ASBR ICEIPI 2022, 03 March 2023
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A common globally infection source transmited by sex is human papillomavirus (HPV) , and vaccines are an effective means of suppression. Although men have played an essential role in HPV transmission, low vaccination intention of the male has been found. Studies of male HPV vaccination acceptance have focused on exploration variables to research predictors that influence the willingness. Most studies have involved only a few variables and lack systematic integration. The report explored cues to actions, perceived barriers, and advantages of male vaccination issues from the perspective of factors influencing male HPV vaccination by reviewing the literature. The study found that cues to actions containing the parents' attitude, the media and health care workers as the source and its narrative, the acceptance of their peers, coverage of health insurance, as well as the benefits of prevention as the primary purpose are closely associated with vaccination. Low levels of knowledge, low degree of risk perception, shame, and skepticism might interfere with male vaccination as the main blocks. This result would be conducive to the targeted promotion of HPV jab and the rise of the vaccination rate among men of the appropriate age.
human papillomavirus, males, vaccination.
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