HPV Vaccine Resources for Health Professionals: You are the Key to Cancer Prevention
Tips and Time-savers for Talking with Parents About HPV Vaccine
Frequently Asked Questions about HPV Vaccine Safety
Recommended Immunization Schedule (Birth to 18 years)
Vital Signs: Cervical Cancer is Preventable
One AHEC entity per state and the District of Columbia will be selected to carry out state and local HPV project training activities. Four larger states – Texas, Florida, California and New York - will have two AHEC awards each. Each state AHEC entity will work closely with HPV Regional Coordinators to develop and maintain contact with immunization organizations, as well as provide continuing education on HPV immunization to primary care providers and distribute promotional messages.
HPV Project Kick-off (recorded 11/11/14)
HPV The Basics (recorded 12/16/14)
HPV Regional Coordinator Job Announcement (recorded 2/5/15)
HPV State Award Opportunity (recorded 3/2/15)
HPV Project Evaluation Training (recorded 8/11/15)
The National AHEC Organization created a National Training Center (NTC) that received a 5-year cooperative agreement grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) beginning September 30, 2014, to develop and provide Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)-related training sessions to clinicians nationally. In addition to national and regional level efforts, existing state and local Area Health Education Center (AHEC) organizations will conduct the HPV outreach and education activities in order to increase awareness of the prevalence of HPV infections, associated cancers, and the CDC recommendations to administer the HPV vaccinations to 11 and 12 year old males and females as well as “catch-up” vaccinations for adolescents and young adults.
The primary purpose of the FY 2015 evaluation is to document the activities related to National AHEC Organization HPV Immunization Project during FY 2015 and disseminate the results and accomplishments. The evaluation results will be used to provide continuous project quality improvement by assessing the progress toward, and effectiveness of, the strategies and activities conducted during the first grant year by NAO, the regional coordinators and state AHEC entities.
The NAO project proposes to increase HPV vaccination rates by delivering primary care clinician training programs and by disseminating education materials on a national scale utilizing the national Area Health Education Center Network. The strategies for the NAO project in FY 2015 are:
HPV Training Objectives
For more information or a copy of the full evaluation plan, e-mail email@example.com.NAO HPV Evaluation Reporting Guidelines