The NCCRT’s Resource Center offers partners the opportunity to identify, select and ultimately adopt evidence-based innovations and tools to increase quality colorectal cancer screening in a range of settings and populations.
The Resource Center hosts NCCRT resources as well as external partner resources to enhance our partners’ ability to access tools and materials from successful interventions that are being implemented in a variety of settings, coupled with evaluation tools, as available, that will help them assess that work.
- Think you have a resource we could use? Visit the Submit a Resource webpage to learn about criteria for submissions and to submit an entry.
- Can’t find a resource you’ve seen before? Visit the Archived Resources webpage to find historical NCCRT resources.
- Interested in learning more about how we develop our resources? Visit the Resource for Professionals webpage to learn about NCCRT’s process in developing resources.
The Resource Center does not provide an exhaustive catalogue of colorectal cancer screening-related resources, but rather provides a sampling of key resources and tools that we believe will be most useful to NCCRT members and partners. The Resource Center seeks to complement the resources available through other existing resource repositories, such as Research-tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) and the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center’s Cancer Control Technical Assistance Portal (TAP).
The NCCRT Resource Center was made possible in part by funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cooperative Agreement Number 5U38DP004969-03. The views expressed in the material do not necessarily reflect the view of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Content Disclaimer – The NCCRT Resource Center is a compilation of resources contributed by NCCRT members and other third party organizations. ACS/NCCRT is not responsible for the content of the resources.