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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.
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|National Minority Health Month and Minority Cancer Awareness Week Social Media Toolkit||
This toolkit is designed to help stakeholders implement evidence-based practices when communicating about the importance of addressing health disparities in order to advance health equity. It can also help you plan, implement and evaluate your social media strategy and make the case for why it’s important. Public health professionals, cancer control professionals, cancer centers, coalitions, community-based organizations and other stakeholders can use this toolkit and adapt its messaging for their unique audiences and areas of expertise.
|NIAM Blog Series 2017: Turning the Tide on HPV Vaccination Rates||
Throughout the month of August, NACCHO’s National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) Blog Series highlights the importance of immunizations across the lifespan. This week’s NIAM Blog Series post takes us to Florida, where high rates of human papilloma virus (HPV)-associated cancers and low HPV vaccination rates led the Florida Department of Health in Broward County (DOH-Broward) to take action.
|Policy, Systems and Environmental Change Resource Guide||
The Policy, Systems and Environmental Change (PSE) Resource Guide is the result of several years of collaboration between the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partners and select CCC Program PSE demonstration projects. While working together, additional resources were identified to support various phases of the PSE process. The purpose of the Resource Guide is to provide models and tools to assist you with planning and implementing your PSE agenda.
The Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) National Partnership is an influential group of organizations that use their strengths within the cancer community to change the course of the cancer burden in the U.S. Sixteen leading cancer organizations have joined together to facilitate and maintain CCC coalitions. These coalitions develop and sustain implementation of CCC plans at the state, tribe, territory, U.S. Pacific Island Jurisdiction, and local levels. CCC coalitions are change agents and have a strong affect on important cancer challenges facing the U.S. today. If you would like more information, please visit the CCC National Partnership website at http://cccnationalpartners.org/.
|Policy, Systems and Environmental Change: Effectively Engaging Your Coalition When Working with the Media||
Policy, Systems and Environmental Change: Effectively Engaging Your Coalition When Working with the Media is a resource that coalitions and policy committees or task force groups can use to achieve their healthy community goals. Media plays a major role in shaping our perceptions and influencing our decisions. Information in the media impacts public understanding of health, which in turn, affects health beliefs, health behaviors, health care practices, and policy- making. As public health practitioners continue to shift their focus towards physical, social, environmental, and political factors that affect health, media engagement has become a vital part of any health campaign or practice. The purpose of this guide is to provide coalitions with information and tools they can use to organize their media efforts and maximize their success. It serves as a companion to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Media Plan Guidance: How to create and implement an effective media plan and the Policy Systems and Environmental Change Resource Guide.
|Program Evaluation Framework-Based Materials||
These resources present the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Evaluation Framework in a variet of different contexts and formats.
|Promoting Existing Comprehensive Cancer Control Successes: A Communications Framework for Comprehensive Cancer Control Programs||
Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) programs and coalitions are developing strategies and implementing interventions that are successfully impacting policy, systems, and environmental changes and influencing health behaviors. Although the many accomplishments have been documented by CCC programs and coalitions through the creation of success stories, publicizing and disseminating the stories can pose a challenge. Promoting Existing Comprehensive Cancer Control Successes provides a framework that can guide CCC programs and cancer coalitions in sharing their success stories with a broad audience. It is based on interviews conducted with representatives from CCC Programs and cancer coalitions who shared their experiences in successfully promoting their stories.
|Provider Education Training to Improve Mental Health Care of Cancer Survivors||
The Provider Education for Mental Health Care of Cancer Survivors (EMHCCS) Training was created to support health care providers, improve knowledge about cancer survivors’ mental health care, and promote recommended distress screening.
|Research-Tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) for Improving the Psychosocial Care and Mental Health of Cancer Survivors||
These Research-Tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) from the National Cancer Institute are designed to improve the psychosocial and mental health of cancer survivors.
|Safely Resuming and Promoting Cancer Screening During the COVD-19 Pandemic||
The American Cancer Society developed these reports to summarize the current situation and to provide guidance on how public health agencies, health care providers, and screening advocates across the nation can promote and deliver cancer screening appropriately, safely, and equitably during the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Sustaining Coalitions Zoom Meet-Up Summary Notes - Session 1||
On May 15, 2019, the Sustaining Coalitions Work Group of the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership (CCCNP) held their first quarterly Zoom meet-up session for coalition and program leadership as well as CCCNP member organizations.
The purpose of this meet-up was to gather input from coalition leaders about what they would like to see in these meet-ups. Participants expressed wanting to use their time together to: