From Google Scholar & other sources: Selected Journal Articles, Newsletters, Dissertations, Theses, Commentary

From Google Scholar & other sources: Selected Journal Articles, Newsletters, Dissertations, Theses, Commentary

Papillomavirus Research
Volume 4, December 2017, Pages 72-78
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine coverage achievements in low and middle-income countries 2007–2016
Introduction
Since 2007, HPV vaccine has been available to low and middle income countries (LAMIC) for small-scale ‘demonstration projects’, or national programmes. We analysed coverage achieved in HPV vaccine demonstration projects and national programmes that had completed at least 6 months of implementation between January 2007–2016.
Open Forum Infectious Diseases
Volume 4, Issue suppl_1, 1 October 2017, Pages S325
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Knowledge, Vaccine Acceptability and Acceptability of Text Message Reminders for Vaccine Doses in Adolescents Presenting to an Urban Emergency Department (ED)
Waridibo E Allison, MBBS PhD Ada Rubin, BA Deborah Levine, MD
Conclusion
Adolescents find it acceptable to receive HPV vaccination in these EDs and text message reminders for subsequent vaccine doses. Exploration of initial HPV vaccination of unvaccinated adolescents in the ED, with follow up doses in more traditional clinic settings aided by text message reminders warrants further investigation. Though a challenging care environment, the ED should not be ignored as a potential site for public health interventions such as HPV vaccination in adolescents.