PreteenVaxScene Webinar Series
#PreteenVaxScene Webinar Series: This recorded webinar series features important updates and resources on a variety of topics related to increasing uptake of the vaccines routinely recommended for preteens and teens.
Recorded on June 27, 2018
Summer is known as the unofficial “vaccination season,” the period of the year when school-aged children are receiving the vaccines they need before starting school in the fall. This webinar features summer and back-to-school HPV vaccination campaigns and resources from the CDC, American Cancer Society, and for National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), to help health care professionals take advantage of the back-to-school timeframe to boost their HPV vaccination rates.
Recorded on February 21, 2018
Oropharyngeal cancer has outpaced cervical cancer as the most common HPV-related cancer, and has risen more than 225% in the last decade. The Massachusetts Oral HPV Prevention Taskforce was created to build connections between medical and dental professionals to increase HPV vaccination rates, decrease HPV-related cancer, and educate both providers and patients on oropharyngeal cancers. In this webinar, members of the taskforce educate the dental community with relevant, medically sound cancer prevention information to empower dental professionals to educate patients to make well-informed oral health and cancer preventive decisions.
Recorded on October 19, 2017
Dr. Sharon Humiston of the Academic Pediatric Association leads an engaging conversation with Dr. Noel Brewer, PhD; Dr. Melissa Gilkey, PhD; and, Jennifer Heisler-MacKinnon, MPH, creators of the recently launched website, HPV IQ. HPV IQ provides a valuable array of evidence-based tools and resources for immunization managers and other quality improvement professionals, to work toward the ultimate goal of increasing HPV vaccination rates in primary care.
Recorded on August 25, 2017
Dr. Sharon Humiston of the Academic Pediatric Association hosts a talk show-style webinar with special guests, pediatrician Dr. Nathan Boonstra, and family physician Dr. Margot Savoy. The doctors share their best practices for effective vaccine recommendations and how to educate parents about HPV vaccine. They also give tips for what to do when parents decline or delay and highlight some useful resources.
Recorded on July 13, 2017
Representatives from partner organizations highlight their newest HPV vaccine resources and where they can be found. Partner organizations include American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Academic Pediatric Association (APA), American Cancer Society for the HPV Vaccination Roundtable, American Cancer Society VACs Project, National AHEC Organization (NAO) and National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO).
Recorded on January 12, 2017
Jill B Roark, MPH, lead for CDC’s Adolescent Immunization Communications, reviews the resources and features of the HPV Vaccination Partner Toolkit. While reviewing the variety of information for partners to share with parents, clinicians, and other organizations, Jill also explains navigation and structure of the site. Find the newly launched toolkit here: www.cdc.gov/hpv/partners/index.html
Recorded on November 18, 2016
CDC’s Leadership provides guidance on the new 2-dose schedule recommendation made by the ACIP and CDC. Leadership updates include CDC’s Director of NCIRD, Dr. Nancy Messonnier, Dr. Lauri Markowitz of the Division of Viral Diseases and Dr. Melinda Wharton, Director of Immunization Services Division.
Recorded on October 11, 2016
Mary Beth Koslap-Petraco DNP, PNP-BC, CPNP, FAANP shares her evidence-based approach in conducting AFIX visits. Dr. Koslap-Petraco is the Coordinator of Child Health at the Suffolk County Department of Health Services in Suffolk County, NY. During this webinar, she discusses how she inspires clinicians daily to change how they practice and increase their HPV vaccination rates. This webinar is geared towards AFIX coordinators, AFIX program field staff, trainers of field staff, and immunization.
Recorded on September 8, 2016
Hanan Awwad, CDC’s AFIX Lead, shares resources and tools available that can be used to make AFIX programs more responsive to the unique challenges posed by HPV vaccination. She also discusses updates and showcases AFIX materials intended to assist awardees in developing their AFIX program. This webinar is geared towards AFIX coordinators, AFIX program field staff, trainers of field staff, and immunization.
Recorded on May 19, 2016
Dr. Melissa Gilkey of Harvard Medical School discusses the tools and strategies that were used by the participating AFIX programs for improving HPV vaccination rates in the field. Chrystal Averette of the Washington Department of Health shares how, as part of this project, the DOH is implementing specific AFIX strategies in order to increase HPV vaccination rates.
Recorded on September 18, 2015
Dr. Brian Mittman, from the Department of Veteran Affairs provides an introduction about Implementation Science theory and principles. Dr. Alix Casler MD, summarizes her practice’s multi-level approach to an HPV vaccine-focused QI project. Ms. Kia Redwine, Clinical Management Consultant, describes interventions and lessons learned from a collaborative QI project.
Recorded on June 26, 2015
CDC’s Dr. Cindy Weinbaum provides a summary of the adolescent-related highlights from the June ACIP meeting. Ian Branam discusses plans and activities for National Immunization Awareness Month. And Jill Roark shares ideas to help parents & clinicians take advantage of beating the Back to School Rush.
Recorded on April 30, 2015
CDC’s Jill Roark introduces the key pillars of the HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention clinician engagement effort. Dr. Rebecca Perkins presents her perspective of HPV vaccine as an Ob/gyn. And Dr. Sharon Humiston offers tips for successful recommendations, focusing on how clinicians can increase acceptance and uptake.
Recorded on April 3, 2015
Dr. Lauri Markowitz provides an update on HPV vaccine recommendations and a review of the HPV vaccine session that took place at the February 2015 ACIP meeting. CDC’s Dr. Tom Shimabukuro also provides an update on 9-valent HPV vaccine safety.
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