Published on in Vol 8, No 5 (2022): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/34715, first published .
The Effect of a Web-Based Cervical Cancer Survivor’s Story on Parents' Behavior and Willingness to Consider Human Papillomavirus Vaccination for Daughters: Randomized Controlled Trial

The Effect of a Web-Based Cervical Cancer Survivor’s Story on Parents' Behavior and Willingness to Consider Human Papillomavirus Vaccination for Daughters: Randomized Controlled Trial

The Effect of a Web-Based Cervical Cancer Survivor’s Story on Parents' Behavior and Willingness to Consider Human Papillomavirus Vaccination for Daughters: Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Yoda T, Suksatit B, Tokuda M, Katsuyama H. The Relationship between Sources of COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Willingness to Be Vaccinated: An Internet-Based Cross-Sectional Study in Japan. Vaccines 2022;10(7):1041 View
  2. Lelliott M, Sahker E, Poudyal H. A Review of Parental Vaccine Hesitancy for Human Papillomavirus in Japan. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2023;12(5):2004 View
  3. Chandeying N, Thongseiratch T. Systematic review and meta-analysis comparing educational and reminder digital interventions for promoting HPV vaccination uptake. npj Digital Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  4. Redd D, Altman J, Jensen J, Sloan-Aagard C, Crook T, Asay A, Nielson B, Larson R, Miner D, Poole B. A Randomized Study to Determine the Effect of a Culturally Focused Video Intervention on Improving HPV Vaccine Intentions in a Christian Population in the United States. Journal of Community Health 2024 View
  5. Zhou W, Guo X, Lu J, Lu X, Fu X, Lu Y. Parental willingness to accept and pay human papillomavirus vaccine for boys aged 9–14 in a metropolis area of China: Evidence for developing a vaccination strategy. Vaccine 2024;42(9):2246 View
  6. Wu D, Liu P, Wang H, Wan W, Wang Y. Willingness and hesitancy towards the governmental free human papillomavirus vaccination among parents of eligible adolescent girls in Shenzhen, Southern China. BMC Women's Health 2024;24(1) View
  7. Parlak B, Uğurlucan F, Gökçay E. Actions speak louder than words; pediatricians, gynecologists, nurses, and other mothers’ perspectives on the human papillomavirus vaccine: an Istanbul multicenter study. Frontiers in Public Health 2024;12 View
  8. Zhou W, Lu X, Lu J, Zhang Q, Fu X, Sun X, Guo X, Lu Y. Parental willingness to pay and preference for human papillomavirus vaccine for girls aged 9-14 in subsidy scenarios in Shanghai, China. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2024;20(1) View
  9. Bittew S, Masresha S, Mulaw G, Yimam M, Zimamu A, Abriham A, Kidie A. Parental willingness to vaccinate their daughters against human papilloma virus and its associated factors in Woldia town, Northeast Ethiopia. Frontiers in Global Women's Health 2024;5 View