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Resources for Best and Promising Practices
Here you can find customized resources to help you learn about the best and promising practices for HPV vaccination.
Epidemiologic Evidence of HPV Vaccine Effectiveness and Safety
High-quality studies have shown that HPV vaccination prevents precancers and genital warts and is safe. Clinical trials established the efficacy and safety evidence of HPV vaccination, leading to the recommendation for routine provision of HPV vaccine to adolescents ages 11-12, the recommendation of the 9-valent HPV vaccine, and a reduced dosing schedule for younger adolescents.
HPV Vaccination for Cancer Prevention: Progress, Opportunities, and a Renewed Call to Action
In this report, the President’s Cancer Panel Chair provides an overview of progress made over the past five years and presents priorities and strategies to accelerate HPV vaccine uptake and eliminate the unnecessary burden of preventable HPV cancers.
Getting Adolescent Vaccination Back on Track
The ongoing coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for healthcare providers, patients, and policy-makers. One outcome from the past few months is dramatic declines in vaccination. These declines put children in communities at greater risk for outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases.
Join the We’re In! 2020 for HPV Cancer Prevention Initiative
The We’re In! 2020 Initiative for HPV Cancer Prevention is a national movement to catalyze and support U.S. health systems in protecting adolescents from future cancers. By joining, your organization will be recognized as a cancer prevention leader among peer organizations. The National HPV Vaccination Roundtable would like all health systems to say “We’re In!” when it comes to prioritizing HPV vaccination in 2020.
Additional Resources for Best Practices
Eliminate HPV Cancers
The National HPV Vaccination Roundtable has put together a summary outlining the possibilities and challenges of eliminating HPV cancers as a public health problem. HPV experts from around the world see a clear path forward to eliminating cancers caused by HPV. The United States can and should be one of the first countries to achieve the elimination of cervical cancer, with other HPV-related cancers in males and females to follow.