Intervention development to improve adolescents' experience of school-based HPV vaccination.

Spring Cooper Robbins

Australia has implemented a nation-wide program providing HPV vaccine to year 7 girls (aged 11-12 years) through schools. There are few published studies that explore vaccination from an adolescent perspective. Our previous research identified three distinct areas as salient to the adolescents’ experience:
1) lack of understanding about HPV and HPV vaccination;
2) adolescent desire for involvement in decision-making about HPV vaccination; and
3) fear of HPV vaccination.

 Recorded in October 2012 at the 13th ASSERT National Conference on:
Sexuality: Beyond Difficulties, Definitions and Diversity, Melbourne, Australia.

Spring Cooper Robbins
Spring Cooper Robbins
  more about this speaker
  other talks by the speaker

SAS
XShare
Click on a link above to share this page with your networking site.

Media     

TITLE SPEAKER DURATION
VideoIntervention development to improve adolescentsí experience of school-based HPV vaccinationSpring Cooper Robbins16'28"
icon mp3.gifIntervention development to improve adolescents’ experience of school-based HPV vaccinationSpring Cooper Robbins 


Top of page

Spring Cooper Robbins

Senior Lecturer, STIs Research Centre,The University of Sydney, Australia

Co-authors: K Mahendran, SR Skinner, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Top of page
Subscribers
Login Here
Email
Password
Subscribe
Now
BENEFIT from
UNLIMITED ACCESS to our
GROWING VIDEO LIBRARY
 
 
 
$19.95 - Unlimited Access
 
 
 
$99.75 - Save 1 Month
 
 
 
$149.95 - Save 3 Months
WAS - World Association fro Sexual HealthSociety of Australian SexologiestsAustralian Centre for Sexual HealthashnAOFSCSEPI - Council of Sex Education and Parenthood (International)SASSM