Resource Listing

March 9, 2022
This document was produced by the Iowa Cancer Consortium Policy Workgroup as a resource for Consortium members and other cancer control advocates who are interested in how policy can reduce cancer-related disparities.
March 3, 2022
The NCCRT’s Resource Center offers partners the opportunity to identify, select and ultimately adopt evidence-based innovations and tools to increase quality colorectal cancer screening in a range of settings and populations.
March 3, 2022
This collection of information from the National Native Network and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a quitline and posters with tips for quitting smoking in a variety of languages.
February 22, 2022
The Tips® campaign can help people in your own community quit smoking.
February 22, 2022
The Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS) focuses on cancer control priorities, cross-collaboration, and innovative solutions in implementation science (IS).
November 16, 2021
At CDC, we are committed to ensuring every person has the opportunity to live a healthy life. To that end, CDC—as the nation’s leading public health agency—has established this web portal, “Racism and Health” to serve as a hub for our activities, promote a public discourse on how racism negatively…
November 11, 2021
Many CDC programs have developed evaluation materials to assist them and/or their grantees with evaluation.
November 11, 2021
This interactive database provides national and state-level data about the health status and behaviors of Americans as well as environmental or policy supports. Categories include breastfeeding, fruits and vegetables, physical activity, sugar drinks, television watching, and obesity/weight.…
November 11, 2021
The ideas people have about health, the languages they use, the health literacy skills they have, and the contexts in which they communicate about health reflect their cultures. Your organization can become more health literate and increase its communication effectiveness when your staff recognizes…
November 11, 2021
Search for specific guidance across CDC web pages and documents to communicate about COVID-19.