Provider and Practice Experience Integrating the Dose-HPV Intervention Into Clinical Practice

Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (05/10/21) Drainoni, Mari-Lynn; Biancarelli, Dea; Jansen, Emily; et al.

A new study assessed the deployment of the Development of Systems and Education for HPV Vaccination (DOSE HPV) intervention into clinical practice. Upon completion of the performance improvement intervention, participating primary care providers, nurses and leaders of pediatric and family medicine practices participated in qualitative interviews. Overall, the 26 participants described program success as driven by evidence-based, goal-directed education; personalized data feedback; clinical leadership support; collaborative facilitation; and repeated contacts/longitudinal structure of the intervention. Obstacles they noted included the inability to standardize workflow across practices, low pediatric volume, rival priorities/few incentives and poor clinical leadership-staff engagement. Based on these observations, the authors conclude that "it is crucial to consider implementation factors to ensure consistent implementation and sustainability."

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