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Find brochures, handouts, posters and more to educate parents and patients below. Click on the column headers to sort or filter by organization, resource subject or publication date. 

  
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CDC Print Materials for Preteens and Teens (Vaccines)Centers for Disease ControlRecommended vaccines for preteens and teens, HPV Vaccine Safety, HPV Cancer Prevention Adolescent Vaccines (Includes HPV)12/31/2015
HPV Gardasil 9 VISCenters for Disease Control2 pager on HPV Vaccination on why one should get vaccinated, who should get vaccinated, risks/serious reactions to vaccineHPV Vaccine4/15/2015
AAP Immunization Resources Pre-teen Immunization: Addressing Common ConcernsAmerican Academy of PediatricsConcise information for parents about adolescent vaccines, including the HPV vaccine. The handout explains the comon side effects to any routine vaccine, the dosage, and addresses cost and insurance concerns.Parental Concerns; Adolescent Vaccines (Includes HPV)8/1/2013
Recommended Immunizations for Children from 7 to 18 Years oldCenters for Disease ControlTimeline for Recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 years oldAdolescent Vaccines (Includes HPV)
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 preventionMessaging / Media Campaign
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 preventionMessaging / Media Campaign
Immunization PSA (Spanish)Centers for Disease ControlVideo in Spanish about why HPV vaccine is important from doctors/parentsHPV Vaccine
Immunization PSAsCenters for Disease ControlPSAs featuring providers and survivors about the importance of HPV vaccination.HPV Vaccine
Shot By Shot: Stories of Vaccine-Preventable DiseasesWebsite of collection of stories from people who have been touched by vaccine-preventable diseases. The importance of how personal stories touch us, educate us, and remind us of the value of preventionCancer; Cervical; Survivors
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.Social Media
HPV Roy 30 SecState or CityVideo featuring HPV cancer survivors and information on HPV vaccine as cancer preventionCancer1/4/2016
HPV 3 Min PromoState or CityVideo featuring HPV cancer survivors and information on HPV vaccine as cancer preventionCancer1/4/2016
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 communityMessaging / Media Campaign12/31/2015
HPV Vaccines are Safe for your ChildCenters for Disease Control; American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP); American Academy of Pediatrics; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesTargeted towards parents that speaks to a strong recommendation for HPV vaccination as its benefits, such as cancer prevention, far outweigh the risks and possible side effects.9/9/2015
HPV Vaccine is Safe (Gardasil)Centers for Disease Control; American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP); American Academy of Pediatrics; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesAn in-depth factsheet that summarizes what is known about the safety of Gardasil, one of the HPV vaccines. 9/9/2015
Three Things Parents Should Know about Preventing CancerCenters for Disease ControlOne of the CDC's infographics for HPV and cancer preventionMessaging / Media Campaign; Parental Concerns7/31/2015
Diseases and the Vaccines That Prevent Them: HPVCenters for Disease ControlDouble-sided flyer; Concise information on HPV and vaccine for parents about the safety and recommendation of the HPV vaccineHPV Vaccine7/1/2015
Minority Health and HPVCenters for Disease ControlInformation about HPV and HPV-related cancers in communities of color including incidence of cervical and mouth/throat cancer in minority populations.Disparities; Cancer5/11/2015
HPV Vaccine is Recommended for BoysCenters for Disease ControlExplanation of why boys need the vaccineHPV Vaccine11/25/2014
HPV Vaccine - Questions & AnswersCenters for Disease ControlQ&A about HPV, HPV Vaccine, HPV Vaccine Safety, School Requirement and Paying for the vaccineVaccine Safety; Parental Concerns8/6/2014
HPV (Spanish)Centers for Disease Control1 pager on HPV Vaccine & Age Recommendations; Survivor StoryHPV Vaccine8/1/2014
HPV Cancer Prevention InfographicCenters for Disease Control1. HPV vaccine is cancer prevention. 2. HPV vaccine is recommended at the same time as other teen vaccines. 3. HPV vaccine is best at 11-12 years. Messaging / Media Campaign7/23/2014
Closing the Door to Cancer Poster Centers for Disease ControlOne of CDC's and the "You Are the Key" campaign posters for HPV vaccination. In 11x17 dimensionsMessaging / Media Campaign; Parental Concerns2/1/2014
HPV: A Parent's Guide to Preteen and Teen VaccinationImmunization Action CoalitionFAQ regarding HPV and the HPV VaccineHPV Vaccine11/1/2013
HPV: A Parent's Guide to Preteen and Teen HPV Vaccination (Spanish)Immunization Action CoalitionFAQ regarding the HPV VaccineHPV Vaccine11/1/2013
HPV Gardasil Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)Centers for Disease Control2 pager on HPV vaccination on why one should get vaccinated, who should get vaccinated, risks/serious reactions to vaccine.HPV Vaccine5/17/2013
HPV Gardasil Vaccine Information Statement (Creole)Immunization Action Coalition2 pager on HPV vaccination on why one should get vaccinated, who should get vaccinated, risks/serious reactions to vaccine.HPV Vaccine5/7/2013
HPV Cervarix Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)Centers for Disease Control2 pager explaining why one should get vaccinated, who should get vaccinated, risks/serious reactions to vaccineHPV Vaccine5/3/2011
Recommended Immunizations for Children from 7 to 18 Years Old (Spanish)Centers for Disease ControlTimeline for recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 years oldAdolescent Vaccines (Includes HPV)
Diseases and the Vaccines that Prevent Them: HPV (Spanish)Centers for Disease ControlDouble-sided flyer' concise information on HPV and vaccine for parents about the safety and recommendation of the HPV vaccineHPV Vaccine
HPV PortalCenters for Disease ControlLinks to information for Parents, Providers and Partners. Includes key information and documents on HPV, Vaccine Info & Safety, HPV Screening, Symptoms and Health Consequences of HPV, TreatmentHPV Vaccine
If There Were a Vaccine for Cancer Poster with boy (11x17)Centers for Disease ControlOne of the CDC's "You Are the Key" campaign posters for the HPV vaccine. Provides a compelling visual to use in clinics.Messaging / Media Campaign
Parents: Did You Know HPV Causes Cancer?OtherPoster about HPV-related cancers geared toward parentsEducation
Parents: Did You Know HPV Causes Cancer? - SpanishOtherPoster about HPV-related cancers in Spanish.Education
HPV Vaccination can prevent an estimated 28,500 new cancers per year.Centers for Disease ControlMessaging / Media Campaign
HPV Vaccination can prevent an estimated 28,500 new cancers per year. - SpanishCenters for Disease ControlMessaging / Media Campaign
hpv_datewithcancer_3National Association of County and City Health Officials. NAACHO and Iowa created a video warning us: “Don’t flirt with cancer” Cancer