$1.5M to Study Efficacy of Adolescent Child Immunizations

cdc-logoAgency: Health & Human Services Dept. (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, CDC); Program: Improving HPV vaccination coverage among adolescent patients of VFC providers: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial of the effect of including a consulting AFIX physician; Department of Health and Human Services (CFDA Numbers: 93.268) (Funding Opportunity Number: RFA-IP-17-002); Eligibility: Schools, governments, colleges, nonprofits businesses and tribes; Funding: $1.5 million for one awards(no match required); Deadline: March 30.

Summary: The funding seeks a study to quantify changes in human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination coverage among adolescent patients of Vaccines for Children (VFC)-enrolled providers following the inclusion of a consulting Assessment, Feedback, Incentives eXchange (AFIX) physician.

Info: http://goo.gl/p3OFrk (NOFA); Deborah Loveys, (404) 498-2547; hft6@cdc.gov (for questions about the competition).

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