CRC News: November 22, 2021
Deadline Extended: Nominations for the 2022 80% in Every Community National Achievement Awards
It’s not too late to get your nominations in for the 2022 80% in Every Community National Achievement Awards! You now have until end of day Monday, November 29th to submit your nominations for individuals or organizations that are dedicating their time, talent and expertise to advancing needed initiatives that support the shared goal to reach colorectal screening rates of 80% and higher in communities across the nation. Self-nominations are also accepted!
Visit the awards webpage to learn about contest rules, prizes and recognition, and to submit your nomination. The top nominee will receive a $3,000 donation to support their efforts (see the website for details and exceptions).
The 80% in Every Community National Achievement Awards program is made possible in part by support from our sponsors. Thank you to Guardant Health for sponsoring the 2022 awards program!
The 2021 80% in Every Community Conference & NCCRT Annual Meeting Was a Success!
Thank you so much to those of you that were able to join us live for the 2021 80% in Every Community Conference & NCCRT Annual Meeting (virtual, Nov. 15-17)! It was a dynamic program with expert presentations, interactive discussion, and three—yes three!—musical performances. We are incredibly grateful to our Planning Committee and Steering Committee for their thoughtful planning, to our speakers for their inspiring presentations, to our sponsors for their generous support, and to our members and 80% partners for their active engagement. Thank you!
Session Slides & Recordings: Session recordings are now available to those that registered for the event on the conference website. Click on “Schedule” at the top to find the “On Demand” recordings. (This is available to any registrant whether you attended or not, but unfortunately we do not have a way of granting access to individuals that did not register.) In the next couple weeks, we will also host the recordings and PDF copies of the slides on the NCCRT website, www.nccrt.org, where they will be accessible long-term. We will update you in this newsletter when these are available.