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  1. This guide presents communication guidance for countries introducing human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine at the national or sub-national levels. HPV vaccination is a key strategy for comprehensive cervical cancer control and prevention. By the end of 2015, more than 65 countries introduced HPV vaccine into their national immunization programmes, with more than 30 of them were approved for Gavi-supported introductions. This guide offers guidance in three main areas: the first is advice on basic communication planning and implementation for immunization; the second discusses specific conside
  2. Setting the media agenda Safety events: the immediate media response Tips for spokespersons The questions journalists always ask in a crisis Strategies used by journalists How to prepare a press release
  3. This document provides a checklist to test if your country is well prepared for events that may potentially erode trust in vaccines and the health system. The checklist provides inspiration and may point to areas where there is need for improvement. It is also a good point of departure for discussions and planning with regard to immunization communication and crisis response. Use the document to prepare for a meeting with key stakeholders or as a starting point for discussions on vaccine crisis communication.
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