HPV Vaccination Promotion

ResearchWell’s HPV Study

To combat the low rates of vaccination amongst college students, the UCLA Center for Cancer Prevention and Control Research in partnership with the Research Well pod of the Healthy Campus Initiative is conducting a study to investigate current HPV-related activities on campus and promising and feasible strategies to increase access to and use of HPV [...]

Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices Regarding Human Papillomavirus among Women and Health Care Providers in Mexico and Los Angeles

Topic: HPV, Cervical cancer prevention The aim of this bi-national study was to compare and contrast the knowledge, beliefs, and practices regarding human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination among mothers of vaccine-eligible girls, health care providers, and program administrators at two community clinics in Oxnard, California, and two Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) clinics in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Although […]

Increasing HPV Vaccine Uptake in a Low Income Ethnic Minority Population

Randomized trial to test system focused multi-level interventions to increase HPV vaccine uptake among low-income, ethnic minority adolescents seeking care in low resource clinical settings. Cervical cancer incidence in Los Angeles County is significantly higher than the national average, with highest rates among Latinas and Asian/Pacific Islanders. The discovery of HPV as the primary causal agent in […]