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MIYO (Make It Your Own) webinar

MIYO (Make It Your Own) webinar
The New York State Department of Health invites you to watch a replay of their October 5th, 2016 webinar, Create Patient Education Media Like a Pro with MIYO (Make it Your Own).

Hear from the creators of MIYO about how you can create and customize culturally-appropriate materials that promote cancer screening and healthy behaviors. The webinar included a focus on the “80% by 2018” colorectal cancer screening initiative. Interested users are encouraged to visit and register for an account to start using the system. You can direct feedback or questions about MIYO to [email protected].

The webinar represents a state partnership between the NYSDOH, American Cancer Society-Eastern Division, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Community Health Care Association of NYS, the NYS Cancer Consortium, the Health Center Network of NY and the Community Healthcare Network.

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Please allow a few minutes for your computer to load the presentation/recording. For any technical questions about the webinar or the recording, contact [email protected] with the subject line ‘MIYO Webinar’.

Thank you to Heather Dacus, DO, MPH, Director, Bureau of Cancer Prevention and Control at the New York State Department of Health and NCCRT Steering Committee member, for sharing this educational opportunity!



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