This webinar address HPV vaccine disparities in rural areas.
This archived webinar addresses the evidence supporting HPV vaccination starting at age 9.
This communications toolkit is designed to assist hospital systems and state and local health departments in implementing age 9 HPV vaccination messaging.
This blog post addresses the use of the Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) to identify and quantify social needs of vulnerable communities at the county level, in each state, during public health emergencies.
This report addresses screening, diagnosis, and treatment disparities for cervical cancer and identifies prevention opportunities that impact health care outcomes.
This webinar helps provides information and guidance on HPV communications.
This blog post from ASTHO provides strategies on vaccination policy communications for health officials.
To increase lower than average HPV vaccination rates in South Dakota, partners implemented systems changes, including client reminder and provider assessment and feedback processes over a two-year project period.
Data showed that uptake of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in the catchment area of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center was lower than the uptake of other vaccines given at ages 11 and 12. A research team conducted an environmental scan focused on understanding the barriers…
In order to increase the proportion of children in the state who were fully vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV), the Michigan Cancer Consortium developed an education campaign to promote vaccine uptake among the state’s Latino population.