“Knowledge and attitudes of Spanish adolescent girls towards human papillomavirus infection: where to intervene to improve vaccination coverage”

@inproceedings{NavarroIllana2014KnowledgeAA,
  title={“Knowledge and attitudes of Spanish adolescent girls towards human papillomavirus infection: where to intervene to improve vaccination coverage”},
  author={Pedro Navarro-Illana and Javier D{\'i}ez-Domingo and Esther Navarro-Illana and Jos{\'e} Tuells and Sara Alem{\'a}n and Joan Puig-Barber{\'a}},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND HPV vaccine coverage is far from ideal in Valencia, Spain, and this could be partially related to the low knowledge about the disease and the vaccine, therefore we assessed these, as well as the attitude towards vaccination in adolescent girls, and tried to identify independently associated factors that could potentially be modified by an intervention in order to increase vaccine coverage. METHODS A cross sectional study was conducted in a random selection of schools of the Spanish… CONTINUE READING
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