The ACS National HPV Vaccination Roundtable aims to educate and catalyze key audiences (health systems, providers, parents, payors, state coalitions & roundtables, public health partners) to increase HPV vaccination rates. In order to accomplish this, we collaborate with member organizations, partners, and experts to promote the most up to date HPV vaccination information.
We host events, summits, forums, and webinars to offer timely and relevant discussion on emerging issues regarding the prevention of HPV-related cancers.
HPV Vaccination Roundtable of the Southeast
Beginning in September 2022, select representatives of southeastern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia) and Puerto Rico—where the rate of HPV vaccination coverage has historically been the lowest—united with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the American Cancer Society and the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable to discuss improving HPV vaccination in these regions to prevent HPV cancers.
By coming together, the southeastern roundtable will focus on:
– Current conditions surrounding HPV vaccination and HPV cancer prevention
– Replicating HPV vaccination success stories across the Southeast
– Overcoming challenges facing HPV vaccination
– Opportunities to improve HPV vaccination coverage in each state and the overall region
Together, we can change the story about HPV cancer prevention in the southeast.
Stay in the know about the latest activities and events of the HPV Vaccination Roundtable of the Southeast.
Here’s a Recap of our latest Events:
Catalyzing Your Communication to Increase HPV Vaccination Forum:
The ever-changing landscape of communication can be complex and challenging. In order to increase impact, organizations need relevant information on opportunities and strategies. This series of three FREE virtual webinars are designed to:
1. Provide attendees with forecasting trends
within various communication channels
2. Discuss best practices to tailoring
3. Empower partners to explore innovative
approaches to communication
4. Evaluate communication plans and
2022 Fall Seminar Series:
The Keys to Improving HPV Vaccination Coverage, was organized and hosted by the American Cancer Society, Indiana Immunization Coalition, National HPV Vaccination Roundtable, and St. Jude. The 3-part virtual series aimed to increase the capacity of state teams to improve HPV vaccination coverage.
You can listen to all the seminar recordings: Putting HPV Vaccination Data to Work, Implementing Best Practices to Improve HPV Vaccination Coverage, and Monitoring Process and Impact of Efforts to Improve HPV Vaccination Coverage.