HPV Vaccination: Lessons Learnt for Successful Delivery

By Beth in Programme management 1863 views 14th November 2015 Video Duration: 00:03:20
PATH and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine introduction or scale-up, in 2014–2016 the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and PATH conducted the first comprehensive review of HPV vaccine delivery experiences across 46 low- and middle-income countries. This 3.5-minute video offers a preview of how lessons learnt from these countries can provide critical information for policymakers and programme planners on how best to prepare, deliver, and sustain HPV vaccines. For more information and resources, visit http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons.

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