The introduction of HPV vaccines in 2006 and the widespread adoption of HPV testing created a need for educating the clinical community about the role of HPV infections in anogenital disease, appropriate clinical usages of HPV testing, and about the potential benefits of vaccination against HPV infections. In response to this need, the ASCCP developed an Educate the Educator program, which was a series of training courses designed specifically to address confusion in the clinical community after the introduction of cotesting, and the first generation of HPV vaccines - with the greatest challenge being in the smaller and mid-sized communities that lack clinicians who have expertise in this area.
HPV Testing, Genotyping, and Extended Genotyping
Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines, including cytology and HPV Testing
Giving Effective Presentations
All registered attendees will have access to online speaker lecture kits as well as access to a speaker support center for questions and updated information.
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category I Credit™
ASCCP thanks the following companies for their generous educational grant support for the Educate the Educators II (ETE II). ETE II was planned and produced in accordance with the ACCME Essentials Areas and Elements and the Updated Criteria. ASCCP also states that all decisions relating to the development and production activities of each lecture were made independent of any commercial interest.