Partner Videos & PSAs

NCCRT Members have developed a wealth of videos and public service announcements (PSAs) to promote colorectal cancer screening that you can use, promote and share.  Visit the links below for details.

Entertainment Industry Foundation / Stand Up To Cancer Celebrity Videos

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Katie Couric, Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) co-founder and founder the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance — with SU2C — launched an exciting celebrity-filled social media campaign to raise awareness for colorectal cancer screening.

A wide cross section of TV and movie stars generously recorded quick “get screened” messages (many of them while walking the red carpet at the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards). From Glenn Close to John Legend to cast members of some of TV’s — and the streaming world’s — most popular shows, an extraordinary array of talent is using their fame, good humor and style to raise awareness.

Please join in this social media campaign and repost these videos on your social media channels. Learn more about how you can work with celebrity ambassadors in your own colorectal cancer screening promotion efforts. View the celebrity videos. 

 

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Get screened for colorectal cancer in 12 languages

A multilingual PSA on colorectal cancer screening awareness from the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

Kathy Ireland Talks About Preventing Colon Cancer

A 30-second PSA on colorectal cancer screening awareness from the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

ASGE Community Outreach Award 2017 Winning Video: Big 50," by Shelini Sooklal, MD

An ASGE partner video promoting colorectal cancer screening and recipient of the 2017 Community Outreach Award.

ASGE Community Outreach Award 2017 Winning Video: “Go for the Gold,” by Amit Sachdev, MD

An ASGE partner video promoting colorectal cancer screening and recipient of the 2017 Community Outreach Award.

 

Center for Colon Cancer Research at University of South Carolina

Don’t Miss Life’s Greatest Moments: New Grandma

A 30 second PSA from the Colon Cancer Research Center at the University of South Carolina targeted to Hispanic/Latino audiences.

Don’t Miss Life’s Greatest Moments: Daughter’s Wedding

A 30 second PSA from the Colon Cancer Research Center at the University of South Carolina.

Don’t Miss Life’s Greatest Moments: Golden Anniversary

A 30 second PSA from the Colon Cancer Research Center at the University of South Carolina targeted to African American audiences.

 

Colon Cancer Alliance

Live is Full of Unexpected Surprises

A short video from the Colon Cancer Alliance that describes screening test options.

 

#GetScreenedForDak Campaign – 70×2020 Initiative University of Mississippi Medical Center

The 70×2020 Initiative developed the following videos. When sharing these PSAs, please utilize the following hashtag: #getscreenedfordak.

#getscreened4dak

The PSA campaign was developed by the 70 x 2020 Initiative, a consortium of current and retired physicians, faculty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and other concerned professionals and volunteers, with support from the American Cancer Society and the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Use #getscreened4dak when promoting this PSA.

Get Screened for Dak #getscreenedfordak

The PSA campaign was developed by the 70 x 2020 Initiative, a consortium of current and retired physicians, faculty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and other concerned professionals and volunteers, with support from the American Cancer Society and the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Use #getscreened4dak when promoting this PSA.

Get Screened for Colon Cancer #getscreenedfordak

The PSA campaign was developed by the 70 x 2020 Initiative, a consortium of current and retired physicians, faculty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and other concerned professionals and volunteers, with support from the American Cancer Society and the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Use #getscreened4dak when promoting this PSA.

Be there for the ones you love. Get screened. #getscreenedfordak

The PSA campaign was developed by the 70 x 2020 Initiative, a consortium of current and retired physicians, faculty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and other concerned professionals and volunteers, with support from the American Cancer Society and the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Use #getscreened4dak when promoting this PSA.

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