The American Cancer Society in partnership with the Center for HOPE at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah is proud to present this ECHO series to assist clinical staff with increasing HPV vaccinations.
Sessions are October 26; November 9, 16 and 30; and December 14, each from 11 a.m. to 12 noon PT.
Register at: https://forms.office.com/r/yuLjhNUC9A
➢ 1: Orientation & Networking
➢ 2: The Pulse on HPV
➢ 3: Revolutionize Cancer Prevention through Provider Recommendation & Starting at Age 9
➢ 4: Optimizing Health Information Technology & Communication Strategies to Increase Vaccines
➢ 5: Prioritizing HPV Vaccines Through Quality Improvement Efforts
Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a hub-and-spoke telementoring environment conducted virtually. Hubs include a facilitator and expert faculty who share best practices and contribute to learning through case-based and didactic learning. Spokes learn from each other and experts from across the United States.
About the Mountain West HPV Project:
The American Cancer Society received funding in 2020 for a project titled “ACS | NCI CCC Partnership Model To Reduce Geographic Disparities in HPV Vaccination Rates for Adolescents Living in Rural States”. The states included in this work are Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. The Center for Hope at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah is a partner on this 3-year grant project. This partnership focuses on leveraging health information technology, Project ECHO, and existing relationships established in the Mountain West.
*This grant is made possible through funding from Merck, for the purpose of Mission: HPV Cancer Free Quality Improvement Initiative.