Multimodal Counseling Interventions: Effect on Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Acceptance
AbstractHuman papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine was developed to reduce HPV-attributable cancers, external genital warts (EGW), and recurrent respiratory papillomatosis. Adolescent HPV vaccination series completion rates are less than 40% in the United States of America, but up to 80% in Australia and the United Kingdom. Population-based herd immunity requires 80% or greater vaccination series completion rates. Pro-vaccination counseling facilitates increased vaccination rates. Multimodal counseling interventions may increase HPV vaccination series non-completers’ HPV-attributable disease knowledge and HPV-attributable disease prophylaxis (vaccination) acceptance over a brief 14-sentence counseling intervention. An online, 4-group, randomized controlled trial, with 260 or more participants per group, found that parents were more likely to accept HPV vaccination offers for their children than were childless young adults for themselves (68.2% and 52.9%). A combined audiovisual and patient health education handout (PHEH) intervention raised knowledge of HPV vaccination purpose, p = 0.02, and HPV vaccination acceptance for seven items, p < 0.001 to p = 0.023. The audiovisual intervention increased HPV vaccination acceptance for five items, p < 0.001 to p = 0.006. That HPV causes EGW, and that HPV vaccination prevents HPV-attributable diseases were better conveyed by the combined audiovisual and PHEH than the control 14-sentence counseling intervention alone. View Full-Text
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Nwanodi, O.; Salisbury, H.; Bay, C. Multimodal Counseling Interventions: Effect on Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Acceptance. Healthcare 2017, 5, 86.
Nwanodi O, Salisbury H, Bay C. Multimodal Counseling Interventions: Effect on Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Acceptance. Healthcare. 2017; 5(4):86.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nwanodi, Oroma; Salisbury, Helen; Bay, Curtis. 2017. "Multimodal Counseling Interventions: Effect on Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Acceptance." Healthcare 5, no. 4: 86.
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