The Japanese government suspended its cautious advice for vaccination against Human Papillomavirus as a result of multiple incidents of adverse effects in 2013. Following that, the HPV vaccine immunisation rate decreased rapidly in Japan. Health Science Professors (HSTs) are trained and certified healthcare instructors are present in Japanese schools for the pupils. As an active guideline, the administration of HPV vaccination for 5 y was stopped. The HSTs did not prescribe HPV vaccinations for women students. Our primary survey focused on HSTs and HST students . We performed the primary survey. Each community assessed the understanding of HPV vaccine and disease burden and identified HPV recommendation factors and barriers. In this primary study, many HSTs and university students felt that they did not know enough about the vaccine for HPV. Based on the findings of the primary survey, HPV vaccine training slides were created by infectious disease specialists in collaboration with Japanese HSTs.

The study carried out a secondary survey prior to and after the HST lecture, which assessed the intelligibility and intention of women to recommend HPV vaccination. The secondary survey after reading showed a statistical improvement from 76 HSTs to 103 who recommended their students the HPV vaccine. Education with the right materials enhanced the trust and purpose of the students in the HPV vaccine by confirming the hypothesis of the report.