Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates in Clinical Practice
The goal of this online learning module is to provide an easily accessible, quality improvement resource for pediatricians, family clinicians, practice staff, and other quality improvement healthcare professionals to increase HPV vaccination rates in their clinical practice. HPV and HPV vaccination educational resources, tools and quality improvement methodology will be shared and explained to provide a step-by-step online teaching module to help increase HPV vaccinations rates – thus preventing six different types of HPV-associated cancers. Provider and clinical staff education is an evidence-based intervention, and education on HPV, HPV vaccinations and the change in messaging that HPV vaccination is cancer prevention will positively impact provider and clinical staff recommendations for HPV vaccinations.
At the conclusion of this module, participants will
- Understand the important role of HPV vaccination in preventing HPV infections and HPV-associated cancers
- Understand the rationale for starting to educate and vaccinate adolescents at ages 9-10 years-old with the goal to complete the series by age 13
- Make a strong, effective recommendation at the same time and same day as other adolescent vaccines
- Effectively communicate with patients and parents to provide compelling information and answer questions about HPV vaccinations
- Learn to use quality improvement methodology with evidence-based interventions to improve HPV vaccination rates
- Describe how to use data to promote continuous quality improvement and measure progress
This learning module is intended for pediatricians, family clinicians, practice staff, and other quality improvement healthcare professionals.
This module is self-paced and available to any user that registers with the Learning Lab. The estimated time to complete is approximately 120 minutes. The module consists of 10 sub-sections or units that contain video lessons, resources, tools and web links. Unity 10 is the HPV resources unit that compiles all the resources from all the units into one unit.
Duration & Fee: FREE
- Estimated Time to Complete: 120 minutes
- Continuing Medical Education CME Provided
- Computer with Internet connection
- The quiz tool within the online modules is not fully compatible with smartphones or tablets. In order to avoid issues such as answers not being recorded, we recommend using a computer to complete the pre- and post-assessments.
Assessment and Grading:
This learning module begins with a pre-assessment that will assess your knowledge and allow you to gauge your baseline understanding of the topics that will be covered. Your pre-assessment score will not count toward your overall grade. At the end of the module, there is a post-assessment that will determine your final grade. A comparison of your pre-assessment score and post-assessment score will help to assess how much knowledge you have gained. You will have three attempts to complete the post-assessment. Your score must be 75% or higher in order to receive a certificate for CME credit. You must also complete the CME evaluation survey at the conclusion of the learning module to obtain your CME credits.
To Obtain CME Credits:
- Complete the entire learning module.
- Complete the pre-assessment, post assessment, and evaluation survey at the end of the module.
- You must earn a score of 75% or higher on the post-assessment to qualify for CME credits. You will have three attempts to complete the post-assessment.
- After confirming that the entire learning module is complete and you have received a score of 75% or higher on the post-assessment, a generic certificate of completion will be displayed and available for you for download.
- The official CME Documentation Form will be available to download from within the CME evaluation survey, after you answer all the questions and enter in your contact information.
Table of Contents:
Section 1: Course Instructions and Pre-Assessment:
Introduction – Module opening page
Test Your Knowledge – Pre-Assessment
Unit 1: HPV and HPV Vaccination: Quick Overview
Unit 2: Using Data to Drive Improvement
Unit 3: Quality Improvement and Evidence-Based Interventions
Unit 4: Creating a Pro-HPV Vaccination Culture to Prevent HPV-Associated Cancers
Unit 5: Implementing Clinical Prompts and Reminder Systems
Unit 6: How to Decrease Missed Opportunities for HPV Vaccinations
Unit 7: Using Quality Improvement Framework to highlight Practice, Parent, Patient, and Community Education
Unit 8: How to Reduce Barriers and Increase Access for HPV Vaccinations
Unit 9: Sustain, Spread, and Celebrate Quality Improvement Success
Unit 10: Resources
Section 3: Course Wrap Up
Evaluation Survey – CME
Funding: This HPV Vaccination learning module is made possible by the generous support and funding from our partners at the Maine Cancer Foundation
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