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HPV Landscape Dashboard Guidance - public.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyGuidance for interpreting data on the HPV Landscape Dashboard that is available to the public.11/21/2017
Teen Vaccination Coverage (NIS-Teen 2016 Summary)Centers for Disease ControlSummary of main points from the 2016 National Immunization Survey-Teen data, coverage maps and tables, vaccination recommendations. Includes data on all adolescent vaccinations.8/25/2017
Meeting Coverage: Male HPV Vaccination Rates Remain LowIn this study, data on 1,520 men who had complete information on HPV infection, vaccination, and circumcision status in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which included penile swabs that tested for 37 straings of HPV infection.5/16/2017
HPV Vaccines: Updates and Clinical PerspectiveMedScapeThe goal of this activity is to provide perspective on the science behind recent changes to the HPV vaccine dosing schedule.  Upon completion of this activity, participants will have greater competency related to applying ACIP recommendations for HPV vacc2/28/2017
Human Papillomavirus-Associated CancersAmerican Academy of PediatricsInvestigators from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reviewed data from a national registry to estimate the annual national rates of cancers attributable to human papillomavirus (HPV). 10/1/2016
UnitedStates_HPVReport_Sept2016.pdfCenters for Disease ControlThe Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)* recently released the 2015 National Immunization Survey-Teen (NIS-Teen) data, which provides national, state, regional, and selected local area estimates of vaccination coverage.9/1/2016
HPV Vaccine Coverage Maps - InfographicsCenters for Disease ControlInfographic map of the most recent HPV vaccine coverage nationally as reported in the August 26, 2016 MMWR report.8/25/2016
UnitedStates_HPVReport_May2016.pdfCenters for Disease Control7th quarterly report on HPV vaccination in the United States from the CDC. Report includes HPV vaccine distribution statistics, and information on the AFIX quality improvement program.5/26/2016
UnitedStates_HPVReport_January2016.pdfCenters for Disease ControlPublished in January 2016 for CCAM, the report shares information on making changes to prevent HPV-associated cancers. First page includes data trends and tables while the second page provides effective ways to increase HPV vax coverage rates. 1/1/2016
Maps/Figures 2014 Estimated Vaccine Coverage by StateCenters for Disease ControlCDC data on state level adolescent vaccination coverage levels, with maps. Data from 2014 NIS-Teem8/26/2015
National Partner Map.pdfAmerican Cancer SocietyInteractive map of CDC national partners' state-level work. Includes information from AAP, ACS, APA, NACCHO, NAO (AHEC), and NCI.8/1/2015
Infographic of National HPV Vaccination Coverage.pdfCenters for Disease ControlOne page infographic that brovides US nationwide coverage of boys and girls that have and have not recieved HPV vaccination7/31/2015
National, Regional, State, and Selected Local Area Vaccination Coverage among Adolescents aged 13-17 Years-US, 2014Centers for Disease ControlOne of the Morbidity and Morality Weekly Reports that covers information about the NIS-Teen Survey7/31/2015
Vaccine Facts and Policy Website (VFAP)The GW Cancer Institute (George Washington University)The VFAP project catalogs selected immunization measures that influence the immunization environment in states and some citites and territories. The website includes information regarding 5 major topic areas related to immunization law and policy.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Series Centers for Disease ControlLanding page for the series often called "the voice of CDC" - a vehicle for scientific publications targeting physicians, nurses, public health practitioners, epidemiologists, researchers, and educators.