What's New In 2018
New CME: HPV Vaccination at 11 and 12 as a Standard of Care
Although HPV vaccination rates are rising, there are still too many unvaccinated boys and girls left vulnerable to devastating HPV cancers later in life. Vaccination could prevent most of these cancers. Healthcare professionals are parents most trusted source of health information for their children, and CDC has tips to help them make effective HPV vaccine recommendations at 11 and 12 years old. In this CME, you’ll learn how clinicians can and have been successful making HPV vaccine recommendations. In addition, they discuss how they effectively answer parents’ questions and communicate HPV vaccination information to parents and patients.
HPV Vaccine:Same Way, Same Day
HPV Vaccine: Same Way, Same Day™ is a brief, interactive role-play simulation designed to enhance healthcare providers’ ability to introduce the HPV vaccine and address parents’ concerns. It is ideal immunization education for clinicians involved in residency training, quality improvement collaboratives, office in-service training, etc. The simulation was developed by the Academic Pediatric Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Kognito
The complimentary versions are available for mobile devices:
Academic Pediatrics Supplement
The March issue of Academic Pediatrics offers a CDC-sponsored supplement, “Raising Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Rate.” The supplement reviews 10 years of HPV vaccination experience and offers 7 commentaries and 11 articles, with topics ranging from parent and provider perspectives to information about the integration of HPV vaccine into health systems.
While there have been advances and successes in the HPV vaccination program in the U.S., the uptake of HPV vaccine remains lower than expected. The supplement articles explore the challenges faced with this vaccine and approaches being used to address them. Topics include:
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