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Table 4 2009 H1N1 vaccination rate and 2010-2011-2012 seasonal influenza vaccination rates in three different University Departments

From: Sustained low influenza vaccination in health care workers after H1N1 pandemic: a cross sectional study in an Italian health care setting for at-risk patients

  Number of HCWs receiving influenza vaccination
   Dept. Pediatrics (n = 144) Dept. Infectious Diseases (n = 27) Dept. OBGYN (n = 35) Total (n = 206)
Vaccination 2009 H1N1 Physicians 25 (49 %) 2 (18.2 %) 3 (42.9 %) 69 (33.5 %)
Residents 13 (25.5 %) 2 (18.2 %) 3 (42.9 %)
Nurses/Paramedics 13 (25.5 %) 7 (67.6 %) 1 (14.2 %)
  Total 51 (35.4 %) 11 (40.7 %) 7 (20 %)  
Seasonal 2010 influenza Physicians 13 (65 %) 2 (33.3 %) 2 (40 %) 31 (15 %)
Residents 3 (15 %) 4 (66.7 %) 3 (60 %)
Nurses/Paramedics 4 (20 %) - -
  Total 20 (13.9 %) 6 (22.2 %) 5 (14.3 %)  
Seasonal 2011 influenza Physicians 12 (70.6 %) 2 (20 %) 2 (40 %) 32 (15.5 %)
Residents 1 (5.9 %) 4 (40 %) 3 (60 %)
Nurses/Paramedics 4 (23.5 %) 4 (40 %) -
  Total 17 (11.8 %) 10 (37 %) 5 (14.3 %)  
Seasonal 2012 influenza Physicians 6 (54.5 %) 1 (25 %) 1 (100 %) 16 (7.8 %)
Residents 2 (18.2 %) 2 (50 %) -
Nurses/Paramedics 3 (27.3 %) 1 (25 %) -
  Total 11 (7.6 %) 4 (14.8 %) 1 (2.9 %)  
Never vaccinated Physicians 10 (10.1 %) 6 (50 %) 1 (3.7 %) 138 (67 %)
Residents 48 (48.5 %) 3 (25 %) 14 (51.9 %)
Nurses/Paramedics 41 (41.4 %) 3 (25 %) 12 (44.4 %)
  Total 99 (68.7 %) 12 (44.4 %) 27 (77.1 %)  
  1. HCWs = health care workers