Screening Coordination Committee Principles 2018-2020
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Mission: The Screening Coordination Committee is a collaborative group focusing on the coordination of cancer screening efforts by synergizing the work of other Colorado Cancer Coalition Task Forces, aligning broader efforts to improve cancer screening rates and building knowledge and awareness, guided by the Colorado Cancer Plan.
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Action Plan Objective#StrategyAction stepsProgress NotesLeadFrequencyIndicatorSourceBaseline (date)Target by
June 30, 2017
Target by
June 30, 2018
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Collaborate with COPIC2aAll CCC-related requests to COPIC are coordinated and filter through one CCC-point-of-contact for communication and planning with COPIC leadDevelop how-to guide for collaboration with COPICAndi Dwyer
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Co-sponsor at least 2 events (separate cancers types/focus)Andi Dwyer
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Increase screening rates through text messaging campaign2bIdentify promising strategies for reaching and engaging hard-to-reach communities in screeningSummarize program successes and challengesNicole Harty/Christi Cahill
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Prepare brief evaluation reportNicole Harty
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Engage Employers in Cancer Screening Strategies2cBusiness Case for Screening: Creating a unified message to the business community about the importance of screening and benefit to employersPresent at a minimum of 2 events/employersIan Kahn/Ryan Kerr
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Screening Friendly Employer Policies: Support employers in implementing cancer-friendly policies.Partner with one large, Colorado-based employer, focusing on leave policies (2-year goal)Emily Kinsella/Becky Selig
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Advocacy2dSCC members will re-frame efforts to emphasize all cancers, as appropriateIdentify overlapping strategies, education opportunitiesCommittee
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Share best practices, learnings, and challengesCommittee
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Screening guidelines one-pagerCommittee
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Share best practices on how to reach providers and outreach efforts (across different groups or regions, etc)Committee
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