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2020 Toolkit | Prevent Cancer Dialogue

2020 Prevent Cancer Dialogue

The Prevent Cancer Dialogue Toolkit contains materials from the 2020 virtual conference which can serve as resources for you and your colleagues to enhance or expand the work you do in cancer screening or prevention in workplaces or communities.

To learn about evidence-based interventions and collaborations in communities working on cancer screening and prevention, view the posters and presentations that were presented throughout the 2020 Dialogue.

Part 1: Cervical Cancer and HPV (June 17)

Part 2: Innovative Technologies to Expand Cancer Screening (June 24)

Part 3: Challenges and Opportunities for Cancer Prevention and Screening in Indian Country (July 1)

Posters from All Three Prevent Cancer Dialogue Webcasts


Part 1: Cervical Cancer and HPV

Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 12:30-4:30 p.m. ET

Agenda | Speaker bios

Part 1A: Moderated Panel on Cervical Cancer and HPV

Part 1B – Meeting the Needs for Cervical Cancer Screening in Underserved Communities: A Conversation Among Peers

Part 1C – Poster Presentations on Community Health Initiatives

Speaker slides

HPV Uptake Communication in the Social Media Environment
Sunny Jung Kim, PhD, MS, MA
VCU Massey Cancer Center, Virginia Commonwealth University

At-Home Screening for Cervical Cancer
Rachel Winer, PhD, MPH
University of Washington School of Public Health  

The Natural History and Epidemiology of HPV and Cervical Cancer
Ellen Baker, MD, MPH  
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center 

Speaker Responses to Additional Questions

Speaker responses from Part 1

Resources

The following resources are provided by Rachel Rupright, MSW, New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Cancer Prevention and Control, as part of her poster presentation, Cancer Prevention in Action: A Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Approach in New York State.

Paid Leave for Cancer Screening Sample Policy

Outdoor Worksite Sun Safety Sample Policy

Child Care Sun Safety Sample Policy

Results of the conversation on Meeting the Needs for Cervical Cancer Screening in Underserved Communities: A Conversation Among Peers

Cervical Cancer Strategies


Part 2: Innovative Technologies to Expand Cancer Screening

Wednesday, June 24, 2020, 12:30-4:30 p.m. ET

Agenda | Speaker bios

Part 2A: Moderated Panel on Innovative Technologies to Expand Cancer Screening 

Part 2B [SPONSORED]: Putting the Patient First: A Fireside Chat on the Promise and Challenges of Blood-Based Cancer Screening, Sponsored by Guardant Health

Part 2C: Poster Presentations on Cancer Prevention and Screening 

Speaker slides

Women-Inspired Strategies for Health (WISH)
Nimmi Ramanujam, PhD
Duke University

Screening for Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer: A Comprehensive Solution for Better Outcomes
Petra Wilder Smith DDS, PhD
Beckman Laser Institute, University of California, Irvine

Breast cancer screening in high risk and symptomatic Nigerian women
T. Peter Kingham, MD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Speaker Responses to Additional Questions

Speaker responses from Part 2


Part 3: Challenges and Opportunities for Cancer Prevention and Screening in Indian Country

Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 12:30-4:30 p.m. ET

Agenda | Speaker bios | AI/AN Resources

Part 3A: Moderated Panel on Challenges and Opportunities for Cancer Prevention and Screening in Indian Country

Part 3B [SPONSORED]: Multi-Cancer Early Detection: Innovations in Blood-Based Screening, Sponsored by Grail

Part 3C: Peer-To-Peer Sharing of Information and Updates About Cancer Screening Programs in Indian Country 

Part 3D: Poster Presentations on Rural Topics 

Speaker slides

Clinical Trials, Pandemics, and Sovereignty: Tribal Governance and Community Education
Rodney C. Haring, PhD, MSW, Seneca/Beaver Clan
Roswell Park Center for Indigenous Cancer Research

Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Health in Indian Country
Donald Warne, MD, MPH, Oglala Lakota 
UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences

Colorectal Cancer in the Northern Plains American Indians
Tinka Duran, MPH, Rosebud Sioux
Great Plains Colorectal Cancer Screening Initiative (GPCCSI)

Speaker Responses to Additional Questions

Speaker responses from Part 3

Resources

Regional Differences In Coverage Among American Indians And Alaska Natives Before And After The ACA
By Leah Frerichs, Ronny Bell, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Daniel Reuland, and Donald Warne
HEALTH AFFAIRS 38, NO. 9 (2019): 1542–1549, ©2019 Project HOPE—The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc. DOI: 10.1377/hlthaff.2019.00076

Impact of ACA Repeal on American Indians and Alaska Natives
Prepared by: Donald Warne, MD, MPH (Oglala Lakota), Professor and Chair, Department of Public Health, North Dakota State University; Devin Delrow, JD (Dine’), Director of Federal Relations, National Indian Health Board; Carolyn Angus-Hornbuckle, JD (Mohawk), Director of Public Health Policy and Programs, National Indian Health Board; Brett Lee Shelton, JD, MA (Oglala Lakota), Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund
March 2017

Health insurance coverage among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the context of the Affordable Care Act
Leah Frerichs, Ronny Bell, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Dan Reuland & Donald K. Warne
Ethnicity & Health, Received 15 Nov 2018, Accepted 27 May 2019, Published online: 10 Jun 2019. DOI: 10.1080/13557858.2019.1625873

Checklist for Increased Screening
Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board
This tool is for internal clinical purposes. It can be used as a pre-/post- assessment of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening processes.

