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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released August 2018. This handout is a great outreach and promotional tool to introduce providers, practices and systems to the full suite of action guides and resources available to support their HPV vaccination quality improvement efforts.

Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable, National Association of School Nurses In this guide parents will find checklists to use with your health provider for a tween tune-up and a health information road map.

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Providers have the power to make a lasting impact on human papillomavirus vaccination and help reduce the HPV cancer burden in your community. Your recommendation is the number one reason parents decide to vaccinate.

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Your office team has the power to help your patients avoid pain and suffering caused by HPV cancers and pre-cancers. HPV cancer prevention starts with your team.

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Oral health professionals play a critical role in combating growing rates of HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancers, which affect the tonsils and the base of the tongue. HPV cancer prevention starts with you. Oral health professionals should strongly and clearly recommend HPV vaccination to all age-eligible patients.

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Nurses and Medical Assistants have the power to reduce the incidence of HPV cancers and pre-cancers among patients in your care. HPV cancer prevention starts with you. Vaccinating patients with the HPV vaccine can prevent future suffering and may save patients’ lives.

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Small practices have the power to make a lasting impact on human papillomavirus vaccination and help reduce the HPV cancer burden in your community. Whether you’re a pediatric or small family medicine practice, we share tips on means to improve the quality of care, reduce future

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Organization: National HPV Vaccination Roundtable. Released in February 2018. Large health systems have the power to make a lasting impact on HPV vaccination and help reduce the HPV cancer burden. By instituting system changes to improve HPV vaccination, your health system can reduce future suffering, lower costs associated with treatment, and ultimately help save patients’