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CRC Evaluation Toolkit Launch

CRC Evaluation Toolkit Launch

Join us for a Webinar on September 13

This hour webinar will include an introduction to the new NCCRT Toolkit on Evaluating Programs that Seek to Increase the Community Demand for Colorectal Cancer Screening.

Title:    CRC Evaluation Toolkit Launch

Date:    Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Time:    1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Dear NCCRT Members:

Please join us for an hour long webinar on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 1:00pm EST for an introduction to the new NCCRT Toolkit, How to Evaluate Activities Intended to Increase Awareness and Use of Colorectal Cancer Screening.

During the webinar, Dr. Mark Pochapin of the Jay Monahan Center and Dr. Cheryl Holm-Hansen and Amy Leite of the Wilder Research Foundation will present an overview of the new tool, designed specifically for those who are interested in evaluating their efforts to increase the demand for colorectal cancer screening in their community. The purpose of the kit is to provide information and tools to help organizations or groups evaluate their efforts, measure outcomes, report their results, and improve their programs over time. The toolkit is specifically geared to assist those who have little to no evaluation experience, but do have a willingness to learn.

Many thanks to the members of the NCCRT Evidence Based Education and Outreach Task Group for all their work in creating this resource.



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