New Publication: Diving Deeper into Distress Screening Implementation in Oncology Care

Elizabeth A. Rohan PhD, MSW; Jennifer E. Boehm MPH; Ruvini Samarasinha, MPH; Karen Stachon; M. Shayne Galloway, PhD, MPH; Grace Huang PhD; Diane Ng MPH; & Nanmathi Manian, PHD This study sought to understand distress screening (DS) processes within oncology facilities to inform high-quality psychosocial care.  This is a qualitative inquiry with oncology staff to […]

CADCA: Barriers and Successful Strategies for Engaging Rural Populations in State Comprehensive Cancer Control Planning: Program Manager Perspectives

Monday, September 25, 2023 11 am – 12:30 pm ET This webinar will share findings from interviews with comprehensive cancer control program directors regarding planning processes.  This will include barriers, successful strategies, and strategies for future plan development. REGISTER HERE

CDC: Empower Vape-Free Youth

On September 4, 2023, CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health launched a new campaign, Empower Vape-Free Youth. This campaign builds on the Emerging Tobacco Products and the Protecting Young People from E-cigarettes communication initiatives.  The goal of the Empower Vape-Free Youth campaign is to empower educators to speak with youth about the risks of e-cigarettes […]

GW Cancer – New Prostate Cancer Awareness Campaign

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month! Looking for evidence-based communications?  Visit the Cancer Control TAP website to see our new Prostate Cancer Awareness Campaign!  You’ll find best practices for communicating about prostate cancer, tips for communicating with diverse audiences, and more!  Check it out today!

My Family Health Portrait: Cancer Mobile App

CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control launched a new mobile app, My Family Health Portrait: Cancer (MFHP: Cancer), that helps individuals collect their family’s history of cancer and learn their risk for breast, ovarian, and colorectal cancers. It also encourages those with increased risk to talk to their health care provider about their risk […]

Career Opportunities

California Rural Indian Health Board and National Council for Mental Wellbeing are now hiring! Please apply or share widely with your colleagues, partners, and friends! The California Rural Indian Health Board has a number of positions open and available!  Below is a list of highlighted opportunities.  A full list of CRIHB’s career opportunities is available […]

By the Sea Arts and Seafood Festival

The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium will be at the “By the Sea” Arts and Seafood Festival August 11 – 12, 2023. SEARHC will be sharing information on: Cigarette butt/vape pod pollution in the oceans and food we eat Smoking cessation information (cost calculators, referral cards, etc.) HPV Vaccination outreach and education To learn more […]

More Kids Are Being Exposed to Toxic E-Cigarette Nicotine

By Catherine Pearson Original Article from New York Times Here: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is reminding caregivers to store tobacco vaping cartridges safely to prevent children from being poisoned by the liquid inside, noting that e-cigarette exposures have increased sharply over the last year. A newsletter published last week by the F.D.A. included data […]

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Request for Concepts:  Community-Based Interventions to Address Health Disparities for Indigenous Lung Cancer Patients by the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation | DUE DATE SEPTEMBER 29, 2023 | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER