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CCC and the CPCRN. Garry Lowry, MPH CCC Regional Public Health Advisor Mary Frost Director, Chronic Disease Prevention and Risk Reduction Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network Meeting Seattle, WA – October 6, 2005. CCC. Continuum of care (prevention through end-of-life)

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CCC and the CPCRN

Garry Lowry, MPH

CCC Regional Public Health Advisor

Mary Frost

Director, Chronic Disease Prevention and Risk Reduction

Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network Meeting

Seattle, WA – October 6, 2005

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CCC
  • Continuum of care (prevention through end-of-life)
  • Diverse stakeholders
  • PLAN to address priority cancer issues
  • Evidence based intervention
  • Evaluation of approach AND of interventions
ccc in washington
CCC (in Washington)
  • Vision
    • A system of cancer prevention and control in WA that involves key stakeholders working collaboratively to assess and address priority cancer issues
  • Goal
    • Reduce the burden of cancer in WA
cpcrn
CPCRN

Vision and Mission of CPCRN

Communities and researchers working together to reduce the burden of cancer, especially among those disproportionately affected, through developing local and national-level infrastructure to:

  • Conduct research on the effectiveness of community-based interventions for which evidence is insufficient to justify a Guide recommendation, using research designs and methods considered appropriate by the Guide.
  • Conduct research replicatingGuide-recommended intervention approaches and research-tested intervention programs in populations and settings where they have not been adequately evaluated.
  • Conduct research on how to disseminate Guide-recommended intervention approaches and research-tested intervention programs into populations and community-based settings where they have been previously tested and shown to be efficacious and effective.
  • Conduct evaluations of the implementation and effectiveness of community-based programs.

Source: CPCRN website - http://www.cpcrn.org/about.html

history of relationship in wa
History of Relationship in WA
  • Jeff Harris active in WCCCP Primary and Secondary Prevention Work Group
  • ARC NW written into CRC and PCa grants for “assessment and evaluation” activities
  • Tasks – survey providers, analyze existing data sets, develop guidelines and recommendations for intervention
ccc and the cpcrn

Peggy Hannon

Deb Bowen

CCC and the CPCRN

Or, WCCCP and ARC NW

Assessment

Report

RFP

Interventions

Evaluation

value of relationship in wa
Value of Relationship in WA
  • Goal is to utilize strengths of partners
  • Health Department CCC programs value academic (university based) expertise
  • Evaluation is a key need in CCC efforts
  • Better public health practice
  • Clear value for the CCC program and partnership
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CDC CCC Field Staff, N = 9

Field Staff

Regional Field Staff

Tribal Programs Field Staff