Last year, the President's Cancer Panel referred to accelerating HPV vaccine uptake as one of the "most profound opportunities in cancer prevention today" and called for aggressive implementation of evidence-based recommendations to support widespread HPV vaccination programs throughout the U.S.
In today's cyber-seminar, we welcome representatives of the President's Cancer Panel, the National Cancer Institute and Cervical Cancer Free South Carolina --- each of which discussed the successes, challenges and lessons learned from their work around this important cancer control issue.
And now we turn the discussion over to you...
- Do Calls to Action such as the PCP report truly help to build support for implementing evidence-based programs? How have you leveraged to report to implement programs and policies in your state/county/territory?
- Heather spoke about a number of public policy interventions the CCFSC was able to implement as well as several that met with great oppposition. Do you have any success stories to share? What works in your state/county/territory? What work still remains?
- What did you take away from today's session?