Improving Access: What are the Optimal Settings for Delivering HPV Vaccination?

protect europe masterclass 2 v2

23 May 2024 14:00 - 15:00 CEST

Virtual

Watch the recording of the masterclass here.

PROTECT-EUROPE is an EU4Health Project that champions gender-neutral vaccination programmes in EU Member States to provide protection for everyone against cancers caused by HPV e.g. cervical, anal, penile, vaginal, vulval and oropharyngeal.

As part of the project's outputs, a series of ten masterclasses in HPV vaccination, based on the learnings from the project's Work Packages 2 and 3, will be delivered on a ‘hybrid’ basis. These masterclasses will focus on a variety of themes and topics, all connected with the project's aim of developing effective public health messaging on HPV vaccination aimed at young people and their parents or caregivers.

The second project masterclass explores the best settings for delivering HPV vaccination, including schools and pharmacies, learning lessons from experience gained in several EU countries.

More information on HPV and its links to cancer can be found here.

Speakers

  • Rui Medeiros Board Member, European Cancer Organisation
  • Ida Enskär Registered Nurse and MSc in Global Health, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health Uppsala University

Speakers

  • Rui Medeiros Board Member, European Cancer Organisation
  • Ida Enskär Registered Nurse and MSc in Global Health, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health Uppsala University
  • Rui Medeiros Board Member, European Cancer Organisation Read Bio
  • Ida Enskär Registered Nurse and MSc in Global Health, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health Uppsala University

Speakers

  • Rui Medeiros Board Member, European Cancer Organisation
  • Ida Enskär Registered Nurse and MSc in Global Health, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health Uppsala University

Speakers

  • Rui Medeiros Board Member, European Cancer Organisation
  • Ida Enskär Registered Nurse and MSc in Global Health, Department of Women’s and Children’s Health Uppsala University