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2019 Best and Promising Practices to Increase HPV Vaccination Rates Conference

August 21 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

2019 Best and Promising Practices to Increase HPV Vaccination Rates Conference FlyerThe National HPV Vaccination Roundtable will be livestreaming the 2019 Best and Promising Practices to Increase HPV Vaccination Rates Conference on Wednesday, Aug. 21st. This conference is part of the 2019 HPV Vaccination Roundtable National Meeting taking place in Atlanta, GA, August 20 – 22.

Join the conference starting at 9 AM ET on Wednesday, Aug. 21st.

Livestream: https://vimeo.com/event/11344

Password: HPV-BP2019

Website: https://hpvroundtable.org/event/2019-national-meeting/

Twitter: @HPVRoundtable

hashtag: #HPVRT19

This one-day conference will showcase best and promising practices to improve clinical communication and implement HPV vaccination interventions within clinical systems. National thought leaders will gather for thoughtful conversation on when school entry requirements are a best practice for HPV vaccine and the challenges and opportunities inherent in efforts to eliminate HPV-disease as a public health problem.

The HPV Vaccination Roundtable is proud to present five new evidence summaries on the following:

  • Improving Clinical Communication
  • Improving Clinical Systems
  • HPV Vaccine Safety and Efficacy
  • School Entry Requirements for HPV Vaccine
  • Elimination of HPV Cancers as a Public Health Problem

The Best Practices conference will be livestreamed and recorded. You can also follow on Twitter for live updates. Meeting materials, including the evidence summaries, will be posted to https://hpvroundtable.org/task-group/best-practices/ after the conference.

2019 Best and Promising Practices to Increase HPV Vaccination Rates Conference Flyer 

Questions about the conference may be directed to Jennifer.Sienko@cancer.org.

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August 21
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9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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HPV Vaccination Roundtable