Megan M Scully

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OBJECTIVE To describe quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination coverage achieved in the HPV vaccination catch-up program for girls aged 12-17 years. DESIGN Analysis of data from the Australian National HPV Vaccination Program Register. PARTICIPANTS Girls aged 12-17 years as at 30 June 2007. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES HPV vaccine coverage by dose(More)
Adolescents have become an increasingly prominent target group for vaccination in Australia and other developed countries. Over the past decade, voluntary school-based vaccination programs have evolved to become the primary method of delivering adolescent vaccines funded under Australia's National Immunisation Program (NIP). These programs operate at a(More)
In November 2006, the Australian Government announced the National HPV Vaccination Program, consisting of a course of prophylactic human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine for all Australian females aged 12-26 years. Females aged 12-18 years are vaccinated through school-based programs. The school-based component commenced in April 2007, with the school years(More)
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