April 15 -17, 2025

Hyatt Regency | Indianapolis, Indiana

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is known to cause six types of cancers in all genders. Despite availability of a vaccine, the U.S. continues to see an alarming rate of HPV transmission and HPV-related cancers. Professionals at the national, regional, state, and local levels are working tirelessly on evidence-based practices and want to collaborate with others to increase prevention, early detection, and treatment of HPV-related diseases.

The goal of this inaugural conference is to invite all U.S. professionals working in the HPV space to come together in an effort to learn and share. While many conferences strive to include HPV as one of many topics, this conference seeks to make HPV the main topic. Attendees will enjoy learning and connecting with peers, while forming new ideas and partnerships to make their own HPV-related efforts stronger.

Together, we can strive to eliminate HPV-related diseases and cancers in the U.S.

Hosted By

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National Planning Committee

These partners are working to make the National HPV Conference a more comprehensive and valuable experience for all participants.

The national planning committee consists of members from:

  • American Cancer Society
  • American Cancer Society National Roundtable on Cervical Cancer
  • American Cancer Society National HPV Vaccination Roundtable
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Indiana Immunization Coalition
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • Unity Consortium

    About the Conference

    April 14, 2025

    Arrival day. In the evening there will be a special event to welcome everyone and network.

    April 15, 2025

    Starting with an exciting keynote, the first day will feature a full day of engaging speakers and break-out sessions.
    Breakfast and lunch are provided. The exhibit hall will be open all day. Special events may be offered in the evening.

    April 16, 2025

    The second day will continue to host a variety of educational content with breakfast and lunch provided.
    The exhibit hall will be open all day featuring vendors and poster presentations.Special events may be offered in the evening.

    April 17, 2025

    The third day will be a half day workshop format.
    Participants will experience networking, problem solving, and sharing to empower more action upon returning home.

    Expected Outcomes

    The National HPV Conference was established to create a venue for networking, dissemination of best practices, resource sharing, and cross collaboration in a way never done before in the United States. We are excited for the opportunity to have HPV champions across key sectors convene together to advance HPV prevention efforts nationally. This inaugural conference will allow participants to:

    • Connect with like-minded people from across the country
    • Share and learn from others’ experiences
    • Stimulate new ideas
    • Identify ways to collaborate locally and across state lines
    • Develop actionable work plans to implement at home
    • Unite in efforts to achieve our central goal of eliminating HPV infections in the U.S.
    Intended Audience

    The intended audience for this conference is wide-reaching by design. The goal of the conference is to convene professionals who work in many different areas of the HPV continuum in an effort to create partnerships and collaboration. During this inaugural conference, we anticipate 350-500 attendees. The gathering is specifically aimed at professionals in the U.S. who work in and with the public regarding HPV. Some examples of these professionals are:

    • Advocates
    • Community Health Workers
    • Epidemiologists
    • Health Educators
    • Health Policy Professionals
    • Healthcare Providers, e.g.:
      • Nurses
      • Physicians
      • Social Workers
      • Navigators
      • Pharmacists
      • Dentists
      • Healthcare students / trainees
    • Local, Regional, and National
      Stakeholder Groups
    • Public Health Organizations
    • Reproductive and Sexual Health Organizations
    • Researchers, e.g.:
      • Dissemination, Implementation, and
        Translational Sciences
      • Health Behavior
      • Health Communication
      • Health Informatics
      • Health Psychology
      • Promotion and Marketing
      • Public Health


    Registration will open in late Summer 2024.

    Focus Tracks

    Vaccination & Prevention

    This track will focus on measures to prevent HPV infection, including education, advocacy, policy, vaccination, sexual health, health disparities, and more. Speakers will be encouraged to share programs, practices, and materials that have been successful in the realm of HPV prevention. Participants will leave with new ideas and actionable items.

    Research & Best Practices

    This track invites area experts and researchers to present findings directly related to public-facing HPV care and prevention. Presentations should not be overly technical. Applicable topics might include health equity, best practices, health communication, dissemination, or implementation science.

    Cancer Screening & Treatment

    This track is focused on the screening and treatment of HPV-related cancers. Innovative and emerging methods, as well as those with high compliance and success, should be discussed. Topics might also include related policy and metrics. As with all tracks, presentations are aimed at those in public-facing environments to aid in understanding and communication.

    Public Health & Collaboration

    This track seeks to help organizations collaborate and engage to further public health initiatives around HPV. Applicable topics might include health disparities and equity, legislation, policies, examples of successful partnerships, and public health outreach programs.

    Call for Abstracts

    Call for abstracts will open June 15, 2024 and must be submitted by September 1, 2024 at 8 PM Eastern. Posters and Oral Presentations will be accepted. 
    See the focus tracks for topics.

      Sponsor or Exhibit

      View the prospectus here

      Thank you for your sponsorship consideration. This is your opportunity to engage with a targeted audience of professionals eager to make a difference in the HPV arena. Sponsorship not only provides exposure and networking for your organization, but also provides the financial support necessary to offer this conference at a reasonable, accessible price for all attendees.


      Hyatt Regency Indianapolis  |   1 S. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204

      The hotel is located in downtown Indianapolis, less than 15 miles from the IND airport. Indiana is known as the “Crossroads of America” due to its central location and ease of accessibility by car or airplane. Downtown Indianapolis features an exciting assortment of restaurants, museums, and cultural attractions, making it a prime conference destination. Find out more about Indianapolis at www.visitindy.com

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