*Updated* National Cancer Survivorship Awareness Month Campaign The GW Cancer Center is excited to announce the release of its National Cancer Survivorship Awareness Month campaign! This campaign is designed to help partners implement evidence-based practices when communicating about cancer survivorship. It can also help you plan, implement, and evaluate your social media strategy and make the case for why it is important. Check out the campaign today!
Principles and Recommendations for Standardizing Measurements for Sex, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation: Visit GW Cancer Center's Cancer Control TAP website to access Dr. Kellan Baker's slide deck and a recording of the session.
Our second webinar featured a moderated discussion on the topic of engaging survivors in comprehensive cancer control coalitions. Our three panelists -- Beth Sieloff, MPH, Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan; Catherine Young, MS, Mississippi CCC Program; and Maureen Higgins, MSW, Dempsey Center -- had a lively conversation about recruiting methods, engagement, and overcoming barriers. Access the webinar recording here.
Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions Advancing Health Equity The next installment of the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership's 2022 quarterly series will be held at by Zoom at 4 pm ET on June 7. Guest speaker Jean McDougall, PhD, MPH, of the School of Medicine at the University of New Mexico, will discuss her paper, "The Balance between Food and Medical Care: Experiences of Food Insecurity among Cancer Survivors and Informal Caregivers."
Cancer Control Spotlight
Cancer Control Implementation Science Base Camp Looking for ways to build evidence-based cancer control activities with community partners, but don't know where to start? The GW Cancer Center extended its deadline to participate in the Cancer Control Implementation Science Base Camp, a new and free training specifically designed for cancer control professionals. Learn more -- and apply by June 10th!
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This work was supported by Cooperative Agreement #NU58DP006461-04 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC.
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