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Adaptation Of An HPV Education Resource To Promote HPV Vaccination Among Unvaccinated Spanish-Language Preferring Latino Young Men Who Have Sex With Men In Puerto Rico And Florida
The purpose of the study is to characterize Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and HPV vaccination knowledge, vaccine awareness, attitudes, health literacy, health beliefs, and intentions to receive the vaccine as well as educational preferences for learning more about HPV and HPV vaccination.
To characterize HPV and HPV vaccination knowledge, vaccine awareness, attitudes, health literacy, health beliefs (e.g., perceived risk, perceived barriers, perceived norms), and intentions to receive the vaccine as well as educational preferences among 260 unvaccinated Spanish-language preferring YLMSM ages 18-26 (approximately 130 in PR and approximately 130 in FL) via an online survey. To conduct 20 in-depth interviews with key stakeholders (i.e., healthcare clinic leadership, providers and staff, community-based organization staff; 10 in PR and 10 in FL) to inform intervention content and delivery methods and identify potential facilitators and barriers to intervention implementation. To culturally adapt an existing Cancer 101 educational resource for Spanish-language preferring YLMSM ages 18-26 and to conduct 4-6 focus groups with 24 YLMSM in PR (n=12) and FL (n=12) to gain feedback on the acceptability, accessibility, content, delivery preferences, and aesthetics of the theoretically informed, HPV educational intervention targeted for YLMSM
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