Thinking about Applying for NCCRT Membership?
If your organization is considering applying to be a member of the NCCRT, now is the time! While most of our content and programs are open to members and partners alike, we are launching a new member benefit later this month. Read on to learn about this new member webinar series and review our membership overview and application if you think membership might be a good fit for your organization. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NCCRT is excited to announce the launch of Blue Star Conversations, a new series of one-hour programs that will feature a brief, timely, topical presentation (just 15-20 minutes) followed by small group member discussions and regrouping for key takeaways. Each conversation in the series will be hosted by one of NCCRT’s six Strategic Priority Teams.
The first Blue Star Conversation will take place on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, from 12:00-1:00 PM ET. The inaugural conversation, What Proportion of Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer is Potentially Preventable Based on Family History and Genetics?, will be hosted by the Family History & Early Age Onset Strategic Priority Team and will feature Heather Hampel, MS, LGC, of City of Hope National Medical Center and co-chair of the Strategic Priority Team, who will present findings from the recent publication, A High Percentage of Early-age Onset Colorectal Cancer Is Potentially Preventable, published in Gastroenterology.
Registration is open to NCCRT members and CDC’s Colorectal Cancer Control Program and Comprehensive Cancer Control Program grantees. Not yet an NCCRT member? Now’s the time to apply! Email email@example.com.