The Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI), American Cancer Society (ACS), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are partnering for the third annual HPV Vaccine Is Cancer Prevention Champion Award.

The New Jersey Department of Health, Vaccine Preventable Disease Program (VPDP) encourages you to nominate a deserving clinician, clinic, practice, group, or health system in New Jersey that has achieved high HPV vaccination rates and demonstrated exceptional leadership, collaboration, and/or innovation.To submit a nomination, please send the completed nomination packet, photo, and resume to Erika Lobe, VPDP Adolescent/Adult Immunization Coordinator, to by August 16, 2019.

Download the nomination packet with information about the award, eligibility requirements and nomination criteria by clicking the graphic on the right.

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