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Welcome to the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership’s Resource Library. You can search this collection of CCC resources and tools using the CCCNP priority areas below, or you can scroll down to browse all resources.

If you are looking for additional CCC resources outside of the priority areas, including categories based on National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Library of Indicators and Data Sources (LIDs), please visit the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center’s Cancer Control Technical Assistance Portal (TAP) Resource Repository.

Examples of resources include research reports, toolkits, fact sheets and infographics, as well as sample program plans and guides for developing new programs. We regularly add new resources, so check back often!

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Format: 2022
Title Description Year
Cancer Coalition Identity and Branding Webinar Brief

This brief is a companion to the Cancer Coalition Identity and Branding Webinar that was presented in September 2017. Designed to present actions that can be taken by a cancer coalition to garner the attention and support of the public, the brief provides guidance in developing a unique identity, creating a strong brand, and preparing clear marketing messages.  Embedded within the document is a link to the webinar.

Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T

Links to Comprehensive Cancer Control Resources for public health professionals

CDC 2016 Cancer Summit REPORT - Looking Back and Looking Ahead: Collaborating to Advance Cancer Control in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2016 Cancer Summit titled “Looking Back and Looking Ahead: The State of Cancer Control in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities” convened current and former Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC) tribal grantees from five CDC regions, CDC staff and Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership members from April 26 to 28, 2016 at the Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City, Michigan. The summit provided a forum for open dialogue about topics of interest as well as an opportunity to work together in teams to collaboratively identify priority areas and strategies for cancer prevention control in Indian Country for the next decade.  This summit followed the September 2005 summit in Tucson, Arizona and the June 2009 summit in Denver, Colorado.

Keynote speakers and panelists provided information and insight at the beginning to set the tone for succeeding discussions among DCPC Tribal grantees by CDC regions. These discussions culminated in the creation of action plans to improve outcomes in cancer control for American Indian and Alaska Native communities over the next ten years.

This report, developed by George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center, summarizes summit proceedings, presentation highlights and key decisions made by attendees, as well as evaluation results completed and generated by attendees.

To view the photo gallery, media release and speaker presentations, visit National Native Network.



CDC’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Branch Program Evaluation Toolkit

CDC’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Branch Program Evaluation Toolkit helps grantees plan and implement evaluations of their NCCCP-funded programs. The toolkit provides general guidance on evaluation principles and techniques, as well as practical templates and tools. It has five main sections:

  1. Evaluation Primer: Introduces key evaluation concepts.
  2. How to Evaluate Your CCC Program: Walks users through the application of the CDC framework and includes a set of tools and templates that can be used to conduct evaluation activities.
  3. Glossary.
  4. For Further Study: Presents a list of additional resources and selected training opportunities.
  5. Toolkit Evaluation: Explains how CDC will conduct future evaluations of this resource.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HPV Resources

HPV resources for parents and the public, healthcare professionals and for partners and programs

Cervical Cancer and HPV Vaccination Disparities in South Carolina

This project is designed to identify existing initiatives targeting cervical cancer prevention and control in rural South Carolina.

Closing in on the Bull's Eye: Moving from Volume to Value through HPV Vaccination

Published in American Medical Group Association’s Group Practice Journal, this article by AMGA and the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable makes the case for why health systems hold the key to preventing and eliminating HPV cancers.

Colon Cancer Videos

Thanks to improvements in prevention, early detection, and treatment, more than a million people in the US count themselves as survivors of colon or rectum cancer (also called colorectal cancer). The videos in the collection below explain colon cancer risk factors, screening tests, and treatments. There are also personal stories from colon cancer survivors.

ColonMD: Clinicians' Information Source

Health care professionals play the most important role in getting people screened for colorectal cancer. The American Cancer Society offers free materials to help you encourage colorectal cancer screening among your patients to reach the goal of an 80% screening rate.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Social Media Toolkit 2019

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month is an annual observance held throughout the month of March. This toolkit is designed to help stakeholders implement evidence-based practices when communicating about colorectal cancer. It can also help you plan, implement and evaluate your social media strategy and make the case for why it's important.



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