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Convergence factors influencing the human papillomavirus vaccination in some female university students
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 12,  2015, pp.235-244
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.12.235
 Title & Authors
Convergence factors influencing the human papillomavirus vaccination in some female university students
Lee, Hye-Ran; Oh, Yun-Jung;
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 Abstract
This study was done to identify convergence factors influencing the HPV vaccination in female university students. The subjects of this study were 546 female university students. The data were collected through interviews using a structured questionnaire from 5 to 30th of October, 2013. 138(25.3%) reported that they were vaccinated. Religion, ever heard cervical cancer, HPV and cervical cancer vaccination, ever had a pap test, knowledge about HPV vaccination, health beliefs(total), perceived benefit, perceived barrier, cancer preventive behavior(total) and cervical cancer preventive behavior were associated with being vaccinated. In logistic regression analysis showed that the predictors are ever had a pap test(OR=34.67, 95% CI=17.19~ 69.92), perceived benefit(OR=1.45, 95% CI=1.17~1.81) and perceived barrier(OR=1.44, 95% CI=1.27~1.63). It was recommended to make convergence policy supports and education programs reinforcing a pap test and perceived benefit and reducing perceived barriers about HPV vaccination.
 Keywords
Human papillomavirus vaccination;knowledge related cervical cancer;health belief;cancer preventive behavior;female university student;convergence;
 Language
Korean
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