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CME Opportunity: HPV-Related, NON-Cervical Cancers Are On The Rise

Human papillomavirus (HPV)-related, non-cervical cancers are on the rise in the United States, especially in males. Despite this trend, HPV vaccination rates are still at suboptimal levels. Physicians need to ensure that patients initiate and complete the vaccination schedule. In this continuing medical educational activity, expert physicians discuss the current burden of HPV-related tumors, assess the latest clinical evidence of the role of HPV vaccination in preventing non-cervical cancers, and discuss effective communication strategies to ensure that a higher proportion of patients are receiving the HPV vaccine.
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Required steps to print your "You Call the Shot" certificates:

  1. Create an account with your email address and password by clicking here TCEO (
  2. Select the course:
    1. “You call the shot VFC” or
    2. “You call the shot S&H” or
    3. Any other “You call the shot”
    4. Complete the course
    5. Complete the evaluation
    6. Complete the posttest
    7. Download Certificate
    8. Save or print Certificate


CDC Vaccine Schedules App for Clinicians and Other Immunization Providers - Healthcare professionals who recommend or administer vaccines can immediately access all CDC recommended immunization schedules and footnotes using the CDC Vaccine Schedules app.


Award Winning Immunization Providers


WV Immunization Network (WIN) is a statewide coalition of more than 200 representatives from both the public and private sectors who work to create an environment in West Virginia where every resident is appropriately immunized. Since 1996, WIN’s goal has been to educate the public regarding the seriousness of vaccine-preventable diseases. Click here for more information.





West Virginia Statewide Immunization Information System (WVSIIS)

The WVSIIS helps ensure that all West Virginia children, adolescents and adults have current immunizations. These shots provide protection from diseases like measles, rotavirus, human papillomavirus, hepatitis and pertussis (whooping cough).

WVSIIS is a confidential, computerized information system that keeps complete and up-to-date shot records. You won't have to worry about losing your child's shot record even if you change providers. For more information see the bullets bellow.

  • Log Into WVSIIS Here
  • To enroll in WVSIIS, please call the helpdesk at 1-877-408-8930 and request an enrollment packet.