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Find news articles, newsletters and resources for conducting campaigns and sharing HPV vaccine information via media channels, including social media. Click on the column headers to sort or filter by organization, resource type or publication date. 

  
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Adolescent Vaccination Messaging for Practice Hold LinesCenters for Disease ControlSample messages that can be recorded in clinical office when parents are on the phone on wait--these messages turns parent wait-time into a time where they can be educated about adolescent vaccination and HPV vaccine Other4/27/2015
AAP Facebook Posts for Healthcare ProfessionalsAmerican Academy of PediatricsProvides sample Facebook posts for providers to use for HPV vaccination, Gardasil 9, vaccine safety,and paying for HPV vaccination. Seasonal and Health observances are included to participate in social media awareness campaigns.Other4/1/2015
Tweets for Parent and CaregiverAmerican Academy of PediatricsProvides sample Twitter posts for providers to use for HPV vaccination, vaccine safety, and paying for HPV vaccination targeted towards parents/caregivers. Other4/1/2015
Tweets for Healthcare ProfessionalAmerican Academy of PediatricsProvides sample Twitter posts for providers to use for HPV vaccination, Gardasil 9, vaccine safety,and paying for HPV vaccination. Other4/1/2015
If There Were a Vaccine for Cancer Poster with girl (11x17)Centers for Disease ControlOne of the CDC's and "You Are the Key" campaign posters for the HPV vaccine and cancer preventionPoster
If There Were a Vaccine for Cancer Poster with girl-Spanish (11x17)Centers for Disease ControlOne of the CDC's "You Are the Key" campaign posters for HPV vaccine and cancer preventionPoster
Facebook Posts for Parents and CaregiversAmerican Academy of PediatricsProvides sample HPV vaccine Facebook posts for use with a parent audience. Seasonal and Health observances are included to participate in social media awareness campaigns.Other
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - July-August 2017.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyHPV VACs Partner Newsletter - July-August 2017Newsletter8/17/2017
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - June 2017.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyNewsletter from the HPV VACs program for June 2017.Newsletter6/30/2017
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - April 2017.pdfAmerican Cancer Society; HPV VACsHPV VACs project partner newsletter for March/April 2017.Newsletter4/25/2017
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - February 2017.pdfAmerican Cancer Society; HPV VACsVACs partner newsletter for February 2017. Inlcudes materials updated with 2 dose recommendation and new training videos from the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable.Newsletter2/23/2017
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - December 2016.pdfHPV VACs; American Cancer SocietyHPV VACs project newsletter for partners, December 2016.Newsletter12/16/2016
HPV VACs Partner Newsletter - October 2016.pdfAmerican Cancer Society; HPV VACsHPV VACs project newsletter for partners October 2016 includes information on new 2 dose vaccine schedule.Newsletter10/31/2016
AAFP_7x10_nobleed.pdfCenters for Disease ControlCDC Cancer Prevention MessagePoster10/19/2016
HPV VACs September 2016 PARTNER Newsletter.pdfAmerican Cancer Society; HPV VACsHPV VACs project newsletter for partners September 2016.Newsletter9/16/2016
NHPVRT Monthly Update July 2016.pdfOtherThe July 2016 newsletter of the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable.Newsletter7/26/2016
HPV VACs June 2016 Update_PARTNERS.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyVACs monthly update for partners - June 2016Newsletter6/23/2016
HPV VACs April 2016 Update_PARTNERS.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyHPV VACs program monthly newsletter for ACS partners - April 2016Newsletter4/28/2016
HPV VACs PARTNER update - March 2016.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyHPV VACs program monthly newsletter for ACS partners - March 2016Newsletter3/24/2016
HPV VACs PARTNER Update - February 2016.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyHPV VACs' monthly newsletter February 2016Newsletter2/23/2016
HPV, MenB Vaccines Added to Kids' Immunization ScheduleOtherThe short article states the two (9vHPV and MenB) 2016 updates in recommended vaccine schedule for children and adolescentsMedia Article (print or web)2/1/2016
HPV VACs - PARTNER Update January 2016.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyHPV VACs program external partner monthly update for January 2016Newsletter1/22/2016
Cervical Cancer Awareness Social Media ToolkitThe GW Cancer Institute (George Washington University)Designed to help public health professionals understand functions/benefits of social media, manage accounts (Twitter & Facebook), and establish a Cervical Cancer Awareness Month social media strategyToolkit1/1/2016
CDC Print Materials for Preteens/Teens (Regional Posters)Centers for Disease ControlPreteen/Teen Print Materials about HPV vaccine specifically audienced for American Indian/Alaskan Native communityPoster12/31/2015
HPV_VACs_UPDATE_December_Partners.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyVACs program December monthly update for external partnersNewsletter12/18/2015
HPV Vaccine Myth Busting for Health Care Providers Social Media ToolkitThe GW Cancer Institute (George Washington University); National AHEC OrganizationCreated by the GW Cancer Institute, this social media toolkit is designed to help pubic health professionals establish "Myth Busting" strategies to encourage the conversation of HPV vaccination among providers, parents, and adolescents. Toolkit12/1/2015
HPV VACs - PARTNER Update Nov. 2015.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyVACs program November monthly update for external partnersNewsletter11/20/2015
Three Things Parents Should Know about Preventing CancerCenters for Disease ControlOne of the CDC's infographics for HPV and cancer preventionPoster7/31/2015
European Medicines Agency Report.pdfOtherReview concludes evidence does not support that HPV vaccination causes CRPS or POTS. Therefore there is no reason to change the way the vaccines are used or amend the current product information.Media Article (print or web)5/5/2015
January National Health ObservancesU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesToolkit for Cervical Health Awareness Month from Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Includes social media and other media information, helpful for communications staff. Includes resources and tips for a group promoting their own events.Toolkit1/1/2015
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