Literature review of HPV vaccine delivery strategies: Considerations for school- and non-school based immunization program.

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Paul, P., & Fabio, A., (2014). Literature review of HPV vaccine delivery strategies: Considerations for school- and non-school based immunization program. Vaccine, 32, 320-326.
School-based vaccination is becoming a more widely considered method of delivering HPV immunizations to an adolescent population; however, many countries do not have experience wi…

Knowledge of human papilloma virus and the human papilloma virus vaccine in European adolescents: A systematic review.

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Patel, H., Jeve, Y.B., Sherman, S.M., & Moss, E.L., (2016). Knowledge of human papilloma virus and the human papilloma virus vaccine in European adolescents: A systematic review. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 92, 474-479.
Background The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is recommended for adolescent girls in many European countries, however there is huge variation in vaccine uptake.  Methods A mi…

Improving HPV vaccine delivery at school-based health centers.

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Oliver, K., McCorkell, C., Pister, I., Majid, N., Benkel, D. H., & Zucker, J. R. (2019). Improving HPV vaccine delivery at school-based health centers. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 15(7-8): 1870-1877.
Objective: To identify characteristics associated with human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination rates, describe barriers and facilitators to vaccine uptake and the potential role f…

Hispanic mothers’ and high school girls’ perceptions of cervical cancer, human papilloma virus, and the human papilloma virus vaccine.

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Morales-Campos, D. Y., Markham, C. M., Fleschler Peskin, M., & Fernandez, M. E., (2013). Hispanic mothers’ and high school girls’ perceptions of cervical cancer, human papilloma virus, and the human papilloma virus vaccine. Journal of Adolescent Health, 52, S69-S75.
Purpose: Cervical cancer incidence and mortality are higher for Hispanic women than for women in other population groups. However, the incidence could be reduced if teenaged Hispa…

Improving human papillomavirus vaccine use in an integrated health system: Impact of a provider and staff intervention.

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McLean, H. Q., VanWormer, J. J., Chow, B. D. W., Birchmeier, B., Vickers, E., DeVries, E., …& Belongia, E. A., (2017). Improving human papillomavirus vaccine use in an integrated health system: Impact of a provider and staff intervention. Journal of Adolescent Health, 61, 252-258.
Purpose: Acceptance and coverage of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in the United States has been suboptimal. We implemented a multifaceted provider and staff intervention …

Human papillomavirus vaccine uptake in boys and girls in a school-based vaccine delivery program in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

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McClure, C. A., MacSwain, M.-A., Morrison, H., & Sanford, C. J., (2015). Human papillomavirus vaccine uptake in boys and girls in a school-based vaccine delivery program in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Vaccine, 33, 1786-1790.
Background: In 2013, Prince Edward Island was the first province to introduce HPV vaccine universally to grade six boys in a school-based program. Because uptake rates in boys are…

Knowledge of human papilloma virus (HPV) and HPV vaccination: An international comparison.

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Marlow, L. A. V., Zimet, G. D., McCaffery, K. J., Ostini, R., & Waller, J., (2013). Knowledge of human papilloma virus (HPV) and HPV vaccination: An international comparison. Vaccine, 31, 763-769.
Since vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) became available, awareness of HPV has dramatically increased. Implementation of a vaccine program varies internationally yet …

Ten years of human papilloma virus vaccination in the United States.

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Markowitz, L. E., Gee, J., Chesson, H., & Stokley, S., (2018). Ten years of human papilloma virus vaccination in the United States. Academic Pediatrics, 18(2S), S3-S20.
Since human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was first introduced for females in the United States in 2006, vaccination policy has evolved as additional HPV vaccines were licensed and…

Human papillomavirus vaccine introduction - The first five years.

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Markowitz, L. E., Tsu, V., Deeks, S. L., Cubie, H., Wang, S. A., Vicari, A. S., & Brotherton, J. M. L., (2012). Human papillomavirus vaccine introduction - The first five years. Vaccine, 30S, F139-F148.
The availability of prophylactic human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines has provided powerful tools for primary prevention of cervical cancer and other HPV-associated diseases. Since…

Human papillomavirus vaccine acceptability among parents of adolescent girls: Obstacles and challenges in Mysore, India.

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Madhivanan, P., Li, T., Srinivas, V., Marlow, L., Mukherjee, S., & Krupp, K., (2014). Human papillomavirus vaccine acceptability among parents of adolescent girls: Obstacles and challenges in Mysore, India. Preventive Medicine, 64, 69-74.
Objective. Worldwide, 530,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and 275,000 die annually. India bears the greatest burden of the disease with 132,000 cases and 74,000 death…

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