In September 2013, the GW Cancer Center received a five-year cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to enhance technical assistance (TA) efforts to National Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) Program grantees and partners.This summary evaluation report provides a brief overview of the GW Cancer Center CCCTA activities and progress in Project Year 05 and is intended for use by stakeholders such as CCC programs, coalitions and partners.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) is hosting their Annual Meeting & Expo on November 10-14 in San Diego, California. Mohammad Khalaf, senior manager, Comprehensive Cancer Control at the GW Cancer Center will be presenting a poster on Coalition Training and Technical Assistance to Advance More Equitable Policies, Systems and Environments. This poster will highlight PSE Change and relevant resources in comprehensive cancer control and health equity. Be sure to stop by if you're in attendance during the poster session on the 13th at 10:30 a.m. PST!
This no-cost online course thoroughly explores PSE change from its evidence base to a full-length case study. The training also includes supplemental information on communicating with stakeholders and a companion resource guide for the online training and Action4PSEChange.org. Check out our online academyfor more information.
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Among all states, Louisiana has the fifth highest smoking rate and is second to Nevada in the percentage of workers who work in non-smoke-free workplaces. The Louisiana Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (LCCCP), Geographic Health Equity Alliance, and Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL) partnered together topromote a public education campaign and legislative solution for smoke-free workplaces. The coalitions promoted their effort by using strategies that incorporated local communities, cultural elements and a fun-loving atmosphere unique to New Orleans. In addition, they engaged traditional and non-traditional champions like musicians to communicate and strengthen their message. Their efforts led to the New Orleans City Council unanimously approving a comprehensive smoke-free ordinance banning smoking inside worksites and public places including bars, casinos and restaurants. To learn more please visit Action4PSEChange.org.
TRAINING AND EVENTS
11/15: Webinar - Education Series for Healthcare Professionals: Health Insurance Options Register
11/27: Webinar - Partnering to Catalyze Comprehensive Community Wellness Register
11/29: Event - Council on the Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice Meeting Register
12/03: Event - Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health Register
12/10 - 12/13: Event - 2018 Integrated Community Health Conference Register