2012 Dialogue for Action and Free Evaluation Training Session

This year, the Roundtable and the Prevent Cancer Foundation will be cosponsoring for a free evaluation training at the Dialogue during the pre-conference session from 10:00am to 1:00pm on Wednesday, March 21st.  Join other Dialogue participants in a session that will teach hands-on strategies for planning and implementing a program evaluation, with a specific focus on programs designed to build community demand for colorectal cancer screening.   The training will follow the approach laid out in the Evaluation 101 toolkit:  How to evaluate activities intended to increase awareness and use of colorectal cancer screening, which was recently released by the Roundtable (http://nccrt.org/about/public-education/evaluation-toolkit).  In this interactive session, you will learn how to plan an evaluation that considers your overall objectives, while meeting the needs of program staff, participants, funders, and other key stakeholders.


Join us at the Dialogue on March 22-23, 2012,

at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel.

Register now for the 2012 Dialogue for Action on Colorectal Cancer Screening: Today’s Progress, Tomorrow’s Challenge.

Click to view the agenda and to register for the conference.

The 14th in a series of annual national conferences convened by the Prevent Cancer Foundation, the 2012 Dialogue will tackle the issue of healthcare delivery in general and of colorectal cancer screening in particular at this critical time in our nation’s history. Other topics include:

  • Ways to keep increasing CRC screening rates
  • Cancer screening in primary-care practice
  • Issues in the screening modalities of stool-based testing and colonoscopy
  • Implications of the oral arguments before the Supreme Court on the Health Care Reform Law
  • And what promises to be a lively discussion about perspectives on cancer screening in the media!

We are delighted that Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of Health Affairs and former health analyst on the PBS News Hour, will moderate the keynote panel “Health Care of the Future: Keeping Quality Up and Costs Down.” We are also excited to announce that Bob Baker, a CRC survivor who biked 4,000 miles across the country this year, will speak on the importance of CRC screening.

Continuing education credits for physicians, nursing professionals and certified health educators will be available again this year.

Information about the conference, hotel and travel, the agenda, exhibits, and other details are available at www.dialogueforaction.org.

For questions about registration contact Mary Ann Troyano at matroyano@aol.com or 703.425.1334.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2012 Dialogue for Action!