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Assessment Of Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Practice And Associated Factors Among Primary School Female Students In Minjar-Shenkora Woreda, North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia,2020

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dc.contributor.author Hareg , Nigussie
dc.date.accessioned 2020-08-26T07:01:31Z
dc.date.available 2020-08-26T07:01:31Z
dc.date.issued 2020-06
dc.identifier.uri http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/386
dc.description.abstract Background: Cervical cancer is the most common sexually transmitted infection; about 75% of sexually active people are infected with human papiloma virus during their lifetime. Globally, it is targeted to provide vaccination of human papiloma virus for high risk women to eliminate 70% of the invasive cervical cancer. Objective- The aim of this study was to assess the practice of human papilloma virus vaccination and associated factors among primary school female students in Minjar shenkora woreda, 2020 Methods: A school based quantitative cross-sectional study was conducted from February1-30/ 2020, in primary school female students of Minjar shenkora woreda, North shewa Ethiopia. A Structured self-administered questionnaire was used for data collection. Association between dependent and independent variables tested in Binary and multiple logistic regration and variables p-value ≤ 0.25 were entered in to multiple logistic regration. significant association declared when P-value≤ 0.05. The strength for the significant association was determined by odds ratio with 95%CI. Result: - A total of 591 students participated in this study. The mean age of the respondents was 13.9 with a standard deviation of 0.54. From the total, 393(66.5 % CI =0.63-0.7)) of the participants have been vaccinated for HPV. Of the total respondents who are eligible for the schedule, 144(24.1% CI= 0.32-0.42) received two doses and 249(42.1% CI= 0.58-0.67) received one dose of HPV vaccination. The factors associated with the practice of vaccination were; Knowledgeable Students practice HPV vaccination 8.65 times than not knowledgeable students (AOR, 8.65, CI=5.2-14.3).Students who have positive attitude practice HPV vaccination 1.85 times than students who have negative attitude (AOR, 1.85, CI=1.18-3).Students in rural area were 88% less likely to practice HPV vaccine than students in urban area (AOR, 0.12, CI=0.07 0.21). Conclusion and recommendation: Overall HPV vaccination practice was relatively good (66.5 %). Knowledge on HPV vaccination, positive attitude towards HPV vaccination and being rural residence were factors associate with HPV vaccination practice. Families, health care workers and schools should work together to improve HPV vaccination practice and reduce its negative influencing factors. en_US
dc.description.abstract Background: Cervical cancer is the most common sexually transmitted infection; about 75% of sexually active people are infected with human papiloma virus during their lifetime. Globally, it is targeted to provide vaccination of human papiloma virus for high risk women to eliminate 70% of the invasive cervical cancer. Objective- The aim of this study was to assess the practice of human papilloma virus vaccination and associated factors among primary school female students in Minjar shenkora woreda, 2020 Methods: A school based quantitative cross-sectional study was conducted from February1-30/ 2020, in primary school female students of Minjar shenkora woreda, North shewa Ethiopia. A Structured self-administered questionnaire was used for data collection. Association between dependent and independent variables tested in Binary and multiple logistic regration and variables p-value ≤ 0.25 were entered in to multiple logistic regration. significant association declared when P-value≤ 0.05. The strength for the significant association was determined by odds ratio with 95%CI. Result: - A total of 591 students participated in this study. The mean age of the respondents was 13.9 with a standard deviation of 0.54. From the total, 393(66.5 % CI =0.63-0.7)) of the participants have been vaccinated for HPV. Of the total respondents who are eligible for the schedule, 144(24.1% CI= 0.32-0.42) received two doses and 249(42.1% CI= 0.58-0.67) received one dose of HPV vaccination. The factors associated with the practice of vaccination were; Knowledgeable Students practice HPV vaccination 8.65 times than not knowledgeable students (AOR, 8.65, CI=5.2-14.3).Students who have positive attitude practice HPV vaccination 1.85 times than students who have negative attitude (AOR, 1.85, CI=1.18-3).Students in rural area were 88% less likely to practice HPV vaccine than students in urban area (AOR, 0.12, CI=0.07 0.21). Conclusion and recommendation: Overall HPV vaccination practice was relatively good (66.5 %). Knowledge on HPV vaccination, positive attitude towards HPV vaccination and being rural residence were factors associate with HPV vaccination practice. Families, health care workers and schools should work together to improve HPV vaccination practice and reduce its negative influencing factors. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Human papilloma virus vaccine, Knowledge, Attitude, Practice en_US
dc.subject Human papilloma virus vaccine, Knowledge, Attitude, Practice en_US
dc.title Assessment Of Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Practice And Associated Factors Among Primary School Female Students In Minjar-Shenkora Woreda, North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia,2020 en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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