5106.0 Innovative Partnerships with Media, Academia, and Communities to Improve Cancer Prevention and Control

Wednesday, November 2, 2011: 10:30 AM
The purpose of this session is to highlight four innovative projects which use partnerships at a variety of levels to improve cancer prevention and control. Examples of partners include, academic research networks, federal cancer agencies, federally-qualified health centers, non-profit breast cancer organizations, state medical foundations, and ethnic media.
Session Objectives: Identify innovative partnerships with media, academia, and communities to improve cancer prevention and control.

10:50 AM
Strategies for facilitating and supporting cross-disciplinary team science on cancer: Lessons from the National Cancer Institute's TREC initiative
Amanda L. Vogel, PhD MHS, Brooke Stipelman, PhD, Annie Feng, EdD, Dan Stokols, PhD, Kara L. Hall, PhD and Linda Nebeling, PhD
11:10 AM
Reducing cancer disparities through innovative partnerships: A collaboration of the South Carolina Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network and Federally Qualified Health Centers
Daniela B. Friedman, Msc, PhD, Vicki M. Young, PhD, Darcy A. Freedman, PhD, Swann Arp Adams, PhD, Heather M. Brandt, PhD, CHES, Tisha M. Felder, PhD, MSW, Sudha Xirasagar, MBBS, PhD, John R. Ureda, DrPH, Thomas G. Hurley, MS and James R. Hebert, ScD

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Organized by: Cancer Forum
Endorsed by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion, Alternative and Complementary Health Practices

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)

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