic structure and, in certain cases, Hemagglutinin, Genetic variation and Influenzavirus B, as a part of the same area of interest.
Richard K. Zimmerman mainly focuses on Vaccination, Influenza vaccine, Pediatrics, Immunization and Family medicine. His study on Vaccination is covered under Immunology. His studies deal with areas such as Young adult and Internal medicine as well as Influenza vaccine.
In his research on the topic of Pediatrics, Intervention is strongly related with Psychological intervention. His Family medicine research incorporates themes from Health care and Adult Immunization. His studies in Confidence interval integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio and Logistic regression.
His primary scientific interests are in Influenza vaccine, Vaccination, Internal medicine, Respiratory illness and Logistic regression. The various areas that Richard K. Zimmerman examines in his Influenza vaccine study include Influenza a, Confounding and Confidence interval. His Vaccination research incorporates themes from Medical record, Respiratory tract infections, Pediatrics and Environmental health.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Influenza vaccination status, Vaccination coverage, Functional status, Family medicine and Selection bias in addition to Respiratory illness. His research investigates the connection between Family medicine and topics such as Attendance that intersect with problems in Pandemic. His Virus research includes elements of Young adult and Interim.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Vaccination, Influenza vaccine, Confidence interval, Virus and Respiratory illness. Richard K. Zimmerman is interested in Influenza season, which is a branch of Vaccination. The Influenza vaccine study combines topics in areas such as Disease burden, Influenza a, Vaccine strain and Pediatrics.
His Pediatrics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nausea, Sore throat, Vomiting and Chills. As part of one scientific family, Richard K. Zimmerman deals mainly with the area of Confidence interval, narrowing it down to issues related to the Logistic regression, and often Confounding and Patient characteristics. The concepts of his Virus study are interwoven with issues in Young adult and Interim.
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Influenza estacional en adultos y niños—Diagnóstico, tratamiento, quimioprofilaxis y control de brotes institucionales: Guías de práctica clínica de la Sociedad de Enfermedades Infecciosas de Estados Unidos de América
Scott A. Harper;John S. Bradley;John S. Bradley;Janet A. Englund;Thomas M. File.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2009)
Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in the 2011–2012 Season: Protection Against Each Circulating Virus and the Effect of Prior Vaccination on Estimates
Suzanne E. Ohmit;Mark G. Thompson;Joshua G. Petrie;Swathi N. Thaker.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2014)
Vaccine criticism on the World Wide Web.
Richard K Zimmerman;Robert M Wolfe;Dwight E Fox;Jake R Fox.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2005)
Generalist and subspecialist physicians' knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations for elderly and other high-risk patients: a nationwide survey.
Kristin L. Nichol;Richard Zimmerman.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2001)
Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in the United States During 2012–2013: Variable Protection by Age and Virus Type
Huong Q. McLean;Mark G. Thompson;Maria E. Sundaram;Burney A. Kieke.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2015)
Influenza vaccine effectiveness in the United States during the 2015-2016 season.
Michael L. Jackson;Jessie R. Chung;Lisa A. Jackson;C. Hallie Phillips.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2017)
Early Estimates of Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness — United States, January 2015
Brendan Flannery;Jessie Clippard;Richard K. Zimmerman;Mary Patricia Nowalk.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (2015)
2014-2015 Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in the United States by Vaccine Type.
Richard K Zimmerman;Mary Patricia Nowalk;Jessie Chung;Michael L Jackson.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2016)
Simulating school closure strategies to mitigate an influenza epidemic.
Bruce Y. Lee;Shawn T. Brown;Philip Cooley;Maggie A. Potter.
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice (2010)
Effects of Influenza Vaccination in the United States During the 2017-2018 Influenza Season.
Melissa A Rolfes;Brendan Flannery;Jessie R Chung;Alissa O'Halloran.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2019)
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