On November 28th, Dr. Rosberger was awarded the ‘Teaching and Mentorship Award’ at the annual Gerald Bronfman Department of Oncology Distinguished Lecture and Awards Ceremony. Congratulations, Zeev!
Protocol pre-print published!
We recently published the protocol of our project investigating opinions and psychosocial factors surrounding the introduction of the HPV test for cervical cancer screening in Canada. Find it here: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.03.28.22272903
Two new Pre-prints published online!
The lab has recently published two new pre-prints! The first describes our randomized controlled trial testing an altruism-based video to encourage COVID-19 vaccination in young adults. The second involves a study examining young adults’ preferences for COVID-19 vaccination and preventive health behaviours. We hope these papers can contribute to the continued battle against COVID-19 and the need for vaccine uptake and preventive health behaviours.
New Publication in The Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Research and Practice!
The paper details a qualitative analysis of parent’s reasons for vaccinating, or not vaccinating, their children for HPV after a 9 month follow-up from an initial survey. Find the article here
Publication in Lancet Regional Health – Americas!
Several members of the lab team have recently published an analysis of vaccination differences in Canadian provinces with and without publicly funded, school-based HPV vaccination programs. Check it out using the link below, or go to the “Publications” tab on our website.
Dr. Rosberger presenting at IPVC 2021
Dr. Rosberger will be presenting as part of a plenary symposium on cervical cancer and female genital schistosomiasis control at IPVC 2021. See his presentation of Tuesday, November 16th.
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