Opportunities for Collaboration Between Cancer Coalitions and NCI-Designated Cancer Centers
Looking to explore collaboration opportunities for your comprehensive cancer control coalition and NCI-designated cancer center? Check out the latest Dispatches from Implementation Science at NCI blog. The GW Cancer Center’s Sarah Kerch, MPH, collaborated with Aubrey Van Kirk Villalobos, DrPH, MEd, Health Scientist at NCI, to summarize the value-added opportunities between CCC coalitions and cancer centers’ community outreach and engagement activities.
CCCNP Zoom Coalition Check-In
Join the CCCNP at the next quarterly Zoom CCC coalition check-in on May 2, 4-4:30 pm EDT. Coalition check-ins are informal, ½ hour video calls on a topic of interest to cancer coalition leaders. Access the call on Zoom.
Share the Cancer Control TAP Newsletter
Has a new staff member joined your team? Has your coalition welcomed new members? If so, encourage them to subscribe to the Cancer Control TAP newsletter to stay informed about relevant news, events, and resources!
Cancer Control Spotlight
Paid Sick Leave Resources
To support access to paid sick leave, ChangeLab Solutions and the CDC have developed new resources to promote and implement paid sick leave policies. Model language for CCC plans identifies the benefits of providing employees with paid sick leave. Visit the ChangeLab Solutions website to review the model language and the collection of paid sick leave resources!
HPV Vaccine Facts for Health Care Providers Social Media Toolkit
Why not review our HPV Vaccine Facts for Health Care Providers Social Media Toolkit during Adolescent Immunization Action Week? Use it to discover strategies to promote the health observance, or use social media to engage your audience by retweeting messages from @GWCancer. Check out the toolkit (PDF) today!
This work was supported by Cooperative Agreement #NU58DP006461-05 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.