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Roadmap for the Future. Developing the Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2016 - 2020. Comprehensive Cancer C ontrol.

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roadmap for the future

Roadmap for the Future

Developing the Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2016 - 2020

comprehensive cancer c ontrol
Comprehensive Cancer Control

The Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (MCCCP) is funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide leadership for, and coordination of, Maine's statewide comprehensive cancer control efforts.

MCCCP Activities 2013 – 2014

  • Policy & systems interventions to improve cancer screening
  • Youth-oriented prevention activities
  • Enhanced use of cancer surveillance data
mcccp cancer control plan
MCCCP & Cancer Control Plan

Maintain, implement, and periodically revise a

state-wide Cancer Control Plan based on:

  • Cancer incidence, stage and mortality data
  • Relevant behavioral and risk factor data

Collaborate with Maine Cancer Consortium and stakeholders on plan implementation:

  • Ensure membership reflects organizations that will effectively implement Cancer Control Plan activities.
  • Periodically assess membership composition and cancer plan implementation activities and outcomes
why have a plan
Why Have a Plan?
  • Organized management of cancer prevention and control efforts
  • Strategic approach to addressing highest-burden cancers
  • Framework for action to reduce cancer burden
  • Mobilize individuals, organizations, institutions and communities committed to fighting cancer
cancer plan f ocus
Cancer Plan Focus
  • Highest-burden cancers
  • Evidence- or practice-based public health interventions
  • Disparities in access to cancer prevention and care
  • Policy, systems and environmental approaches and interventions to sustain cancer control
  • Activities that compliment or enhance existing efforts
  • Activities that align with NCCCP priorities and state and federal public health goals
national comprehensive cancer control program priorities established 2010
National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Priorities (Established 2010)
  • Emphasize Primary Prevention of cancer
  • Support Early Detection and Treatmentactivities
  • Address public health needs of cancer survivors
  • Implement policy, systems, and environmental changes to guide sustainable cancer control
  • Promote health equityas it relates to cancer control
  • Demonstrate outcomes through evaluation
today s mission
TODAY’S MISSION:

DEVELOP THE NEW CANCER PLAN!

plan development activity
Plan Development Activity
  • Focus Area groups
  • Facilitators
  • Group instructions & responsibilities
  • Discussion & development
  • Recording & reporting
  • Have fun!
creating a smart plan
Creating a “SMART” plan
  • Specific
  • Measureable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Time-bound
choose your focus area
Choose your FOCUS AREA
  • Prevention
  • Early Detection
  • Treatment
  • Rehabilitation & Survivorship
  • Palliative & End-of-Life Care
what s next
What’s Next?
  • Continued feedback collection today
    • Please share additional thoughts and suggestions
  • MCC Cancer Plan Development Meetings
    • May 29, 2014, 10am – 12pm, Portland
    • June 5, 2014, 12pm – 2pm, Brewer
  • MCC Teams
    • Prevention
    • Early Detection
thank you

Thank you!

Jessica Shaffer

Jessica.Shaffer@maine.gov

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