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Process Evaluation of an In-person Versus Webinar Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Quality Improvement Program (Illinois, Michigan and Washington State), 2015-2016

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Process Evaluation of an In-person Versus Webinar Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Quality Improvement Program (Illinois, Michigan and Washington State), 2015-2016
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Process Evaluation of an In-person Versus Webinar Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Quality Improvement Program (Illinois, Michigan and Washington State), 2015-2016
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These data were collected as part of an assessment of in-person and webinar AFIX consultations on best practices for adolescent HPV immunization. AFIX (which stands for Assessment, Feedback, Incentives, and eXchange) is a program of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention aimed at increasing vaccination of children and adolescents by reducing missed opportunities to vaccinate and improving immunization delivery practices at the provider level. High-volume primary care clinics serving over 370,000 patients ages 11-17 in three states were randomly assigned to receive no consultation or an in-person or webinar AFIX consultation focused on improving adolescent HPV immunization. Immunization specialists from participating state health departments delivered the consultations. Physicians, nurses and other clinic staff in the in-person and webinar arms who participated in the consultation sessions completed web-based surveys pre-consultation (pre-visit survey), post-consultation (post-visit survey) and at six-month follow up (follow-up survey). Topics covered by the surveys include participation in and satisfaction with the assigned consultation delivery mode; strategies for improving HPV vaccination coverage used by the respondents' clinics; opinions about the level of HPV vaccination coverage in the respondents' clinics; and the respondents' self-efficacy for improving HPV vaccination coverage
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  • Brewer, Noel T
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Gilkey, Melissa B.
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Process Evaluation of an In-person Versus Webinar Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Quality Improvement Program (Illinois, Michigan and Washington State), 2015-2016
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  • 2015--2016
  • 36757
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ICPSR36757.v1
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Process Evaluation of an In-person Versus Webinar Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Quality Improvement Program (Illinois, Michigan and Washington State), 2015-2016
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  • 2015--2016
  • 36757
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ICPSR36757.v1
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