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Title: The role of healthcare providers in HPV vaccination programs - A meeting report
Author: Vorsters, Alex
Bonanni, Paolo
Maltezou, Helena C.
Yarwood, Joanne
Brewer, Noel T.
Bosch Aparici, Francisco Javier
Hanley, Sharon
Cameron, Ross
Franco, Eduardo L.
Arbyn, Marc
Muñoz, Nubia
Kojouharova, Mira
Pattyn, Jade
Baay, Marc
Karafillakis, Emilie
Van Damme, Pierre
Keywords: Vacuna del papil·lomavirus
Medicina preventiva
Papillomavirus vaccines
Preventive medicine
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2019
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Prevention and Control Board convened a meeting in Bucharest, Romania (May 2018), to discuss the role of healthcare providers (HCPs) in prevention programs, with a focus on HPV vaccination and cervical cancer screening. International and local experts discussed the role that HCPs can play to increase the uptake of HPV vaccine and screening. Experts recommended: 1) increasing HCP norms of getting vaccinated; 2) training providers to make effective recommendations; 3) making culturally appropriate materials available, in local languages; and 4) centralizing and coordinating education and information material, to direct both HCPs and the general public to the best material available.
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It is part of: Papillomavirus Research, 2019-12-01, Vol. 8
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