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SURVEY re HPV vaccinations

Sharon White - Saturday, November 09, 2019 -


Dear colleague

We are interested in exploring how the change to the HPV vaccination programme has impacted on schools, school nurses and immunisation teams, so that we can recommend changes to information for schools, parents and/or children as necessary. We would be grateful if you would complete this 2-part survey. The first part explores your experiences of the universal HPV vaccination programme and the second explores your knowledge about HPV and the vaccine to see if there are any information needs for the teams delivering the vaccination.

To assist with this, we would be grateful if you would complete the survey by clicking on the link below. This should take no more than 10 minutes. Please note that all responses will be anonymous. By taking part in the survey you are providing us with your consent to use the data you provide in future publications and research projects. You are also consenting for us to quote any comments you make (anonymised of course). You are free to withdraw from the survey at any time prior to submitting the final page of the survey.
ONLY TAKE PART IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN DELIVERING THE HPV VACCINATION PROGRAMME THIS TERM. We will circulate the survey again next term to collect later experiences of delivering the vaccination.

The research is being conducted by Dr Sue Sherman, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Keele University, in conjunction with Sharon White, CEO School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA). If you have any questions, please contact Sue on 01782 733384 or at

Thank you for your cooperation.
Sue Sherman and Sharon White


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