The Importance of Gender Neutral HPV Vaccination – Global Perspectives

June 5, 2024

June 5, 2024 | 09:30 – 10:30 PM (CEST)

Participation is FREE, but registration is mandatory. Save Your Spot, Register Here.

Gender-neutral HPV vaccination is crucial for protecting communities, halting virus transmission, and reducing the stigma associated with HPV-related diseases. The World Federation of Public Health Associations has developed a comprehensive series of six online training sessions tailored to address the unique contexts and challenges of different regions around the world. These sessions are designed to be interactive, encouraging participants to share their experiences and viewpoints.

The first session in the series will offer a broad overview, presenting a global perspective on the necessity of a gender-neutral approach to HPV vaccination. It will equip participants with tools and examples to enhance awareness, improve health literacy, and support health professionals in their advocacy efforts.

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