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Adolescent Immunization Innovation Grant

IKC is providing recognition awards for local quality improvement activities that support evidence-based practices and measurable increases in HPV, meningococcal and Tdap vaccination rates among Kansas adolescents.

Four $5,000 grants will be awarded following the successful demonstration of an immunization rate increase in a clinical practice setting.

Providers interested in the recognition awards must register their intent by November 30, 2017.
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Recent Data Shows Improvement in HPV Vaccine Rates

The recent immunization survey data from the CDC shows improvements in Kansas HPV vaccination rates: the one-dose HPV vaccination percentage for females aged 13 to 17 increased from 50.9% in 2015 to 62.4% in 2016. IKC will continue promoting adolescent vaccines and working toward the goal of increasing HPV series completion among Kansas boys and girls.

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How Vaccines Work from Immunize For Good on Vimeo.