Below are resources to educate providers on the burden of HPV disease, HPV vaccine as a primary cancer prevention tool, effective communication with parents, state vaccination rates, and the most recent HPV vaccine recommendations.
Preteen VaxScene Webinars
CDC’s adolescent vaccination webinar series highlights important HPV vaccine information, gives tips on how to talk to parents, and gives tools and suggestions on raising rates.
Fact sheets for Clinicians
These fact sheets offer answers to the most common questions about HPV vaccination from providers. Some of the topics include information about the full adolescent platform, HPV specific information, and a tip sheet on Talking to Parents about HPV vaccine.
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Fact sheets for Parents
Providers can use these CDC factsheets to help answer the questions parents may have. Providers can use these CDC fact sheets on all of the adolescent vaccines to help answer the questions parents may have.
AAP HPV Champion Toolkit
This toolkit has some of the best resources available to help you educate other healthcare professionals, discuss HPV vaccination with parents, and make necessary changes in your practice to improve HPV vaccination rates.
Community of Immunizers
The AAP Community of Immunizers offers educational modules with practice-change tools that can help you improve HPV vaccination rates in your practice. All members of the practice staff are invite to join. The site requires a free registration.
HPV Vaccination Clearinghouse
As part of the ACS HPV Roundtable the resource clearinghouse is a place where resources can be found to support the implementation of strategies to increase HPV vaccination by providing both patient and provider education tools.
HPV Vaccine Video for Health Care Providers
The Minnesota Department of Health has created a 12-minute video for health care providers on HPV vaccine communication. The video begins with humorous vignettes and then presents four model clinical encounters in which providers demonstrate low-stress ways of recommending HPV vaccine and answering questions from patients and parents. Each of the model encounters can also be viewed individually.
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