Parental perceived barriers and facilitators to HPV vaccination: A literature review
Lisa N. Mansfield, MSN, BSN
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Participants will gain insight of barriers and facilitators to HPV vaccination among parents, the significance of HPV vaccination on population health, and directions for future research.
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