HPV Vaccine - Provider Resources

Fact Sheets:

  • A Quick Look at Using Human Papillomavirus Vaccines (HPV)  - Michigan Department Health and Human Services: This fact sheet for health care professionals includes sections on: Indications for Use and Schedule; Recommended Schedule; Vaccine Administration; Storage and Handling; Special Situations; Contraindications and; Precautions. (Rev. June 30, 2017)

Provider Tools:

  • Top 10 List for HPV: Top 10 ways to improve HPV Vaccination rates in your practice (Center for Disease Control)

  • ACOG's Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Toolkit: This newly updated ACOG toolkit uses evidence-based, tested messages and other materials to help physicians and other health care professionals communicate with patients about the importance of receiving the HPV vaccine.

  • The American Cancer Society HPV VACs newsletter: Use this letter to make recommendations for patients to receive HPV vaccine; supported by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Serivces and leading health professional organizations in Michigan.

  • Co-Branded Letter of HPV Vaccination Recommendation: Use this letter to make recommendations for patients to receive HPV vaccine; supported by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Serivces and leading health professional organizations in Michigan.

Provider Education:
  • "Steps for Increasing HPV Vaccination in Practice" (ACS, Rev. 2018)
    An action guide to implement evidence-based strategies for clinicians; includes pediatricians, family physicians, general internists, obstetrician-gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, medical assistants and their office managers.
  • Vaccine Safety: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine – Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    This page features general information about the HPV vaccines licensed for use in the United States (Cervarix and Gardasil), as well as links to HPV vaccine safety studies, frequently asked questions about HPV vaccine safety, reports of fainting and other adverse events following vaccination, and related scientific articles.
More information is available on these MCC pages: