The sample dialogs between dr and parent are a hoot!
"If you find from your own experience that something is a fact and it contradicts what some authority has written down, then you must abandon the authority and base your reasoning on your own findings"~ Leonardo da Vinci
Other than that, though, I don't think it's all bad. I like how they emphasize having a discussion, understanding the parents' concerns, and making sure their consent is valid and not just throwing photocopies at them and considering that good enough.
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One thing I wonder, however, is if part of the problem is the US health care system being for-profit and allowing for only 10-15 minute pediatric visits. Doctors have a lot to cover in that short time, so they just give a 30-60 second elevator speech on the wonders of vaccination. Some of those sample dialogues simply couldn't take place in a US exam room because doctors are in such a hurry. And there's no way that private insurance will pay for that extra visit, (as suggested in the article), to come back another day and just talk about vaccines!