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"Increasing Adolescent Immunization Coverage" is a 40-minute e-learning for pediatric and primary care provider teams.
This Partner Promotion Package includes pre-written social media messages, drop-in newsletter language, a ready-to-use PowerPoint slide, an infocard, and a flyer.
RNs/NPs, physicians, physician's assistants, and pharmacists can earn a free hour/credit by viewing the CME module here. Non-credit seeking audiences can view the video here. Help us promote this widely with your networks and reach providers in all states.
Rhode Island HPV School Mandate - A Case Study
In August 2015, Rhode Island implemented an HPV vaccine requirement for middle school children. This case study reviews the process by which the Rhode Island Department of Health implemented the mandate as well as the documented success of the regulation and the backlash it faced within the state.
We're In! A New Call-To-Action for HPV Vaccination Partners Presentation (PDF)
"We're In!" Download Agreement (surveymonkey)
"We're In!" Brand Guide (PDF)
We're In! Recruitment Flyer (4x11) (PDF)
We're In! Recruitment Flyer (8x11) (PDF)
Is your organization ready to publicly support HPV vaccination as a way to prevent HPV-associated cancers and pre-cancers? If yes, you are ready to JOIN US.
Click on the Download Agreement link to gain access to the "We're In!" symbol files then download and use the symbol to publicly support HPV vaccination.
Download the recruitment flyer to share with your partners and colleagues!
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Case Study - Michigan (PDF)
Case Study - Texas (PDF)
Learn how the Michigan State Health Department used rate awareness as a tool to increase their national ranking within the National Immunization Survey for vaccination coverage.
Learn how the Texas Immunization Program customized adolescent vaccine ordering profiles for Texas Vaccines for Children clinics as a way to increase HPV vaccination rates.
Protecting your patients against HPV-associated cancers: what providers need to know about oropharyngeal cancer (YouTube)
Check out the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable's new 11-minute video for healthcare providers with information on HPV-related oropharyngeal cancers, which are on the rise in the United States.
Watch: Harnessing the Power of Social Media to Increase HPV Vaccination (1hr)
Watch a 1-hour webinar on "Harnessing the Power of Social Media." Includes the presentations: "We're In! A New Call-To-Action for HPV Vaccination Partners" and "Social Media Resources for HPV Vaccination Partners."
Best and Promising Practices for Increasing HPV Vaccination Conference Agenda
Best and Promising Practices for Increasing HPV Vaccination Conference - recording
On August 29, 2016, The National HPV Vaccination Roundtable Best Practices Task Group hosted a 1-day conference titled, "National Conference on Best and Promising Practices for Increasing HPV Vaccination."
The meeting was recorded and is available for viewing. Password: Aug29Conf
Electronic Health Records/Immunization Information Systems Users
Report on Professionals Views on Using EHR and IIS to Increase HPV Vaccination.pdf
A white paper that explores the technological and behavioral barriers that prevent health care providers from effectively using electronic health records (EHR) and immunization informations systems (IIS) to support on-time, complete HPV vaccination.
Summary and full report available.
HPV Cancer Survivor Videos
Database of Organizations with HPV Cancer Survivor Speakers
Link to the YouTube library full of short (2-3 minute) videos of HPV cancer surivors and their providers. These videos are great teaching tools for providers and perfect for sharing via social media and on patient portals.
Would you like to invite a HPV-cancer survivor to address your conference, meeting or grand round? This database contains contact information for organizations across the country that work with survivors to tell their stories. Search by state or cancer-type.
HPV Vaccine Provider Toolkit for Health Plans
A two minute video to learn more about the work of the HPV Vaccination Roundtable.
Why vaccinate 11-12 year olds? (PPT)
Why vaccinate 11-12 year olds (YouTube)
Dr. Debbie Saslow explains why 11-12 years old is a critical window for HPV vaccination.