How Can You Help?
The HPV Roundtable encourages public health organizations, health care systems, providers, payers, and parents to join in our mission to reduce HPV cancers.
Get involved by:
- Vaccinating your kids starting at age 9, or advocate for the HPV vaccination with friends and family
- Reframing HPV vaccination as cancer prevention in your communications
- Connecting with your local state HPV coalition
- Committing to improving HPV rates in your practice or health system
- Utilizing the HPV Roundtable’s “We’re In!” seal to show your organization’s commitment to the cause
- Using tools from our Resource Library specific to your audience needs
- Inviting a HPV cancer survivor or subject matter expert to speak at your event
- Learning about and supporting our member organizations
- Joining our HPV Cancer Free Facebook community, and becoming a vocal pro-vaccine advocate
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HPV Roundtable Membership
Members are chiefly national organizations that have demonstrated public leadership and commitment to increasing HPV vaccination and decreasing HPV cancers.Organizations are invited to designate one official representative to serve on the HPV Roundtable. Some limited but key member organizations may be regional or state-based. Organizations also may identify “affiliated members,” who may serve on task group projects or standing committees.
How to Become a Member
The National HPV Vaccination Roundtable is a coalition of mostly national organizations, with a limited number of state organizations and invited individuals, who reflect a broad involvement in HPV vaccination or, more broadly, HPV-associated cancer prevention and early detection.
General criteria for membership: Organizations or individuals must meet one or more of the criteria listed below to qualify for membership:
- Have a demonstrated strong interest in increasing HPV vaccine coverage or in reducing HPV-associated cancer incidence, morbidity and mortality;
- Have outstanding expertise and reputation in HPV vaccination or HPV-associated cancer research;
- Have special expertise in HPV vaccination or HPV-associated cancer prevention, early detection, or treatment;
- Can deliver HPV education;
- Can deliver HPV vaccination services;
- Have expertise relevant to expanding HPV vaccination.
Connect to State for Engagement Opportunities
The HPV Roundtable is supportive of state initiatives that engage key partners, including the immunization and comprehensive cancer communities. To find out more about what is happening in your state, review the HPV Vaccination Initiatives Map, a project of the American Cancer Society.