Results of the Peer-to-Peer Sharing of Information and Updates About Cancer Screening Programs in Indian Country

AI/AN Strategies


Posters from All Three Prevent Cancer Dialogue Webcasts 

Barriers to Preventive Cancer Screenings Due to Coding and Billing of Claims
Ann Kelly, RN; Heather Quinn; Patrick Smith; Shasta Pack
Kentucky Department of Insurance Market Conduct Examiners

The Breast Health Platica Project: A Multi-Level Community Engaged Initiative to Enhance Cancer Prevention & Screening Among Hispanic/Latina Women in New Mexico
Dr. Elba L. Saavedra Ferrer, Dr. Belinda Vicuña Tellez, Patricia Corona, Yesenia Hernandez, Cathy Landavazo, Jonathan Hernandez, & Stephanie Mirabal
College of Education, University of New Mexico

Building Community Capacity for Sustainable Cancer Control Interventions in Appalachian Virginia
Kathleen J. Porter, PhD RD; Emma M. Mitchell, PhD, MSN, RN; Donna Jean P. Brock, MA; Noelle Voges, MPH; Lindsay Hauser, MS; Zilipah N. Cruz, MSN, RN; Jamie Zoellner PhD RD
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia School of Medicine; University of Virginia School of Nursing; Office of Outreach and Engagement, University of Virginia Cancer Center; Ballad Health Cancer Center

Cancer Prevention in Action: A Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Approach in New York State
Rachel Hye Youn Rupright, MSW | Katherine Pfisterer, MPH | Suzanne Kuon, MS
New York State Department of Health

Effectiveness and Costs of Tailored Reminders to Increase Return of Fecal Immunochemical Tests
Mary Ellen Conn, MS, Sujha Subramanian, PhD, Florence K. Tangka, MS, PhD, Susan Eason, MA, Sonja Hoover, MPP, Dannell Boatman, MS, Stephenie Kennedy Rea, EdD, MA
Cancer Prevention and Control, West Virginia University, RTI International, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Examining JUUL Awareness, Interest, and Use among U.S. Young Adults: Evidence to inform Risk Communication Messaging
Lilianna Phan, PhD, MPH, MS; Ricardo Ramirez; Andrea C. Johnson, PhD, MPH; Darren Mays, PhD, MPH
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University Medical Center

Exploring Patients’ Perceptions of a Mailed FIT Pilot Intervention in a Southern Rural Colorectal Cancer Hotspot
Deeonna E. Farr, DrPH, MPH CHES; Jukelia J. Bess; Lataysha L. James MPH; Jennifer Richmond, MSPH; Renée M. Ferrari, PhD, MPH; Alexis A. Moore, MPH; Teri L. Malo, PhD; Alison T. Brenner, PhD, MPH; Ronny A. Bell, PhD, MS; Daniel S. Reuland, MD, MPH
Department of Health Education and Promotion, East Carolina University, Center for Health Disparities, East Carolina University, Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan, Department of Health Behavior, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Public Health, East Carolina University

Peer Learning Collaborative: A Tool for Quality Improvement
Allison Antoine, CHES, A. Michelle Corbett, MPH, CHES, David Frazer, MPH, Carrie Stehman, MA, Danielle Washington, BS, Noelle K. LoConte, MD
Center for Urban Population Health, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health, Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative, UW Carbone Cancer Center

Primary Care Physicians’ Perceptions of an Electronic Medical Record Embedded Decision Support Tool for Prostate Cancer Screening – A Focus Group Study
Sigrid V. Carlsson MD PhD MPH, Tiffany Le BS, Junaid Nabi MD MPH, Andrew Vickers PhD, Mark Preston MD MPH, Behfar Ehdaie MD MPH, Deepak Malhotra, Michael Healey MD, Adam Kibel MD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Project DELIVER: Decreasing and Eliminating Liver Cancer by Increasing Viral Hepatitis Testing and Educational Resources
Halimatou Konte, MD; Danait Yemane, MPH; Prashant Puttagunta B.S; Mulusew Bekele, MPH; Kim Nichols, ScM, MPH
African Services Committee, Coalition Against Hepatitis for People of African Origin (CHIPO)

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