August 2023 | Vol 10 | Issue 11
News from the GW Cancer Center
As a training and technical assistance provider of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, the GW Cancer Center proudly shares this month’s Technical Assistance Periodical (TAP) to support your cancer coalition efforts.
New Home for Policy, Systems and Environmental Change Resources
All of the GW Cancer Center's PSE change materials, including real-world examples and resources, can now be found on our Cancer Control TAP site -- making it a one-stop shop for comprehensive cancer control information! PSE change materials are easier to find than ever: just look at the blue menu bar at the top of each page. We'd love to get your feedback about the change. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have comments or questions!
Two-Question Social Media Survey
As part of the GW Cancer Center's ongoing self-assessment, we are requesting your input to inform our future social media efforts. Please answer our two-question survey about the way your program or coalition uses social media. Thank you in advance for contributing to the success of our work!
*New* CCCNP Resources Addressing Food Insecurity
The Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership announces a new tool (PDF) to help identify resources for addressing food insecurity. Members of the Health Behaviors for Cancer Survivors workgroup supported the development of the listing, in collaboration with the CCCNP and with the support of CDC. Download (PDF) and share it with you partners today!
GW Cancer Center Resource Reminder
Gynecological Cancer Awareness Campaign
Have you heard about our new Gynecological Cancer Awareness Campaign? Visit the Cancer Control TAP website for help with evidence-based communications about gynecological cancer. Developed through funding and support from the CDC, the campaign provides data, best practices, and new social media messages and graphics. Bookmark it today!
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