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ACS HPVRT International Awareness Day Webinar - March 6th, 2024





HPV Cancer Prevention and Innovation: An International HPV Awareness Day Webinar


On Wednesday, March 6, ACS HPVRT will be observing International HPV Awareness Day with our expert panel. Join us as the impact of HPV vaccination is highlighted and innovative approaches to cancer prevention are discussed.

Introducing the 2024 HPV Quarterly Webinar Program!


Join us for our inaugural session:

“The Announcement Approach Training,” featuring renowned experts Dr. Noel Brewer and Dr. Jessica Young.


Date: March 7th, 2024

Time: 2:00 PM ET


In this exclusive webinar, participants will learn making effective HPV vaccine recommendations and counseling hesitant parents.  Led by Dr. Brewer and Dr. Young both leaders in the field of HPV vaccination, this session promises invaluable insights and strategies for healthcare systems and professionals. Continuing medical education credits for providers, nursing and pharmacy professionals are available for each session.


Register now to secure your spot!


Join the inaugural Rural HPV Vaccination Learning Community starting mid-March.


Research shows that rural communities lag 10% behind the national average for HPV vaccination. And HPV vaccination underperforms compared to other ACIP recommended vaccines, including Tdap and MenACWY. Therefore, we are seeking rural healthcare partners to join a learning community focused on improving HPV vaccination among 9–12-year-olds.


Through a series of virtual sessions and peer-based learning, the rural disparities HPV vaccination learning community will use quality improvement (QI) and evidence-based interventions to increase vaccine rates. This no-cost, practical how-to model will serve as a forum for health partners to gain knowledge, exchange promising practices, and talk through challenges to increasing HPV vaccinations in rural settings.


The American Cancer Society’s Global HPV Cancer Free program, along with partners in India and Kenya, is excited to share new tools and resources. These resources support organizations in higher-burden, lower-resourced communities to engage health care professionals to increase HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination coverage among adolescent girls and stop cervical cancer before it even starts.


We invite you to explore PreventGlobalHPVcancers.org and share it with your global health networks. We have created images and messages for you to easily share in the Partner Launch Toolkit.

Read the New Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics Collection – HPV Vaccination Starting at Age 9

Read NEW evidence recently published on the impact of initiating HPV vaccination at ages 9-10, including population studies, quality improvement projects, brief reports and commentaries from experts in the field.

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