Insights into Health-Related Behaviors amid HPV Infection: A Thorough Examination Utilizing the Health Belief Model

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Ankita Jacob and Prakash kumar singh

Volume: 10 | Issue: 1 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International Journal of Immunological Nursing
Received Date: 03/02/2024
Acceptance Date: 04/03/2024
Published On: 2024-04-03
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Ankita Jacob and Prakash kumar singh Insights into Health-Related Behaviors amid HPV Infection: A Thorough Examination Utilizing the Health Belief Model International Journal of Immunological Nursing. 2024; 10(1): -p.
Abstract

Belief Model (HBM) has emerged as a valuable theoretical framework for comprehending health-related behaviors, providing insights into preventive measures and strategies for health promotion in the context of HPV infection. This systematic review thoroughly assesses the components of the HBM—perceived susceptibility, severity, benefits, barriers, cues to action, and self-efficacy—pertaining to HPV infection. Through an in-depth analysis of existing literature, this abstract underscores the impact of individual beliefs and perceptions on shaping preventive behaviors, such as the uptake of vaccination and screening practices. Additionally, the abstract investigates the influence of socio-demographic factors on the adoption of health behaviors related to HPV infection, offering a nuanced understanding of the diverse elements contributing to varying rates of HPV-related diseases. The amalgamation of evidence presented in this abstract aims to guide public health interventions, policy development, and educational initiatives, enhancing HPV prevention efforts and mitigating the burden of associated diseases. By illuminating the complex interplay between individual beliefs and health behaviors, this abstract contributes to the ongoing discourse on HPV infection, emphasizing the significance of tailored approaches in advancing effective prevention and control strategies.

Keyword:- modifying factor, individual perception, likelihood of action, Paradigm

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Ankita Jacob and Prakash kumar singh Insights into Health-Related Behaviors amid HPV Infection: A Thorough Examination Utilizing the Health Belief Model International Journal of Immunological Nursing. 2024; 10(1): -p.

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