Continuing Medical Education Opportunity on 11/2/2016: Learn About the Science and Public Health Implications of HPV, Practice-Based Vaccination Strategies
The Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) and the Allegheny General Hospital Department of Pediatrics, in partnership with the Allegheny County Health Department, American Academy of Pediatrics, the Eye and Ear Foundation of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, and UPMC Health System will hold a continuing medical education (CME) event on the science and public health implications of the human papillomavirus (HPV), and practice-based strategies to prevent certain cancers by increasing HPV vaccination rates.
The event, which supports JHF’s community-wide campaign to prevent cancer by boosting HPV vaccination rates, will be held on Wednesday, November 2 from 5:30PM to 9 PM at the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square (300 W. Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219). This CME course is intended for physicians, doctors of osteopathic medicine, certified registered nurse practitioners, physician assistants, practice managers, and dentists from primary care practices, federally qualified health centers, and school-based clinics.
To register for the event, visit cmetracker.net/AHN/Catalog, then scroll to find the HPV Conference. For additional information, please visit the JHF website and contact AHN Continuing Medical Education Department Manager Cheri Jackel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-359-3396.
If you have a group that would like to learn more about HPV and the HPV vaccine, we can provide information sessions to parent groups, teachers, religious leaders, social service agencies, civic, and community organizations. Contact Sue Steele at 412.586.6710 or email@example.com
A two-lesson HPV vaccination module (for middle and high school‐aged students) that you can use in your own classrooms. To download the material, click here to fill out a short survey, a logon and password will be sent to you for access to the material, or if you would like to be trained and receive the module to supplement your curriculum, please contact Katie Horowitz at 412.258.9535 or firstname.lastname@example.org