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HPV Vaccine Toolkit

HPV Vaccine Videos with IKC Chair

Video recommending HPV Vaccine part 1
Video recommending HPV Vaccine part 2
Video recommending HPV Vaccine part 3

General Audience | 2:00
A Strong Recommendation for the HPV Vaccine

General Audience | 0:30
A Strong Recommendation for the HPV Vaccine - PSA

Provider Audience | 2:41
HPV Vaccine: A strong provider recommendation matters

IKC Call to Change Documents

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Dr. Eplee Intro Letter
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CDC HPV
Webinar Series
It prevents cancer.
What's the Problem?
Shutting the Door on
HPV Cancers Module

Videos: HPV Vaccine Conversations

CDC Links/Websites

Strategies to Improve Vaccination Rates

Clinician Resources and Talking Points

Marketing Toolkit

Announcement/Presumptive Language

Announcement or Presumptive Language is stating that a child is due for vaccines and assuming that the parent is ready to vaccinate. This essentially ends the conversation at the announcement point unless the parent has any further questions. The goal of this is to increase vaccination rates for adolescent vaccines.

Other Helpful Links/Websites

Print & Share Materials

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More infographics can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/partners/teens/posters.html

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