Rural Health Issues Summit Report (2009)
The NCCRT, in collaboration the Center for Colon Cancer Research, USC, hosted a rural health issues summit. The purpose of the summit was to:
Boston Site Visit Report (2008)
The NCCRT, in collaboration with the Harvard School of Public Health-Division of Public Health Practice, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and the Boston Medical Center, convened local, state, and national leaders to discuss colorectal cancer programs in Massachusetts, and in particular those in Boston.
White Paper on Public Awareness
A draft white paper on public awareness and corresponding slide set is now available that reviews existing education research and programs designed to increase colorectal cancer screening awareness and/or utilization.
Rural Messaging Campaign Kit
The goal of the kit is to provide a variety of tools focused on messaging for rural communities to leverage in increasing public awareness about this preventable disease.
Electronic Medical Records Report (2009)
The Electronic Medical Records Report is designed to help both the clinician who already has an electronic medical record and one who is considering buying one.
Issue Brief on Cost Sharing for Preventive Services in the Private Sector Setting (2012)
The Affordable Care Act requires that private plans provide all US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended preventative services with no cost sharing, including screening for colorectal cancer.
Family PLZ! Resources
Family PLZ! is an NCCRT colorectal cancer awareness campaign with a special focus on family history that targets the younger population.
Coverage of Colorectal Cancer Media Audit
The NCCRT sought to examine colorectal cancer messaging in television and print media. The purpose was to describe and categorize content in articles or transcripts providing relevant colorectal cancer information and address two guiding research questions:
Audit of Colorectal Cancer Online Conversations
This report summarizes an audit of online conversations about colorectal cancer to better understand how people are talking about colorectal cancer in online spaces and better position ourselves for future outreach opportunities.
Summit on Implementing High Quality Stool Blood Testing Programs (2009)
In 2009, NCCRT's Quality Assurance Task Group convened a summit to develop guidance on implementing high quality stool blood testing programs.
Management of Small Polyps (2009)
In 2009, the NCCRT convened a workshop to develop an evidence and expert opinion guideline on the management of small polyps. This slide set summarizes the findings from the workshop.
Survey On Colorectal Cancer Screening And Gastroenterology, Surgery and Radiology Trainees (2008)
This report is the result of a national survey to learn about colorectal cancer screening perceptions and practices among trainees who perform colorectal cancer screening tests including those enrolled in Gastroenterology and Hepatology (GIH), General and Colorectal Surgery, and Diagnostic and Abdominal Radiology training programs.
Survey on Colorectal Cancer Screening and Primary Care Residents (2008)
This report is the result of a national survey of colorectal cancer screening education, prioritization, and self-perceived preparedness among resident physicians in Family Practice (FP), Internal Medicine (IM), and Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN) training programs.
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