In case you missed it, the GW Cancer Center just released an updated catalog of our most popular technical assistance resources and tools. Check out the latest resources for comprehensive cancer control coalition support, communication, health equity, policy, systems and environmental change, patient navigation and survivorship. You can also download a printable version of the catalog to share with others.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Get ready with our updatedProstate Cancer Awareness Month Social Media Toolkit, complete with evidence-informed communication strategies; pre-written Tweets and Facebook posts; and a variety of tools and resources for strengthening your social media strategy. Updates to this toolkit includes new and exciting suggestions for using Pinterest, Snapchat and Reddit to promote your cause. Download the toolkit today!
We are pleasedto announce the release of a new communication toolkit to help spread the word about the Cancer Survivorship E-Learning Series for Primary Care Providers.The E-Learning Series is a no-cost continuing education program that provides a forum to educate primary care providers (PCPs) to better understand and care for post-treatment cancer survivors in the primary care setting. The toolkit uses evidence-based strategies to encourage PCPs and other stakeholders to take the E-Learning Series. Download the toolkit today by visiting bit.ly/E-SeriesToolkit2018ACS.
As part of ongoing technical assistance efforts to CCC programs, staff from the GW Cancer Center attended the 2018 CCC National Partnership HPV Vaccination Workshop in Atlanta, GA. This workshop focused on evidence-based strategies to increase HPV vaccination uptake. Aubrey Villalobos, director of cancer control and heath equity, served as a facilitator; helping participants identify priority activities and action plans for states to enhance or expand their HPV vaccination efforts over the next year.
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While a number of agencies across Florida employ Community Health Workers (CHWs), there had not been a focused, statewide, multi-agency effort to promote the valuable work of CHWs.The Florida Department of Health invited leaders from a variety of community and health service entities and established partnerships with organizations across the state. The work groups established core elements of a CHW training curriculum and focused on promoting the statewide coalition and recognizing CHWs through educating leaders and establishing a branding strategy. A statewide certification program is now in place, with over 600 CHWs having earned certification. To learn more please visit Action4PSEChange.org.
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