The very first International HPV Awareness Day was officially recognized on March 4, 2018, marking a significant milestone in the worldwide effort against. To celebrate the upcoming seventh annual International HPV Awareness Day on March 4, 2024, the St. Jude HPV Cancer Prevention Program is excited to present a series of five virtual seminars featuring experts across the entire landscape of HPV cancer prevention efforts. Seminars will be held from 12 to 1:15 p.m. Central Time.
Aligning Efforts, Amplifying Impact: Boosting HPV Vaccination Rates in the Southeast
This virtual seminar will highlight the key strategic initiatives being emphasized in Southeastern states to collectively boost HPV vaccination rates through coordinated efforts.
Rural Reach: Accelerating HPV Vaccination Coverage
This virtual seminar will explore a comprehensive strategy of six priority action steps aimed at enhancing HPV vaccination in rural communities.
The A-B-Cs of HPV Vaccination in School-Based Settings Easy as 1-2-3
This virtual seminar will focus on improving knowledge of HPV vaccination best practices among health professionals and administrators working in school-based settings.
Promoting the Power of Elimination through HPV Vaccination
This virtual seminar will discuss existing and emerging local, national, and global strategies to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem.
Navigating HPV Vaccination Challenges in Childhood Cancer Survivors
This virtual seminar will provide information regarding enhancing HPV vaccination in childhood cancer survivors along with understanding challenges and opportunities for HPV vaccination and discuss the strategies to improve vaccination in this population.