Assessing HPV vaccination knowledge and attitudes among parents of pre-adolescent and adolescent Indian girls. Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship Program Summer 2023 Pending Health and Human Sciences Despite being the country with the most cervical cancer cases and deaths in the world, HPV vaccination rates in the country remain low. This project is a small part of a larger study that investigates how we can get Indian parents to get their daughters vaccinated against HPV using communication methodologies. Bhakti Pankaj Chavda Students will be involved with listening to recordings of one-on-one interviews with participants and generating a clear transcript of the conversation in English. Some of these interviews are in Hindi (the most widely spoken language in India) and will also require translation. Training will be provided. Students may also be involved with the analysis of interview data if time permits. This work can happen remotely. The PI will have weekly meetings with the students to check-in on their progress and provide assistance wherever necessary.

Note: The student who is selected for this project will get to work on the PI's other project which will involve similar work but for a different health issue (food consumption behaviors). Details for this project can be found on the OURConnect website under the "Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship Program" section.
Must be fluent in both English and Hindi Must have a valid SSN (this is a paid position) Preference will be given to those with a CITI Certificate in social and behavioral sciences but you are welcome to apply even if you don't have one. 0 0 (estimated)

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