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Local Implementation of CCC:  Leveraging Community and Local Activities to Support Your CCC Coalition Efforts . Armin D Weinberg, PhD CEO, Life Beyond Cancer Foundation Clinical Professor, Baylor College of Medicine. Success Breeds Success!.

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Local Implementation of CCC:  Leveraging Communityand Local Activities to Support Your CCC Coalition Efforts

Armin D Weinberg, PhD

CEO, Life Beyond Cancer Foundation

Clinical Professor, Baylor College of Medicine

success breeds success
Success Breeds Success!
  • C-Change Model (3 Sectors – Public, Private, Non-Profit) and how that translates to State and Local Coalitions
  • Settings (Worksite, Healthcare, Community, School)
  • Policy, Systems, Environmental Change
success breeds success1

Success Breeds Success!

Setting the stage for action…

CAT, Coalitions and a primer on policy

the cat purrs because policy matters august 2010

A few terms

  • Learning opportunity
  • Leverage what we know
  • Where we overlap and gain synergy
  • Potential to partner/collaborate
  • Course of Action

The CAT Purrs … because “Policy Matters”

August 2010

cat policy strategy meeting objectives august 2011
CAT Policy/Strategy Meeting ObjectivesAugust 2011

Understand the process, politicsand players of cancer and health policy in Texas and nationally.

(2) Gain skills to inform and influence health policy at all levels

(3) Develop strategies for CAT, its members and organizations to influence health policy in Texas

cccc

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Hello, Texas Cancer Stakeholders!

REGISTER: A Patchwork of Life: One Woman’s Story

The Cancer Alliance of Texas (CAT) in partnership with the Texas Comprehensive Cancer Control Program invites you to learn about the results and lessons learned from a collaborative study between Seton Healthcare Family and Baylor College of Medicine. Their study focused on A Patchwork of Life: One Woman’s Story, an interactive breast cancer treatment decision tool.

Here are the details:

Date:             September 26, 2012

Time:             12:00pm – 1:00pm

Who should attend:    Anyone who is interested in learning about an interactive breast cancer treatment decision tool and the collaborative study between Seton Healthcare Family and Baylor College of Medicine.

success breeds success2

Success Breeds Success!

Policy is not self-implementing but policies can be implemented

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BCM Intranet < Inside BCM < Policies & Procedures

BCM Policies and Procedures

Table of Contents | Return to Section

13.5.06 - College Business Operations: Security

Date: 01/01/1991

Smoke-Free Environment

Last Update: 08/15/2012

PURPOSE

ToestablishBaylorCollege of Medicine as a smoke-free institution.  BCM endorses thefindings of the U.S. Surgeon General:

(a) Smoking and use of Tobaccoproducts causes lungcancer, heart disease, and emphysema and maycomplicatepregnancy;

(b) Smoking Tobaccoproductsbypregnantwomenresults in fetal injury, prematurebirth, and lowbirthweight;

(c) Tobaccosmokecontainscarbonmonoxide, nicotine, carcinogens, mutagens and othertoxicchemicals;

(d) Quitting smoking greatly reduces seriousriskstohealth.


POLICY

Allpersons are prohibitedfrom smoking orotherwiseusingTobaccoproductswithinthe confines of Collegeproperty, facilities, buildingsorvehicles. "Tobacco" meansallforms of tobaccoproducts, includingbutnotlimitedtocigarettes, cigars, pipes, water pipes (hookah), bidis, kretkes, electroniccigarettes, smokelesstobacco, snuff and chewingtobacco.  ThispolicycoversallCollegefacilities, owned, operated, leased, occupiedorcontrolledbytheCollege, including, butnotlimitedto, Collegebuildings and grounds, corridors, lavatories, classrooms, offices, waitingrooms, laboratories, clinics, parking lots, entrances, lounges, sidewalks, walkways and eatingareas. ItalsoextendstoCollege-operatedvehicles.
 

PROCEDURE

BaylorCollege of Medicine Security and appropriateadministrativepersonnel are responsibleforenforcingthispolicy.   Theywilladvisepeopleviolatingthispolicytoextinguish smoking materials. Employees, students, faculty, etc. whorefusetocomplywill be reportedto Human Resources--EmployeeRelations. Continuedviolatorswill be subjecttotheCollegedisciplinaryprocess.

Faculty, staff, residents, postdoctoral fellows and studentswhopersist in violatingthispolicyshould be counseledbytheir supervisor, followingthestandardCollegeprocedures. The BCM Human Resources--BenefitsDepartmentisavailabletoassistsmokers in identifying smoking cessationprograms, whichmayhelpthem break their smoking habit, although no onemay be requiredtoattendsuch a program.

Visitorswhorefusetocomplywiththispolicywill be escorted off thepremises.

success breeds success3

Success Breeds Success!

Collaboration and sharing are great, but listen to your customer!

disaster preparedness for the cancer patient do we have a plan
Disaster Preparedness for the Cancer Patient:Do WE Have A Plan?

Presented by

Maggie Clarkson RN MS

Grants Program Director

Pascagoula, MS

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Project Grab & Go

  • Networking with organizations with access to the vulnerable population
    • Senior Citizens Groups, Housing authority
    • AARP
    • Churches
    • Other Local organizations (Magnolia Alumni Assoc.)
  • Collaboration with Red Cross, MEMA, MDOT for handouts and disaster plans
  • Created Power Point Presentation with handouts
  • Compiled Project Grab & Go bag and contents
project grab go kit contents
“Starter” items

Thermal blanket

Lightweight poncho

Disposable gloves

First Aid kit

Face masks

Water bottle

Handouts

Your Family Disaster Plan (Red Cross/FEMA)

MDOT evacuation guide

Basic Health History form

Medication list

Health care providers with contacts

Insurance info

Project Grab & Go Kit Contents
implementation
Implementation
  • Volunteer training
    • Collaboration with local community college
    • Multiple sessions prior to first program delivery
  • Ongoing Networking with CBO’s and FBO’s for program delivery sites
    • Built on Cancer Outreach Program networks
  • Scheduling locations
    • Logistic issues
  • Group Presentation followed by one-on-one planning sessions with interested individuals
success breeds success4

Success Breeds Success!

Do not let what you cannot do,

interfere with what you can do…