Disparities of Perceptions and Practices Related to Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Acceptability of HPV Vaccination According to Educational Level in a French Cross-Sectional Survey of 18–65 Years Old Women

@inproceedings{Haesebaert2014DisparitiesOP,
  title={Disparities of Perceptions and Practices Related to Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Acceptability of HPV Vaccination According to Educational Level in a French Cross-Sectional Survey of 18–65 Years Old Women},
  author={Julie Haesebaert and Delphine Lutringer-Magnin and Julie Kalecinski and Giovanna Barone and A Jacquard and Yann L{\'e}ocmach and V{\'e}ronique R{\'e}gnier and Philippe Vanhems and Franck Chauvin and Christine Lasset and Harry Zhang},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION We aimed to study the relationships between educational level, women's knowledge about cervical cancer (CC), and acceptance of HPV vaccination for their daughters. METHODS We analysed data from a quantitative (self-administrated questionnaire) and qualitative (semi-structured interviews) cross-sectional study performed in 2008 among 1,229 French 18-65-year-old women recruited by general practitioners. Women were categorized into three educational level groups: low (LEL: 43.9… CONTINUE READING
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