- Affiliate Instructor, Global Health
2201 Westlake Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98121
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Mr. Wittet has over 25 years’ experience in health advocacy and behavior change communications in the developing world. Currently leading Advocacy and Communication activities for PATH’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Programs, Mr. Wittet’s work focuses on building the political, financial, and technical foundations for universal access to HPV vaccine and new pre-cancer screening and preventive treatment technologies. Mr. Wittet works in close collaboration with colleagues at WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, Gavi, and other organizations concerned with improving immunization and women’s health. He was the founding Chair of the Cervical Cancer Action coalition from 2007-2013, and currently serves as co-chair with a colleague from the American Cancer Society.
- MA (University of Washington)
- BA (Union College (Ny))
- Cervical Cancer
Health Advocacy, Communication and Training in the Developing World
Director, Advocacy, Communication and Training
Wittet, Scott, and Vivien Tsu. "Cervical cancer prevention and the Millennium Development Goals." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 86.6 (2008): 488-490.
Sherris, J., Friedman, A., Wittet, S., Davies, P., Steben, M., & Saraiya, M. (2006). Education, training, and communication for HPV vaccines. Vaccine, 24, S210-S218.
Simpson, E., Wittet, S., Bonilla, J., Gamazina, K., Cooley, L., & Winkler, J. L. (2007). Use of formative research in developing a knowledge translation approach to rotavirus vaccine introduction in developing countries. BMC Public Health, 7(1), 281.