Developing State-Level Colorectal Cancer Coalitions – May 2, 2018
Developing State-Level Colorectal Cancer Coalitions (Roundtables) – May 2, 2018
This webinar was a repeat of one of our most highly rated workshops from the 2017 Annual Meeting. This webinar unveiled the new Guide to the Development of State Level Colorectal Cancer Coalitions as well as a companion piece, an action-oriented summary report and workbook. The webinar begins by taking a look at the ten tasks which help coalitions initiate, maintain, and grow their efforts. Then, presenters speak to their experiences and lessons learned from two states, Kentucky and California. These two states were some of the earliest leaders in establishing successful state level colorectal cancer coalitions, and their expertise was instrumental in the development of these resources.
- Caleb Levell, Program Manager, National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable (Presenter/Moderator)
- Katie Bathje, MA, Program Director of the Kentucky Cancer Consortium
- Shauntay Davis, MPH, Program Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Control Program at the California Department of Public Health
Blue Star Conversations – February 21, 2024
This Blue Star Conversation featured a case study in the ACS NCCRT’s recently published Tailoring Colorectal Cancer Screening Messaging: A Practical Coalition Guide, and focused on key tangible actions for coalitions looking to reach specific populations and increase colorectal cancer screening in those populations.
2023 Lead Time Messaging Guidebook
This Guidebook is intended to provide you with information and tools to motivate individuals at average and heightened risk for CRC to discuss screening prior to the recommended screening age. Our belief is that this will increase the likelihood that they will prioritize getting screened on-time for CRC.
Tailoring Colorectal Cancer Screening Messaging: A Practical Coalition Guide
This step-by-step guide is targeted at coalitions who are looking to make highly effective campaigns to increase colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates in their communities, especially for those hardest to reach, illustrated by case studies.