Outreach to Clinicians
Clinicians often want to improve their HPV vaccination rates, but may need some help knowing where to start. Professional organizations have credibility with their members, so partnering with them can be an effective way to educate and provide resources to clinicians. Below is information on the different ways you can work with partners.
Find information on NIS-Teen data for the past several years. These data are used to monitor vaccination coverage among teens at the national, state, and selected local levels.
Quality improvement projects can be used to integrate HPV vaccine best practices into a variety of office settings. Implementing a few interventions at once will help ensure a higher increase in HPV vaccination rates.
Speakers sharing real-life experiences with HPV, and the consequences of HPV infections, can be highly motivating for pediatricians and their office staff.
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.