Experiences and lessons learned from 29 HPV vaccination programs implemented in 19 low and middle-income countries, 2009-2014.

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Ladner, J., Besson, M.-H., Audureau, E., Rodrigues, M., & Saba, J., (2016). Experiences and lessons learned from 29 HPV vaccination programs implemented in 19 low and middle-income countries, 2009-2014. BMC Health Services Research, 16, 575.
Background: Cervical cancer is the greatest cause of age-weighted years of life lost in the developing world. Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is associated with a high propor…

Performance of 21 HPV vaccination programs implemented in low and middle-income countries, 2009-2013.

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Ladner, J., Besson, M.-H., Rodrigues, M., Audureau, E., & Saba, J., (2014). Performance of 21 HPV vaccination programs implemented in low and middle-income countries, 2009-2013. BMC Public Health, 14, 670.
Background: Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in women worldwide, with high incidence in lowest income countries. Vaccination against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) may…

Assessment of eight HPV vaccination programs implemented in lowest income countries.

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Ladner, J., Besson, M.-H., Hampshire, R., Tapert, L., Chirenje, M., & Saba, J., (2012). Assessment of eight HPV vaccination programs implemented in lowest income countries. BMC Public Health, 12, 370.
Background: Cervix cancer, preventable, continues to be the third most common cancer in women worldwide, especially in lowest income countries. Prophylactic HPV vaccination should…

Opportunistic HPV vaccination at age 16-23 and cervical screening attendance in Sweden: A national register-based cohort study.

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Kreusch, T., Wang, J., Sparen, P., & Sundstrom, K., (2018). Opportunistic HPV vaccination at age 16-23 and cervical screening attendance in Sweden: A national register-based cohort study. BMJ Open, 8, e024477.
Objectives To investigate whether cervical screening attendance differs between human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccinated and unvaccinated women and to investigate potential underlyin…

Parents who decline HPV vaccination: Who later accepts and why?

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Kornides, M. L., McRee, A.-L., & Gilkey, M. B., (2018). Parents who decline HPV vaccination: Who later accepts and why? Academic Pediatrics, 18(2S), S37-S43.
Objective: Parental declination contributes to low human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination coverage among US adolescents, resulting in missed opportunities for cancer prevention. W…

Can school-located vaccination have a major impact on human papilloma virus vaccination rates in the United States?

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Kempe, A., Allison, M. A., & Daley, M. F., (2018). Can school-located vaccination have a major impact on human papilloma virus vaccination rates in the United States? Academic Pediatrics, 18(S2), S101-S105.
School-local vaccination (SLV) has been a highly effective method of increasing rates of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in many countries internationally in which vaccines…

Race, ethnicity, and income factors impacting human papilloma virus vaccination rates.

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Jeudin, P., Liveright, E., del Carmen, M. G., & Perkins, R. B., (2014). Race, ethnicity, and income factors impacting human papilloma virus vaccination rates. Clinical Therapeutics, 36(1), 24-37.
Background: Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and cervical cancer disproportionately affect low-income and minority women. HPV vaccines have the potential to either reduce or e…

Parental acceptance of human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study.

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Jaspers, L., Budiningsih, S., Wolterbeek, R., Henderson, F. C., Peters, A. A. W., (2011). Parental acceptance of human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study. Vaccine, 29, 7785-7793.
Background: Cervical cancer ranks the second most frequent cancer in Indonesian women. In Indonesia, human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine acceptance has not been studied before. Ob…

Human papillomavirus vaccine coverage and prevalence of missed opportunities for vaccination in an integrated healthcare system.

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Irving, S. A., Groom, H. C., Stokley, S., McNeil, M. M., Gee, J., Smith, N., & Naleway, A. L., (2017). Human papillomavirus vaccine coverage and prevalence of missed opportunities for vaccination in an integrated healthcare system. Academic Pediatrics, 18(2S), S85-S92.
Background: Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination has been recommended in the United States for female and male adolescents since 2006 and 2011, respectively. Coverage rates are …

“I thought cancer was one of those random things. I didn’t know cancer could be caught…”: Adolescent girls’ understandings and experiences of the HPV programme in the UK.

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Hilton, S., & Smith, E., (2011). “I thought cancer was one of those random things. I didn’t know cancer could be caught…”: Adolescent girls’ understandings and experiences of the HPV programme in the UK. Vaccine, 29, 4409-4415.
Background: The UK human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme aims to provide girls aged 12–13 with protection against two of the most carcinogenic strains (types 16 and 18)…
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