The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted children and adolescents annual well visits and immunizations, especially for the HPV vaccine. Healthcare providers play an essential role in communicating the importance of routine immunization, assessing vaccination status at every visit and promptly scheduling appointments for catch-up vaccinations.
HPV Fall SEminar Series
Do you need help getting your state’s HPV vaccination rates back on track? This fall there will be a series of three FREE virtual seminars, designed to build your skills and enhance the capacity of state teams to improve HPV vaccination coverage. This is the perfect time to understand how providers can support parents who have questions and concern and recommit to addressing HPV coverage gaps. The “Keys to Improving HPV Vaccination Coverage” seminar series are scheduled for:
- September 20 – 12:00-1:15 pm ET Putting HPV Vaccination Data to Work
- October 18 – 12:00-1:15 pm ET Implementing Best Practices to Improve HPV Vaccination Coverage
- November 15 – 12:00-1:15 pm ET Monitoring Process and Impact of Efforts to Improve HPV Vaccination Coverage
For additional details and to register click here.
If you are working on improving HPV vaccine rates, why not take a look at CPP’s Second Dose Program where you can earn a grant for raising rates for vaccines that require more than one dose to complete the series, access resources to help implement a strategy in your office to raise those rates and share successful strategies with other CPP members.