HPV Vaccination Policy Webinar Series from Tri-Networks HPV Learning Collaborative


The Tri-Networks (Geographic Health Equity Alliance, Nuestras Voces Network, and SelfMade Health Network) will host a series of live webinars for National Comprehensive Cancer Control Programs and Coalitions focused on opportunities to advance cancer-related strategies and improve health equity through PSE change. Over the course of three webinars, participants will learn how tooperationalize PSE change, the importance of PSE change in improving health equity, the parameters for engaging in policy activities for staff at public agencies, how HPV vaccination can serve as a starting point for implementing PSE activities, and more. 

The Tri-Networks are part of the CDC consortium of national networks implementing population-specific and public health-oriented strategies, for the prevention of commercial tobacco use and cancer in populations experiencing tobacco and cancer-related health disparities.

Policy Webinar #1
May 10, 2022
1 – 2 pm ET
The Importance of Pursuing the “P” in PSE

Policy Webinar #2
June 15, 2022
1 – 2 PM ET
Opportunities for Big “P” Policy Change in Increasing HPV Vaccine Uptake

Policy Webinar #3
July 14, 2022
1 – 2 PM ET
Opportunities for Little “p” Policy Change in Increasing HPV Vaccine Uptake


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