- •An educational brochure increased human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination rates at a primary care office.
- •Clinicians need to use every clinical opportunity to educate about HPV.
- •Barriers still exist with young adults getting vaccinated against HPV.
- •Patient outreach was less effective at increasing HPV vaccine rates.
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