Texas HPV Coalition
In 2017, the Texas HPV Coalition was created by professionals and healthcare organizations concerned that Texas was falling behind in HPV vaccination rates, ranking among the worst in the nation. This assembly of doctors, nurses, researchers, nonprofit professionals and parents knew we could do better for our children.
The coalition was formed to work together to prevent HPV-related cancers and precancers by increasing HPV vaccination rates statewide. Today, the coalition represents a statewide gathering of:
- Academic Researchers
- Professional Organizations
- State Agencies
- Non-profit Agencies
- Dedicated individuals
Our members include partners from diverse sectors across Texas including immunization, public health, academia, professional societies, cancer prevention and control organizations, industry, state and local agencies, and health systems.
Moving forward for Texas
The coalition is a catalyst to stimulate work on key issues around HPV vaccination. Through the efforts of the workgroups, the coalition will advance initiatives that focus on provider education, systems improvement, data & technology, and public awareness.
Meet the organizations working to prevent HPV-related cancers.
The coalition is dedicated to increasing HPV vaccination rates in Texas through coordinated leadership, strategic planning, education, research and collaboration. See the work happening right here in Texas.
Meet the dedicated professionals leading Texas to a future without HPV-related cancers.
Explore projects and research around Texas on the HPV vaccine
We’ve collected the latest work on the HPV vaccine in Texas. Search this catalog to find projects and research from across the state. If you are interested in submitting your own work, please fill out this form.