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Circle of Life Curriculum


The National Native Network, the American Indian Cancer Foundation, and the Indian Health Service Health Promotion and Disease Prevention are partnering to host a seven-part webinar series focused on sharing important cancer information with health system staff. 

What is the Circle of Life?

The American Cancer Society Circle of Life Initiative was developed with American Indian and Alaska Native communities to provide cancer education using a holistic and culturally tailored approach for individuals, families, and tribes to make healthy choices and stay well.


Publication Year: 
2020-01-01 00:00:00
Resource(s) on...: 
Cancer - General
Cultural competency
Patient Education
Quality of life/palliative/hospice care
Screening and detection initiatives
Publishing Organization(s): 
Other - Networks
Target Location(s): 
Tribes/Tribal organizations - General
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Cherokee Nation
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Fond du Lac Reservation
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Northern Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
Tribes/Tribal organizations - South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency
Tribes/Tribal organizations - Tohono O'Odham Nation
Target Population(s): 
American Indian or Alaska Native