Published on in Vol 24 , No 11 (2022) :November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/37559, first published .
Countering Antivax Misinformation via Social Media: Message-Testing Randomized Experiment for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Uptake

Countering Antivax Misinformation via Social Media: Message-Testing Randomized Experiment for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Uptake

Countering Antivax Misinformation via Social Media: Message-Testing Randomized Experiment for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Uptake

Sunny Jung Kim 1, 2 , MA, MS, PhD ;   Jenna E Schiffelbein 3 , MPH, CHES ;   Inger Imset 3, 4 , BA, NBC-HWC ;   Ardis L Olson 3, 4, 5 , MD

1 Health Behavior and Policy , School of Medicine , Virginia Commonwealth University , Richmond , VA , US

2 Massey Cancer Center , Virginia Commonwealth University , Richmond , VA , US

3 Norris Cotton Cancer Center , Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , Hanover , NH , US

4 Department of Community and Family Medicine , Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , Hanover , NH , US

5 Department of Pediatrics , Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , Hanover , NH , US

Corresponding Author:

  • Sunny Jung Kim, MA, MS, PhD
  • Health Behavior and Policy
  • School of Medicine
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