Media monitoring of HPV related articles and news
MEDISYS is a media monitoring system providing event-based surveillance to rapidly identify potential public health threats using information from media reports. The system displays articles with interest to public health (e. g. diseases, plant pests, psychoactive substances), analyses news reports and warns users with automatically generated alerts. The information processed by MEDISYS is derived from the Europe Media Monitor (EMM) developed by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) (http://medisys.newsbrief.eu/). ECDC created three search tools for HPV that can be consulted by the large public:
Websites with HPV information & resources
International Papillomavirus Society (IPV)
The International Papillomavirus Society is formally incorporated in the State of Delaware, U.S.A.. as a not-for-profit organization of biomedical scientists who are investigating human and animal papillomaviruses and their associated diseases. It serves as the organizational structure for the field of scientists and physicians who have met since 1975, and annually since 1982, at twenty-one different venues in the U.S. and 12 other countries. The purposes of the IPVS are primarily educational.
Institut Català d'Oncologia) (ICO) Information Centre on HPV and Cancer
Online datasource on HPV and related cancers (coutry statististics, prevalence, burden of disease,...).
Platform on education, training, scientific research, expertise and networking on Human Papillomavirus and associated cancers in both genital and non-genital sites.
Canadian Network on HPV Prevention
Network to improve the health of Canadians by optimizing prevention strategies and technologies related to HPV associated diseases.
Websites with HPV vaccination information & resources
WHO HPV Laboratory Network (LabNet)
Contributes to improving quality of laboratory services for effective surveillance and monitoring of HPV vaccination impact, through enhanced, state-of-the-art laboratory support.
HPV Vaccine Global Community
Online global network of people who share an interest in preventing cervical cancer and in the role of HPV vaccines in health programs.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccines
Information on HPV vaccines from the National Cancer Institute of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
US federal gateway to information on vaccines and immunization for infants, children, teenagers, adults, and seniors. Vaccines.gov provides resources from federal agencies for the general public and their communities about vaccines across the lifespan.
National Vaccine Program Office (NVPO)
Site with general information about vaccines and immunisation-related activities at the U.S. federal level.
Initiative for Vaccine Research (IVR)
WHO website to facilitate vaccine research and development against pathogens with significant disease and economic burden, with a particular focus on low and middle income countries.
Overview of vaccine schedule in European countries.
Websites with HPV related cancer information & resources
RHO cervical cancer
Online information resource for health program managers and decision-makers working in devloping countries and low-resource settings.
Cervical Cancer Action
A Global coallion to Stop Cervical Cancer
National Cervical Cancer Coalition
American nonprofit organisation dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for, cervical cancer and HPV disease.
National Women's Health Information Center
Fact sheet on cervical cancer developed by the Office on Women's Health of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
PAHO Cervical Cancer
Fact sheet on cervical cancer.
European Cervical Cancer Association (ECCA)
ECCA is a European association with members in the various EU member states. Ithe organisation focuses on raising awareness of cervical cancer and the means by which it can be prevented, and on promting the implementation and uptake of population-based, organised prevention programmes equitably across Europe.
Websites with HPV and cervical screening information & resources
(Comparing health services interventions for the prevention of HPV-related cancer) is an European-funded multidisciplinary consortium of key researchers in the field of HPV screening and vaccination. CoheaHr aims to provide a strong evidence base which will enable policy makers and other stakeholders to make informed decisions on HPV prevention strategies, thereby contributing to strengthening health systems and health services interventions in Europe.
American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP)
American society for lower genital tract disorders.
International Papillomavirus Society (IPS):
Not-for-profit organization of biomedical scientists who are investigating human and animal papillomaviruses and their associated diseases.
Viral Hepatis Prevention Board (VHPB)
International board of experts in viral hepatitis, offering a platform for dissemination of scientific infromation related to viral hepatitis.