The following are resources available for participants in the Ohio AAP HPV Quality Improvement Program:
- 2016 Adolescent Immunization Schedule – the 2016 Immunization Schedule for children ages 7-18. (printable)
- Addressing Parents Top Questions About HPV Vaccines – a document from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with strategies in talking with parents about the HPV vaccine. (printable)
- American Academy of Pediatrics HPV Champion Toolkit – this page has a number of resources to help your practice improve HPV vaccination rates, including online learning opportunities, quality improvement resources, fact sheets and much more.
- AAP HPV Toolkit Flyer (printable)
- Fast Vax Facts website
- Immunize.org – HPV – a wealth of information and handouts available for your practice
- The AAP and HPV Vaccine Safety: Frequently Asked Questions (printable)
- AAP Immunization Social Media Toolkit: The AAP developed Guidance to help pediatricians develop social media accounts, and sample messages to share.
- Health care provider recommendation, human papillomavirus vaccination, and race/ethnicity in the US National Immunization Survey.
- Primary Care Physicians’ Perspectives About HPV Vaccine
- Impact of a population-based HPV vaccination program on cervical abnormalities: a data linkage study
- Sexual Activity–Related Outcomes After Human Papillomavirus Vaccination of 11- to 12-Year-Olds
- Risk of first cervical HPV infection and pre-cancerous lesions after onset of sexual activity: analysis of women in the control arm of the randomized, controlled PATRICIA trial
- ‘Epic fail’: Pediatrician hesitation hinders HPV vaccination
- Ohio AAP Adolescent Immunizations MOC Part II Self-Assessment
- Operation Immunization 2016: Enhancing HPV Immunization