Quality Improvement & Evidence Based Interventions
Quality improvement actions in your practice can lead to increases in HPV vaccination coverage.
An important component of an immunization provider practice is ensuring that vaccines reach all individuals who need them. Reminder/Recall systems are tools that help providers work toward this goal. While attention to appropriate vaccine administration is essential, it cannot be assumed that these vaccinations are being given to every eligible person at the recommended age.
This page provides resources for clinicians who are seeking immunization quality improvement and/or maintenance of certification projects.
Implement these practical and proven strategies and increase your HPV vaccination rates.
Review free continuing education (including CME, CNE, CPH, and other) courses, for CE credit, which provide guidance on how to have an effective conversation with parents about HPV vaccination.
Community Preventive Services Task Force Recommendations and Findings on Increasing Appropriate Vaccination lists interventions reviewed by the Community Guide, with a summary of the Task Force finding.
National Cancer Institute’s Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences maintains a list of tools to understand, plan for, and inplement evidence-based practices, programs, and interventions into routine health care and public health settings.