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Find presentations, webinars, documents and toolkits to prepare and educate providers, clinic staff and public health professionals to increase HPV vaccination uptake. Click on the column headers to sort or filter by organization, resource subject or publication date. 

  
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You are the Key to Cancer Prevention CE Training Self-Study GuideCenters for Disease ControlWeb on-demand video that provides up-to-date information on HPV infection/disease, HPV vaccine, and ways to successfully communicate with patients and their parents about HPV vaccination.Video4/21/2106
HPV Vaccination Resource BookNational AHEC OrganizationProvides basic overview of HPV and HPV-associated cancers with data on the number of cases, death rates and cost of care nationally. Also provides a basic overview of risk factors that increase the chance of an individual becoming infected with HPVToolkit6/22/2104
HPV Vaccine - Just the Facts 3.9.2016.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyJust the Facts provides evidence-backed responses to common misconceptions and truths about HPV vaccination that providers may encounter. Revised 7.28.16.Other11/16/2017
YouAreTheKey_60Min-Clinical-Audience_AUG2015.pptxCenters for Disease ControlUpdated 10/12/2017. This 60 minute powerpoint is designed to educate a clinician audience and covers why HPV vaccine is cancer prevention, the efficacy of the vaccine and evidence-based ways to make an effective reccomendation.Presentation10/12/2017
Steps for Increasing HPV Vaccination in Practice.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyThis guide provides detailed steps, evdience-based strategies, and tools for your clinic to increase HPV vaccination.Toolkit7/22/2016
HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention: CDC’s Clinician Engagement InitiativeCenters for Disease ControlThe recording of the webinar “HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention: CDC’s Clinician Engagement Initiative” presented by Dr. Rebecca Perkins and Dr. Sharon Humiston on Friday April 30, 2015. Be cautious using YouTube videos as questionable comments appear.Webinar (replay)6/19/2015
HPV Vaccine Videos for Health Care Providers - Just Another Shot: Reframing the HPV VaccineOtherShort vignettes presenting clinical encounters demonstrating ways to recommend HPV vaccine and answer questions from patients and parentsVideo12/17/2014
Adolescent Immunizations: Strongly Recommending the HPV VaccinationAmerican Academy of PediatricsFree online webinar (expires 10/8/17) that discusses strategies for strongly recommending the HPV vaccine, as well as information to help pediatricians address their patients’ concerns about the vaccine.CME10/8/2014
Recommending HPV Vaccine SuccessfullyMedScape; Centers for Disease ControlVideo featuring Dr. Anne Schuchat, Director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, addressing the need to reduce missed opportunities for HPV vaccination. Part of CDC expert commentary series.Video9/3/2013
Accelerating HPV Vaccine Uptake: Urgency for Action to Prevent Cancer: A Report to the President of the US from the President's Cancer PanelOtherA report from the President's Cancer Panel to the President of the US about HPV vaccination, with suggestions on how to increase HPV vaccination, reduce missed opportunities, and eliminate preventable cancers.Other8/1/2013
HPV Champion ToolkitAmerican Academy of PediatricsProvides resources to educate healthcare professionals, discuss HPV vaccine with parents, and ways to make necessary changes in pracitce to improve HPV vaccination rates.Toolkit
addressing-parents-top-questions for-hvp-tipsheet-hpv.pdfCenters for Disease ControlPart of CDC's "You are the Key Campaign," helpful sheet on how to address questions and concerns from parents about HPV vaccine.Brochure / Handout
YouAreTheKey_2017_medical_updated-30min.pptxCenters for Disease ControlThis 30 minute powerpoint is designed to educate a clinician audience and covers why HPV vaccine is cancer prevention, the efficacy of the vaccine and evidence-based ways to make an effective recommendationPresentation10/12/2017
USA_HPVReport_Mar2017.pdfCenters for Disease Control3/31/2017
Children's Mercy Hospital HPV Related Oropharyngeal Cancer Grand Rounds.pdfAcademic Pediatric AssociationNotable head and neck surgeon, Dr. Terry Tsue, presented grand rounds on HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer at Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO, on August 18, 2016. The video replay is available for CE credit.Video8/18/2016
CDC Facts About VISs.docxOverview about VISs, VIS laws, and avaiaable languages for HPV VIS.Brochure / Handout7/27/2016
HPV Vaccination is Cancer Prevention CME/CNEOtherIn this 2 part activity, Dr. Rebecca Perkins, an OB/GYN, and Christine Baze, a cervical cancer survivor, discuss the diseases and cancers caused by HPV, the safety and effectiveness of HPV vaccinations, and evidenced-based ways of recommending the vaccineVideo5/18/2016
You Are the Key to Cancer Prevention Centers for Disease ControlReleased 4/21/16, the web-on-demand video provides up-to-date information on HPV infection/disease, HPV vaccine, and ways to successfully communicate with patients and their parents about HPV vaccination.Video4/21/2016
Provider Resources for Vaccine Conversations with Parents WebsiteCenters for Disease ControlWebsite with materials from CDC, AAP, and AAFP for healthcare providers and their patients/parents.Website with multiple resource links12/3/2015
Ask the Experts: Diseases and VaccinesImmunization Action CoalitionQ&A that covers the following topics: disease issues, vaccine recommendations, scheduling/administering vaccines, contradictions/precautions, and vaccine safety. Other11/5/2015
An HPV Educational Session with Dr. James Conway, UW HealthNational AHEC OrganizationThis presentation focused on understanding the burden of HPV disease, the importance of the HPV vaccine recommendation, and communicating about the HPV vaccine.Webinar (replay)9/22/2015
Common Questions about 9-Valent HPV VaccineCenters for Disease ControlDr. Lauri Markowitz explains the HPV vaccination recommendations of the Advisory Committee of Immunization Practices and addresses some of the common questions about 9-valent HPV vaccineVideo6/22/2015
HPV Vaccine Resources for Healthcare ProfessionalsCenters for Disease ControlCDC's clinician landing page for the "You are the key" campaign. Provides links to information on HPV vaccination, resources for clinics including print materials and communication tips for discussing HPV vaccine.Website with multiple resource links5/14/2015
Human Papillomavirus (Pinkbook)Centers for Disease ControlComprehensive info on HPV, cancers associated with HPV, the HPV vaccine, disease burden in US4/1/2015
Accelerating HPV Vaccine Uptake: What is Working and WhyNational Cancer Institute (NCI)Presents key goals and high priority research interventions to increase HPV vaccine uptakeWebinar (replay)9/23/2014
HPV Vaccines: What Providers Need to KnowOtherDr. Ina Park covers background information about HPV, vaccines, and gives practical suggestions for assuring that patients are vaccinated as recommended. Sexual health perspective.Video7/18/2013
Five Key Steps to Improve HPV Vaccination RatesNational Foundation for Infectious DiseasesFlyer stating 5 steps to increase vaccination rates: learn, inform, communicate, recommend, vaccinateInfographic
Information for Health Care Professionals about Adolescent VaccinesCenters for Disease Control; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesRecommendations for all adolescent vaccinesBrochure / Handout
You Are the Key to HPV Cancer PreventionNational AHEC OrganizationProvides overview of HPV and cancer, prevalence of HPV, and how to address parent reluctance for HPV vaccinationCME
2.4-Message Map-COLOR.pdfCenters for Disease ControlPart of the "You are the Key" campaign, this simple infographic offers 3 messages providers can use when recommending the HPV vaccine for adolescents.Infographic
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