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2015 Dialogue for Action

2015 Dialogue for Action® – Expanding Access Through Innovation

The Dialogue is an essential conference for those passionate about cancer screening. You can exchange ideas with primary care physicians, medical specialists, individuals working in medical technology, nurses, advocates, survivors, patient navigators, health services researchers and public health professionals, all in one place.

Here is some feedback from our 2015 Dialogue attendees:

“The Dialogue agenda was fabulous this year, filled with interesting and entertaining presentations given by very knowledgeable and passionate presenters…The Dialogue conversations are always wonderful and both the opening and closing plenaries were phenomenal.”

“The speakers were very knowledgeable about their topics. There were opportunities to ask questions. There was a lot of information shared that was pertinent to my job.”

The 2015 Dialogue for Action®Expanding Access Through Innovation featured the following topics:

  • Increasing Access to Health Care Through Innovative Policies and Programs
  • The Next Generation of Screening Modalities
  • Viruses and Cancer
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Opportunities and Challenges for Cancer Screening
  • Patient Engagement
  • Mobile Health
  • Big Data
  • Year Two of Affordable Care Act Reforms in States

2015 Dialogue Resources

Overview
Agenda
Speaker Slides
Posters
Networking Resource Guide

Additional Resources

Breast Cancer

Big Data

Colorectal Cancer

Dialogue Blog 

Cervical cancer screening technology comes to Rwanda Nov. 19, 2015

What do a cancer researcher from New York City and a CEO from a biotech firm in Israel have in common? Read more

Looking towards the 2016 Dialogue for Action® conference Jul. 22, 2015

Next year’s “can’t miss” Dialogue for Action on Cancer Screening will take place April 6 – 8, 2016, at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore. Read more

Technology and health disparities Apr. 16, 2015

Minorities and other underserved or vulnerable communities have often experienced both concentrated poverty and isolation from knowledge and resources, and thus we see higher rates of cancer incidences and deaths than from other populations. Read more

Highlights from Day 3 Apr. 25, 2015

The final day of the conference kicked off with a humorous and enlightening presentation by the Deputy Surgeon General of the United States, Rear Admiral Boris Lushniak, M.D., M.P.H. Last year while serving as Surgeon General, RADM Lushniak issued the Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer. Read more

Highlights from Day 2 Apr. 24, 2015

President and founder, Carolyn “Bo” Aldigé opened the conference today by highlighting the recent public figures who spoke publicly about taking preventative measures and getting screened on cancer prevention and early detection, including Taylor Swift, Angelina Joli-Pitt and Rita Wilson. Read more

Highlights from Day 1 Apr. 23, 2015

The 2015 Dialogue for Action® conference on cancer screening started out with a bang. Read more

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