Paper Writing Services – Importance of vaccination for New Born Baby

Paper Writing Services – Importance of vaccination for New Born Baby

Paper Writing Services – Importance of vaccination for New Born Baby

Paper Writing Services - Importance of vaccination for New Born Baby

I asked the instructor and u are free to choose one topic between these two:  Two full pages single spaced
1) How to inform and console a patient with a terminal disease?

2) How to make an Amish mother understand the importance of vaccination for her newborn son?

How to make an Amish mother understand the importance of vaccination for her

newborn child?

Mothers all around the world care for their children in the same way irrespective of all kinds of differences. One cannot find any mother who is least bothered about the welfare of her child or children. A mother not taking care of her children is a very rare phenomenon. Mothers of new born babies usually have many doubts and they want to provide all types of protection for their children. They may not be aware of the latest medical technology or the type of vaccination to be given, and it is necessary to advice mothers about all the possible methods using which they can take care of their children and provide them with the best protection so that they grow into healthy babies and develop immunity against diseases. Sometimes there are cultural barriers and it is difficult to advice mothers regarding the importance of vaccinations and protection of children, particularly in the case of Amish culture it is very difficult to convince an Amish mother that the vaccinations for her newborn child can protect him or her from many diseases. In the Amish community, many parents prefer not to immunize their children for various reasons. The main reason behind this is they consider vaccination may be the cause of adverse effects. This concern of adverse effects stops them from getting their children vaccinated. Majority of the Amish parents think similarly therefore they avoid getting their children immunized (Wenger, McManus, Bower, & Langkamp, 2011).

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