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Table 1 Study inclusion and exclusion criteria

From: Barriers, supports, and effective interventions for uptake of human papillomavirus- and other vaccines within global and Canadian Indigenous peoples: a systematic review protocol

Inclusion criteria Exclusion criteria
Global Indigenous peoples (including First Nations, Inuit, and Métis (Canada), American Indians and Alaskan Natives (USA), and Indigenous peoples in other countries including, but not limited to, China, South Asia, former Soviet Union, Southeast Asia, South America, Africa, Central America/Mexico, Arabia, Japan and the Pacific Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Greenland and Scandinavia) [69, 94] and participants may include vaccine recipients, youth, parents, grandparents, guardians, Elders and/or knowledge holders, health care providers, policy−/decision-makers, and community leaders, without restriction on gender or age,
AND
Studies that do not include global Indigenous peoples or in which one or more global Indigenous peoples comprise less than 50% of the study participants
OR
Studies that do not discuss barriers or supports to vaccination or HPV vaccination
AND/OR
Studies that do not discuss vaccination interventions, or HPV vaccination interventions or enhancing the acceptability or uptake of vaccination or HPV vaccination, or reducing vaccine or HPV vaccine hesitancy
OR
Studies lacking extractable data (i.e., policy papers or papers with no data)
OR
Studies discuss barriers or supports to vaccination or HPV vaccination
AND/OR
Non-original research
Studies discuss vaccination interventions to increase acceptability or uptake of vaccination or HPV vaccination, or to reduce vaccine or HPV vaccine hesitancy