Tina Fermano, Andrea Dello Russo, Stephanie Jaramillo, Kate
Henderlong are along with Dr. Denise Rizzolo, faculty advisor, are
conducting a research study to determine undergraduate and graduate
student’s knowledge on the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and to determine
whether or not there is a discrepancy in knowledge based on gender. This
project is being completed as part of an ongoing research requirement
needed for the completion of a Master of Science through Seton Hall
University’s Physician Assistant Program, through which the researchers
All students enrolled at Seton Hall University as an undergraduate or
graduate student between the ages of 18 and 30 and are not members of
the SHU Physician Assistant program are eligible to participate. Your
involvement is completely voluntary and will remain anonymous, no
personal information will be collected (i.e. names, addresses). If, at
any time, you wish to withdraw from the survey, all you must do is close
your browser. Voluntary consent to participate in the survey is
considered once the survey is completed by the participant. The data
will be stored by the principal investigator in a secure, locked site
If you would like to participate in this study please complete the
“Knowledge of HPV in College-aged Males and Females” survey which can
be accessed here.
The survey consists of 16 questions that should take no more than 10
minutes. Please note: This survey will be available from September 18, 2012 to October 31, 2012. We ask that you complete this survey only once.
Any questions concerning the study may be addressed by contacting Kate.Henderlong@student.shu.edu or Dr. Denise Rizzolo, PA-C, PhD, faculty advisor at Denise.Rizzolo@shu.edu. The Seton Hall University Institutional Review Board has approved this research study.
For more information please contact: