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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|All of Us Research Program||
These brochures and social media resources are designed to raise awareness about the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program to improve diversity in research.
|Alliance for Immunization in Michigan||
AIM is a partnership of public and private sector organizations which was formed in 1994 to focus on a broad spectrum of immunization issues in Michigan. AIM’s mission is to promote immunizations across the lifespan through a coalition of health care professionals and agencies. Members of AIM must be health care professionals currently working or interested in the field of immunizations.
|American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care||
AAHPM is the professional organization for physicians specializing in hospice and palliative medicine, nurses, and other healthcare providers. Since 1988, the Academy has dedicated itself to advancing hospice and palliative medicine and improving the care of patients with serious illness.
The Academy’s core mission is to expand access of patients and families to high-quality palliative care and advance the discipline of hospice and palliative medicine through professional education and training, development of a specialist workforce, support for clinical practice standards, and research and public policy. The core purpose of the Academy is to improve the care of patients with life-threatening or serious conditions through the advancement of hospice and palliative medicine.
|American Association for Cancer Education||
AACE provides a forum for health-related professionals concerned with the study and improvement of cancer education at the undergraduate, graduate, continuing professional and paraprofessional levels. Active members include physicians, dentists, nurses, health educators, social workers, occupational therapists, and other professionals interested in cancer education. Cancer education efforts are related to prevention, early detection, treatment and rehabilitation.
Other interests of AACE include educational programs for the general public, for populations at special risk, and for cancer patients. Such efforts involve developing and evaluating new educational strategies and methods, including the examination of objectives, courses, and evaluation instruments; expanding public education; fostering international cooperative efforts in cancer education; and furthering education in cancer prevention.
|American Cancer Society||
The American Cancer Society (ACS), a CCC National Partner, works to eliminate cancer as a major public health problem. The organization provides resources for patients and professionals and offers technical assistance to CCC programs.
|American Cancer Society - Cancer Action Network||
The American Cancer Society - Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN), a CCC National Partner, is the non-profit, non-partisan affiliate of the American Cancer Society. The organization advances cancer policy issues through state and federal efforts.
|American Cancer Society Cancer Statistics Center||
The Cancer Statistics Center website is a comprehensive interactive resource for learning about the cancer burden in the United States. Produced by the American Cancer Society, the website provides detailed statistics on a range of topics including:
The website offers a new way to explore the data the Society publishes in its annualCancer Facts & Figures report, which it has been producing since 1951. The website also, for the first time, merges data from Society researchers' annual paper, Cancer Statistics, published in the American Cancer Society journal, CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.
The American Cancer Society projects the numbers of new cancer cases and deaths expected each year in order to estimate the contemporary cancer burden because cancer incidence and mortality data lag two to four years behind the current year.
The Cancer Statistics Center website aims to serve the needs of cancer control advocates, journalists, government and private public health agencies, and policy makers, as well as patients, survivors and the general public, in order to promote cancer prevention and control.
|American Cancer Society Cancer Treatment & Survivorship Facts and Figures||
This report provides current and projected cancer prevalence estimates for the United States, as well as data from the National Cancer Data Base on treatment patterns, and information on the common effects of cancer and its treatment. This publication contains information about treatment, survival, and other related concerns for the most common cancer types, as well as information on the side effects of cancer treatment.
|American Cancer Society Caregiver Guide||
This tool from the American Cancer Society is for people who are caring for someone with cancer.
|American Cancer Society Glossary: Definitions and Phonetic Pronunciations||
A glossary of medical terms and phonetic pronunciations.