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Study on the Willingness to Use Third-Party Channels for HPV Vaccine Appointments among Chengdu Female Consumers

Jiani Li


This study was reviewed to examine how third-party channels affected HPV vaccine uptake and awareness, knowledge,
and attitudes related to HPV and HPV vaccine. Study inclusion criteria were raw data collection on third-party and HPV and HPV
vaccination for the study to gain insight into how public awareness affected HPV and HPV vaccine-related knowledge, attitudes,
and behavior. The three study objectives were; to construct a new research model of women’s willingness to use third-party channels for HPV vaccine appointments; to explore the overall status of women’s willingness to use third-party media for HPV vaccine
appointments, and to outline factors of women’s willingness to use third-party channels for HPV vaccine appointments.


Willingness to Use; Third-Party Channels; HPV Vaccine Appointments

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5157