GW Cancer Center

December 3, 2021
This report provides a brief overview of GW Cancer Center comprehensive cancer control technical assistance project, "Building Cancer Control Capacity: Scaling Evidence to Practice to Advance Health Equity." The purpose of this summary is to give an outline of activities and progress in Year 03 (…
November 29, 2021
This “I Want You to Know” printable card can help patients begin a conversation with their provider about their identity and care preferences. Versions of the cards are available in English, Spanish and Chinese (simplified).
November 29, 2021
This toolkit, and accompanying Provider Tools resource, offer help with implementing the American Cancer Society cancer survivorship care guidelines for colorectal, head and neck and prostate cancers and the American Cancer Society/American Society of Clinical Oncology cancer survivorship care…
November 29, 2021
This toolkit guides states in advancing patient navigation.
November 22, 2021
Seven Steps for Policy, Systems and Environmental Change: Worksheets for Action is a companion guide to both Action4PSEChange.org and the accompanying Action for PSE Change: A Training, to assist comprehensive cancer control professionals in planning, designing, implementing and evaluating PSE…
November 12, 2021
This cervical cancer awareness month campaign can help your organization implement evidence-based practices when communicating about cervical cancer.
November 10, 2021
In 2021, the GW Cancer Center transitioned its social media toolkits to web-based health awareness campaigns. While new campaigns are being added regularly, we offer a social media toolkit archive to assist in your continued communication efforts.
November 9, 2021
This webinar discussed tools to help healthcare providers manage emotionally charged interactions.
November 9, 2021
This webinar from the GW Cancer Center will validate the experiences of many professional cancer caregivers during the pandemic.
October 19, 2021
This lung cancer awareness month campaign can help your organization implement evidence-based practices when communicating about lung cancer in November.