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AbbiCMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 27-Jun-19 12:11:59

We'd like to find out a bit more about your attitudes towards vaccinations and where you go for advice.

All who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher.

Please click here to complete the survey

Thanks and good luck!
MNHQ

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tmh88 Thu 27-Jun-19 14:01:52

Think I have completed, didn’t give a page to say I had at the end.

Itellpeopletogoogleit Thu 27-Jun-19 14:17:42

I've done it but it didn't ask for my details.

AbbiCMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 27-Jun-19 15:00:38

@tmh88 and @Itellpeopletogoogleit - thanks so much for flagging, and apologies that there was no detail section at the end. We have now amended this and will make sure you are included in the prize draw. Apologies again.

Thanks!

biffyboom Thu 27-Jun-19 21:17:22

Done

Itellpeopletogoogleit Thu 27-Jun-19 23:07:30

Thanks 😊

AuntieStella Fri 28-Jun-19 06:30:26

Your really need an option

"No because this jab did not exist when my DC that age"

I remember exactly what they had, and they had everything that was in the schedule. So the 'can't remember but they had everything on schedule' does not apply, nor do any of the other 'they have not had this jab' apply. All older teens will have had 5-in-1 (not 6) and not rotavirus (no catch up) nor all the meningitis options.

It should be recalled and altered, or the upper age limit for responses reduced to one that matches when all the jabs in the survey were in use.

HairyDogsInUnusualPlaces Fri 28-Jun-19 09:30:13

Done

Shuggas Fri 28-Jun-19 12:18:43

Done smile

CountFosco Fri 28-Jun-19 12:35:18

Done. Agree with comments above. My Y6 is the mber of the family not to have the flu vaccine each year, the younger kids get it at school, I get it at work and DH pays for it. As soon as she's old enough for us to get it for her we will.

BlueEyeshadow Fri 28-Jun-19 14:18:27

Need a "didn't have the HPV vaccine because he's a boy" option too!

bedunkalilt Fri 28-Jun-19 21:09:56

Agree with some comments above.

On the question about which vaccines you have or would agree to for DC, I could only select ‘Other’ for the HPV vaccine as to why it won’t be given to my DC and no space to explain why - because he’s a boy so not eligible!

On the question about whether you think vaccines should be compulsory, if you want to explain your selection of ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘don’t know’ in the text box as prompted it will deselect the selection you ticked and ‘tick’ the circle for the text box instead.

ememem84 Sun 30-Jun-19 21:23:11

Done

BackforGood Sun 30-Jun-19 21:33:53

I was coming to say what AuntieStella said, too.

This survey has invited anyone with a child under 18, but seems directed at people with little ones only.

Charlie5151 Sun 30-Jun-19 22:17:13

What happens if I need to go to A&E and do not have anyone to have the kids..Im lay in bed in agony trying to decide if i should wait till morning or not..I have no family or friends near by .

Dickybow321 Mon 01-Jul-19 07:14:44

This survey has invited anyone with a child under 18, but seems directed at people with little ones only.
Yeah. That's why I started filling it out then abandoned it.

iVampire Mon 01-Jul-19 07:22:47

The flu immunisation question is too vague

It does not differentiate between:

DC within the NHS age bracket for universal immunisation (who have the sniff)
DC (any age) who have the jab free on NHS for medical reasons
DC outwith the age for NHS immunisation for whom parents source the jab from a private provider
DC those who have not always had their DC immunised every year
DC those whose DC have never had it

munchbunch12 Mon 01-Jul-19 21:22:03

Done!

NaviSprite Mon 01-Jul-19 23:50:23

Perhaps an option to explain medical reasoning for missing certain jabs. I paid for my twins to have their MMR jabs seperately at the advice of their hospital paediatrician.

Thanks and done 😊

RoseMartha Thu 04-Jul-19 21:59:01

Done

jackstini Sat 13-Jul-19 07:40:56

Same as AuntieStella I abandoned as dd is 13 so some of these didn't exist when she was 8, 12 & 16 wks

Making me wonder is there a way to catch up and should we be advised..?

Wolfcubisthefemalenominal Sat 13-Jul-19 10:45:36

I agree you need a “this didn’t exist option”

Also the hpv questions are incorrect. These are being offered to boys in my sons comp school free of charge

Liana85 Sun 14-Jul-19 13:20:26

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AndwhenyougetthereFoffsomemore Tue 16-Jul-19 10:28:10

Agree with comments above - completing for a 15 yo and many of these - I think - have totally changed since we were going through the process so I don't recognise them. However I am fully pro-vax and my kids had all the jabs recommended at the time. I suspect your results may look a little odd given that this is open to everyone with child up to 18, but the vaccinations aren't!

AndwhenyougetthereFoffsomemore Tue 16-Jul-19 10:30:11

Agree with jackistani that it made me want to go and ask for more jabs for my teens! I am already looking at whether I should have my (15yo) son given the HPV tax privately ...

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