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HPV Vaccination is Cancer Prevention CME/CNEOther5/18/2016YesModule 1: CME: 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1; CNE: 0.50 contact hours eligible for pharmacology credit. Module 2: CME: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1; CNE: 0.25 contact hours eligible for pharmacology credit5/18/2018YesABP, ABOG and ABFM MOC Part 2 credit5/18/2018In 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 vaccine
Someone You Love HPV Documentary--Indiana University Division of Continuing Medical EducationOther7/1/2015YesMaximum of 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 credits, 1.5 CE credit hours for pharmacists, 1.91 contact hours for nurses.7/1/2017NoDocumentary "Someone You Love" now available to physicians, pharmacists and nurses free of charge for Continuing Education credit.
HPV Vaccination: Insights from States with Highest and Lowest HPV Vaccination Rates11/4/2014YesMaximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsNoWebinar jointly presented by CSTE & NFID; Barriers to Coverage Rates, Suggestions for Improved Coverage Rates
Adolescent Immunizations: Office StrategiesAmerican Academy of Pediatrics8/13/2014YesAMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™  1.008/12/2017NoThis course provides strategies that pediatric offices can use to optimize their adolescent immunization efforts and improve their adolescent immunization rates.
Children's Mercy Hospital HPV Related Oropharyngeal Cancer Grand Rounds.pdfAcademic Pediatric Association8/18/2016YesNoNotable 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.
Human Papillomavirus-Associated CancersAmerican Academy of Pediatrics10/1/2016YesNoInvestigators 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).
HPV Vaccines: Updates and Clinical PerspectiveMedScape2/28/2017Yes0.252/28/2018NoThe 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 vacc
ACS Endorses HPV Vaccine Guidelines for Boys and GirlsAmerican Cancer Society8/18/2016Yes0.258/18/2017NoThe goal of this activity is to provide medical news to primary care clinicians and other healthcare professionals in order to enhance patient care.
CDC Updates Guideline Recommendations for HPV VaccinationsCenters for Disease Control1/26/2017Yes0.251/26/2018NoUpon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Interpret HPV vaccination recommendations, based on updated guidance from the ACIP
Overcoming Gender and Socioeconomic Disparities in HPV VaccinationMedScape3/29/2017Yes0.253/29/2018NoThe 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 competence related to identifying opportunities to decrease dispa
The Story of HPV: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowMedScape3/24/2017Yes1.253/24/2018NoUpon completion of this activity, participants will:  Have increased knowledge regarding the: Long-term data evaluating the impact of vaccination on HPV-related disease; Timely and appropriate HPV vaccination; HPV vaccination advocacy
Meeting Coverage: Male HPV Vaccination Rates Remain Low5/16/2017YesNoIn 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.
HPV Vaccination is Cancer PreventionOtherYes1.007/15/2018NoRecording of a webinar discussing the diseases caused by HPV, the safety and effectiveness of HPV vaccinations, rationale for the two dose schedule, effectiveness of early vaccination, evidence-based recommendations for improving HPV vaccination rates.
Improving Immunization Delivery in Primary Care-Utah ProjectOtherNoYesABP Part 4 MOC or ABFM MC-FP Part IVA 6, 9, or 12-month Improvement Project focused on improving immunization delivery for children is available for practices in Utah ONLY. Support in implementing improvement strategies will be provided through site visits and facilitating peer connections.
HPV: Don't Wait. Vaccinate!OtherNoYesABP Part 4MOC project for pediatricians nationwide. Physicians will increase their 1st dose HPV vaccine rate for eligible patients aged 11-21 by 25% during the 6  month project period.
Accelerating HPV Vaccine Uptake: What is Working and WhyNational Cancer Institute (NCI)9/23/2014NoN/ANoPresents key goals and high priority research interventions to increase HPV vaccine uptake
Five Key Steps To Improve HPV Vaccination Rates in Your PracticeNational Foundation for Infectious Diseases12/9/2014NoNo1st link in resource center. Describes types of cancer prevented by HPV vaccine, Communication Strategies, Steps for Improving Coverage Rates
HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention: CDC’s Clinician Engagement InitiativeCenters for Disease Control6/19/2015NoNoThe 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.
Provider Interventions to Increase HPV Vaccinations in the US: A Successful Quality Improvement ExampleCervical Cancer Free Coalition (CCFC)NoNoThis webinar from Cervical Cancer-free NC covers the following learning objectives: (1) leave participants anxious to evaluate their HPV vaccination rates, (2) feel motivated to implement change, (3) become knowledgeable in effective processes.Alix Casler
Understanding HPV Vaccination Successes in North CarolinaCervical Cancer Free Coalition (CCFC)NoNoDr. Noel Brewer, Jenny Myers, Beth Meadows, Dr. Melissa Gilkey, Dr. Joan Cates, and Elizabeth Hudgins. Second in the Cervical-Free Coalition webinar series and covers data from the MMWR as well as the increase in rates of HPV vaccination in NC
An HPV Educational Session with Dr. James Conway, UW HealthNational AHEC Organization9/22/2015NoNoThis presentation focused on understanding the burden of HPV disease, the importance of the HPV vaccine recommendation, and communicating about the HPV vaccine.
National Partnership on Adolescent Immunization Quality Improvement (QI) ModulesAcademic Pediatric Association5/2/2016NoNoThe QI modules are a set of 15-minute videos that explain key introductory concepts in QI. The examples used throughout the series relate to adolescent immunization, with a special focus on HPV vaccination.
Improving HPV Vaccination Rate in Michigan: A Call to ActionOtherNoWebinar focused on increasing HPV immunization rates in state of Michigan
HPV Vaccination Quality Improvement Projects and Implementation Science Working Together, for the Win!Centers for Disease ControlNoDr. Brian Mittman provides an introduction about Implementation Science theory and principles. Dr. Alix Casler MD, summarizes her practice’s multi-level approach to an HPV vaccine-focused QI project. Ms. Kia Redwine, Clinical Management Consultant, descri
HPV Vaccine Recommendation Update WebinarCenters for Disease Control4/3/2015Overivew of HPV Vaccines and HPV-associated cancers, 9-valent HPV vaccine trials