Welcome to the GW Cancer Control TAP Resource Repository! You can search this collection of CCC resources and tools using the categories below, or you can scroll down to browse the resources. Examples of resources include research reports, toolkits, fact sheets and infographics, as well as sample program plans and guides for developing new programs. We regularly add new resources, and you can submit your own as well.
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|Affordable Care Act Opportunities for Community Health Workers: How Medicaid Preventive Services, Medicaid Health Homes, and State Innovation Models are Including Community Health Workers||
Article published by Amy Katzen and Maggie Morgan from Health Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard University.
|Affordable Care Act Resources Provided by Academic Health Department Learning Community Members||
On September 25, 2013, the Academic Health Department (AHD) Learning Community held a special meeting to exploreopportunities for AHDs to play a role in health reform. At this meeting, participants were invited to share resources related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Resources identified during or following the meeting are provided here.
|Affordable Care Act Rules on Expanding Access to Preventive Services for Women||
Fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services describing the Affordable Care Act's impact on preventative services for women.
|Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition (ACCCC)||
Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition (ACCCC) section of Alabama Department of Health website.
|Alaska Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan||
The Alaska Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2016 - 2020 is a living document comprised of six broad goals for reducing the burden of cancer for Alaskans. In order to meet these goals, the plan includes specific objectives, strategies, and measurable outcomes for the next five years. The chapters included in this Plan reflect the full continuum of cancer prevention and control from health promotion and advocacy, prevention, screening and early detection, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship, as system-level evaluation and surveillance efforts.
|Alaska Comprehensive Cancer Partnership||
Alaska Comprehensive Cancer Partnership section of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health website.
|Alaska Native Tobacco Prevention Community Toolkit||
The Alaska Native Tobacco Prevention Toolkit is for community grantees of the State of Alaska, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program and anyone who seeks to work with tribes in their journey to become tobacco-free.
This toolkit shares resources and ideas for working within a variety of settings in tribal communities, such as health clinics and schools. The purpose of this toolkit is to guide you through the process of how, as a grantee, you can assist a tribe, a tribal organization, or a tribal business in working towards implementation of evidence-based tobacco prevention strategies. The toolkit was prepared by the State of Alaska Tobacco Prevention and Control Program and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) tobacco technical assistance team.
As you work with different tribal communities or tribal organizations, you will come to understand how each one is unique and may require more or less effort as they work to establish a smokefree and tobacco-free policy.
|Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Cancer Program||
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Cancer Program website.
|Alcohol Control Efforts in Comprehensive Cancer Control Plans and Alcohol Use Among Adults in the USA||
Cited from the abstract: "We reviewed alcohol control efforts in 69 comprehensive cancer control plans in US states, tribes and jurisdictions. Using the 2011 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, we assessed the prevalence of current alcohol use among US adults and the proportion of these drinkers who exceeded guidelines for moderate drinking." Results showed that "most comprehensive cancer control plans acknowledged alcohol use as a cancer risk factor but fewer than half included a goal, objective or strategy to address alcohol use. More than half of US adults reported current alcohol use in 2011, and two of three drinkers exceeded moderate drinking guidelines at least once in the past month. Many states that did not address alcohol use in comprehensive cancer control plans also had a high proportion of adults at risk."
|All Hands on Deck: Making the Case for Comprehensive Cancer Control||
This flyer provides an overview of the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership and some of the available resources and technical assistance available through the partnership.