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Additional information related to immunization requirements in Georgia and Georgia specific resources.
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Here you will find specific resources for health care providers related to HPV vaccine and the adolescent immunization schedule.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics have created numerous adolescent and Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine resources and communication items. On this page you will find links to provider and parent resources, fact sheets and resources that will be helpful when talking with parents.
To find HPV Clinician Fact Sheets, AAP News Articles, Medscape Articles and Handouts to give to parents. Click Here to view the Tools for Your Practice tab.
To find HPV Matte Articles related to preventing cervical cancer now, Preventing HPV cancer in communities of color, Hispanic women and HPV cancer prevention plus others. Click Here
Click here to download request forms to schedule a free in-office presentation.
Iyabode (Yabo) Akinsanya-Beysolow, MD, CDC/OID/NCIRD
EPIC Immunization Advisory Committee Member
Georgia Department of Public Health Immunization Section
EPIC Immunization Education has created a new curriculum dedicated to Improving HPV Rates in Your Practice.
"You are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention" December 2013
Understanding the Burden of HPV Disease and the Importance of the HPV Vaccine Recommendation. Download Here
*CME credits are not available for this archived presentation.
Please click here to see the letter signed by Evelyn Johnson, MD, FAAP, President of the Georgia Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics along with Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, DPH Commissioner.
Here you will find CDC websites on various related topics such as: Vaccine recommendations, HPV vaccine, cancer, cancer prevention, and adolescent vaccines.