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Update: October 2018

Rural and Frontier partners,
The Oregon Immunization Program has partnered with Oregon Health and Science University on the Rural Adolescent Vaccine Enterprise (RAVE) study funded by the American Cancer Society. Recruitment for the intervention phase will begin in January 2019. We hope many of you will participate in this important study, which will provide your practice members with vital quality improvement skills. If you have questions about RAVE or are interested in participating, please email RAVE@ohsu.edu or visit our information sheet.

HPV Summit

The American Cancer Society and the Oregon Immunization Program hosted the 2018 Oregon HPV Statewide Summit in Salem, Oregon on May 31, 2018. The HPV Statewide Summit served as a call to action for Oregonians to help reduce the number of HPV-associated cancers by supporting improved vaccine uptake and HPV vaccination rates at county and state levels through education and collaboration.

Update: March 2017

The HPV Coalition of Oregon has brought together representatives from American Cancer Society, Oregon Health Authority, Providence Health & Services, Indian Health Services, Oregon Health and Sciences University, county health departments, and more. The coalition kicked off in October, 2016 with a roundtable event of over 70 stakeholders. Ideas were formed around clinical capacity building, increasing vaccine uptake, provider training, and increasing public awareness.

If you are interested in learning more about the HPV Coalition of Oregon, or getting involved, please contact Bridget Kiene at the American Cancer Society or Isabel Stock at the Oregon Health Authority.

Bridget Kiene
Health Systems Manager, State-Based Great West Division
American Cancer Society
Phone: 503-795-3993
Email: bridget.kiene@cancer.org

Isabel Stock
Immunization Program, Public Health Division
Oregon Health Authority
Phone: 971-673-0327
Email: Isabel.stock@state.or.us

Update: October 2016

The American Cancer Society in partnership with the Oregon Immunization Program hosted an HPV Roundtable to exchange views about HPV vaccination and HPV related cancers, as well as participate in developing a strategic plan to advance the work being done here in Oregon.

Ideas compiled in four areas is available below:

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