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Pressbox (Press Release) - We analyzed HPV vaccination for 11-18 year-olds using the Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR), a database containing vaccinations administered in New York City. Initiation was defined as receipt of>=1 dose, and timely completion as>=3 doses within 12-months of initiation. Patient-specific variables included age, gender, and insurance status. Practice-specific variables included practice-type, number of Tdap vaccines reported (proxy for practice size), and percent poverty in practice location. We evaluated factors associated with early initiation (within 1 year of routine gender-specific recommendations [females: 3/23/07, males: 12/23/11]), and timely completion. Of the 1,494,767 11-18 year-olds in the CIR from 2005-2012, 50.2% were male, 56.7% received their vaccines in private practices, 57.9% in practices in the highest tertile of adolescent patient population size, and 46.9% in Cofactor practices in the highest poverty tertile areas. Of all 13-18 year-olds as of July 2013, 47.2% received>=1 dose, with 44.3% initiating at <=12 years, 41.6% at 13-15 years, and 14.1% at 16-18 years. Within one year Everolimus mouse of routine recommendations for their gender, 28.8% of 13-18 year-old females vs. 29.3% of males had initiated vaccination. Both males and females had significantly greater odds of early uptake if they were publicly insured, seen at a practice with moderate-to-large number of adolescents, and/or at a public hospital/community health clinic (PH/CHC) or private hospital (adjusted odds ratios (AORs) range 1.29-2.22; 95% CI range for all AORs 1.26, 2.29). Being seen at a practice in a high vs. low poverty area was associated with early uptake for males (AOR 1.61; 95% CI 1.57, 1.66) but lower uptake for females (AOR 0.96; 95% CI 0.93, 0.99). Half of those who initiated HPV vaccination in 2011 were male; of those who initiated, females were more likely to complete within 12 months (females 38.4% vs. males 35.7%; p <0.0001). For both genders, those seen at low or mid-level poverty area practices or practices with more adolescents Cell Cycle inhibitor had greater odds of completion (AORs range 1.09-1.29; 95% CI range 1.02,1.41); those seen at a private hospital vs. private practice and those uninsured had lower odds of completion (AORs range 0.75-0.88; 95% CI range 0.71, 0.93). However, males seen at PH/CHC were more likely than those seen at private practice to complete (AOR 1.10; 95% CI 1.05, 1.16). Despite the pre-existence of permissive recommendations for males, male uptake in the first year after routine recommendation was similar to that of females in their first year post-routine recommendations. While males seen in higher poverty areas were more likely to initiate, both males and females from those areas were less likely to complete the HPV vaccine series.

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