Since the release of the Nine Habits of Successful Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions (9 Habits), the evidence-based, comprehensive and interconnected characteristics of successful coalitions have helped maintain active and thriving coalitions across states, tribes, territories and Pacific Island Jurisdictions.
In summer 2018, the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership (CCCNP) conducted a three-part "refresher" series on the 9 Habits. The topics were identified as most important to address based on feedback from Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) coalitions. View the archived webinars below to explore the activities and attributes that make for stronger coalitions poised to address cancer-related needs and health disparities. The primary audience for this series are the state, tribes, territories and Pacific Island Jurisdiction CCC Program Directors and members of their CCC coalitions.
Archives: Habit #5: Diversified Resources
- what we mean by diversified funding/resources,
- how coalitions can identify and secure resources for their CCC plan implementation, and
- innovative ways coalitions have supported CCC plan implementation
View the archived webinar by visiting: bit.ly/9HabitsWebinar3Archive
The second webinar in the series covered Habit 9, which emphasizes determining cancer plan priorities and developing effective work plans.
The conversation was led by Nikki Campbell, health education specialist for the State of Montana Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, manager for the Montana Cancer Coalition (MTCC) and state liasion for the Montana American Indian Women's Health Coalition.
Nikki led a nuts-and-bolts discussion around:
- choosing and regularly updating work priorities,
- identifying essential work plan components, and
- examining how successful coalitions choose priorities, use work plans and track progress on work plans
View the archived webinar by visiting: bit.ly/9HabitsWebinar2Archive
Archives: Habit #1: Empowering Leadership - How Your Unique Leadership Style Can Transform Cancer Control
The first webinar in the series covered leadership that supports effective implementation of evidence-based cancer control programs. There is an increasing body of literature that lends support to the fact that empowering leadership (habit #1) can support the distinct roles you play while leading cancer control programs.
This dynamic conversation was led by two seasoned cancer control practitioners known for their innovation and dynamism, Kelly Sitting, Executive Director of the Iowa Cancer Consortium and Jennifer Redmond Knight, Assistant Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health, and Co-Principal Investigator, Kentucky Cancer Consortium.
The webinar features an interactive discussion around:
- developing your own leadership style,
- leveraging your strengths to foster a culture of empowering leadership within your coalitions, and
- lessons learned along the way
View the archived webinar by visiting bit.ly/9HabitsWebinar1Archive.