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Tools and Materials for Your Office

Utilizing CDC’s HPV resources in your offices, on your webpages, and in your community can be a great way to inform parents about the importance of HPV vaccination. With a focus on cancer prevention, the following resources help parents understand that HPV vaccine can help protect their children from the types of cancers and pre-cancers that come from HPV infection. Here are some simple suggestions on how you can use the resources below.

Take Action By:

  1. Displaying free CDC resources including patient videos, posters, flyers, and PSAs in your waiting room and on your website.
  2. Using prepared scripts to record phone hold-line messages or appointment reminders.
  3. Signing up to receive CDC’s #PreteenVax newsletter and listening in on our monthly webinars by emailing preteenvaccines@cdc.gov.

 

HPV Vaccine Against Cancer — flyer/poster
HPV Vaccine Against Cancer — flyer/poster [2.07 MB, 1 page]
One of a series of posters promoting HPV vaccination. Available sizes to print in 8.5 x 11, 11×17, and 18×24.

 

If There Were a Vaccine for Cancer — flyer/poster
If There Were a Vaccine for Cancer — flyer/poster [3 MB, 1 page]
One of a series of posters promoting HPV vaccination. Available sizes to print in 8.5 x 11, 11×17, and 18×24.

 

Close the Door to Cancer — flyer/poster [1 page]
One of a series of posters promoting HPV vaccination. Available sizes to print in 8.5 x 11, and 11×17.

 

Broadcast quality HPV videos
This media library lets you preview low-resolution video and download broadcast-standard video for CDC’s adolescent immunization.

 

You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention — 5:35 Min Video
Watch a short video that emphasizes the importance of prevention from 3 different perspectives—an OB-GYN who treats cervical cancer daily, a pediatrician & mom who vaccinated her own daughters, and a cervical cancer survivor.

 

Radio PSAs
Tune in to CDC podcasts and PSAs to learn about the latest information and recommendations from CDC experts about preteen and teen vaccines.

 

Hold Messages
CDC has created messages that can be used for your practices hold lines. These messages, or messages like them, can be heard by parents who call the office and are placed on hold.

 

Answering The Questions Parents May Have
Find simple solutions to having the HPV vaccine conversation with parents and answers to common questions.
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