Increasing HPV Vaccination Coverage Through Provider-Based Interventions

  • Landon Krantz, Nicholas J. Ollberding, Andrew F. Beck, Mary Carol Burkhardt
  • Clinical Pediatrics, July 2017, SAGE Publications
  • DOI: 10.1177/0009922817722014

What is it about?

A QI project to improve HPV vaccination rates in a busy primary care setting, mainly through chart reviews, provider education, and reminder systems.

Why is it important?

HPV vaccination rates are the lowest of any vaccine available to children, and they have been shown to be very effective at preventing cancer later in life. This project enforces that small changes in practice can make a large impact on this public health issue. The methods are reproducible and feasible, even for a busy pediatric clinic.

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