HPV Vaccination Tools and Resources
Healthcare provides are key to increasing HPV vaccination rates throughout Oregon. Click here for tools and resources designed to help identify the best practices to implement within your health systems to increase vaccination rates. You can also find ideas for effective communication to parents and patients about the safety and effectiveness of the HPV vaccine.
HPV Vaccination Week 2020
Your organization can participate in HPV vaccination week in a variety of ways, including:
Walk-in vaccination clinics
Promotion of HPV vaccine day
Promotion and outreach for HPV vaccination
Participate in the HPV You are Key Training and get 1 hour of free CME/CE credit.
Host a showing of the documentary Someone You Love
Engage youth & host community events
…And many more!
If you plan to hold an HPV Vaccination Clinic and you are an Oregon Immunization Program (OIP) enrolled provider you will need to order HPV vaccines no later than early January. If you are not an OIP enrolled provider, please ensure that you privately purchase HPV vaccinations in order to prepare for HPV Vaccination Week.
The OIP provides free vaccines to participating medical providers for eligible patients birth through 18 years of age. If you are interested in enrolling in the OIP's Vaccines for Children Program, then please email the Oregon Immunization Program at email@example.com
Tools and Resources for Providers
HPV Vacs: Just the Facts for Providers (Color handout, 6 pages)
A fact sheet that highlights HPV vaccination facts with supporting information and talking points.
Steps for Increasing HPV Vaccination in Practice,
An Action Guide to Implement Evidence-based Strategies for Clinicians.
(Color handout, 8 pages)
HPV VACs Program
(Color flyer, 2 pages)
HPV Prevention: Nurses Get It Done!
A toolkit provided by the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable to help nurses empower their clinical team members to increase HPV vaccination rates.
(Color PDF, 19 pages)
We're In! 2020
Initiative for HPV Cancer Prevention
This is Nationwide movement organized by the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable 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.
#HowIRecommend Vaccination Video Series
These videos, provided by the CDC, explain the importance of vaccination, how to effectively address questions from parents about vaccine safety and effectiveness, and how clinicians routinely recommend same day vaccination to their patients.
More resources are available form Oregon Health Authority, follow the link: HPV Immunization Resources for Providers