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Factors affecting Human Papillomavirus Vaccination among College Nursing Students
Kim, Eun-Jeoung; Kim, Su Hyun; Cho Chung, Hyang-In; Kim, Young A;
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 Abstract
This investigates the factors that affect HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination among college nursing students. The subjects were 604 students from 3 nursing colleges located in city G. Data were collected from June to October 2015 and analyzed using SPSS 21.0 software. 14.7% were in the HPV vaccinated group and 85.3% were in the unvaccinated group. Statistical evaluations were done to determine whether vaccination had any associations with age, year in school, gender, pocket money, health beliefs, and knowledge of the HPV vaccination (p<.001). The average score of cancer prevention behavior of the students was 7.22, and the average score of health beliefs was 24.71. The most determining factor for vaccination was "recommendation from parents or significant others," and the most interfering factor for vaccination was "no interest." The significant factors affecting vaccination were the year in school, pocket money, knowledge of the HPV vaccination, and health beliefs. The vaccination rate of subjects who had knowledge of HPV vaccination was higher (OR
 Keywords
College Nursing Students;Cervix Cancer;Human Papillomavirus;Prevention;Vaccination;
 Language
Korean
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