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Risk Perceptions and Subsequent Sexual Behaviors After HPV Vaccination in Adolescents
OBJECTIVES: Concerns have been raised that human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination could lead to altered risk perceptions and an increase in risky sexual behaviors among adolescents. The aim of thisExpand
Adolescent perceptions of risk and need for safer sexual behaviors after first human papillomavirus vaccination.
OBJECTIVES To (1) examine perceptions of risk of human papillomavirus (HPV) and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), (2) examine perceived need for safer sexual behaviors, and (3) determineExpand
Human papillomavirus vaccine-related risk perceptions and subsequent sexual behaviors and sexually transmitted infections among vaccinated adolescent women.
OBJECTIVE To examine the association between risk perceptions after human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and sexual behaviors and sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnosis over 30monthsExpand
Human Papillomavirus Vaccine-Related Risk Perceptions Do Not Predict Sexual Initiation Among Young Women Over 30 Months Following Vaccination.
PURPOSE We examined longitudinally the relationship between human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine-related risk perceptions and initiation of sexual activity among adolescent women over 30 months afterExpand
HPV Vaccine-Related Risk Perceptions Do Not Predict Sexual Initiation Among Young Women Over 30 Months Following Vaccination
Purpose—We examined longitudinally the relationship between human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine-related risk perceptions and initiation of sexual activity among adolescent women over 30 months afterExpand
Adolescents' intention and self-efficacy to follow Pap testing recommendations after receiving the HPV vaccine
ABSTRACT Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines are recommended in the US for girls and women 11–26 y of age. Because these vaccines do not prevent all cervical cancers, Papanicolaou (Pap) screening isExpand
95. Perceived Risk and Subsequent Sexual Behaviors After Hpv Vaccination in Adolescents
Methods Participants were 13-21 year-old girls (n=339) receiving their first HPV vaccine dose, who completed questionnaires assessing risk perceptions at baseline and sexual behaviors at baseline, 2Expand
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