There are two ways to attend this event - in-person or virtually. There are a limited number of in-person tickets to allow for social distancing during sessions and are available on a first- come-first served basis. In-person attendees will be required to wear a mask.
When purchasing tickets, please note the ticket type.
There are also tickets for those who do not need continuing education (student/audit tickets).
This event has been approved for 5.75 hours of continuing education for nurses, physicians, pharmacists, physician assistants, and dental professionals.
According to the CDC, HPV infections are responsible for approximately 31,000+ new cancer diagnoses each year in the United States. Oropharyngeal cancer caused by HPV has surpassed cervical cancer rates. Despite these alarming statistics, HPV vaccination rates remain low.
This meeting will make the connection between HPV and cancer, give providers tools to talk to patients about the benefits of the HPV vaccine, and share best practices about ways to increase HPV immunization rates.