Sexual Assault Prevention

Tools and Resources for Environment & Policy

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  1. Populations

Racial/Ethnic Minorities

African Americans

What African Americans Need to Know
http://www.preventcancer.org/colorectal2c.aspx?id=1064&ekmensel=15074e5e_94_0_1064_11
Facts about African Americans and colorectal cancer are provided.

Latinos

What Hispanics Need to Know
http://www.preventcancer.org/colorectal2c.aspx?id=1100&ekmensel=15074e5e_94_0_1100_12

  1. Settings

Home-based

American Cancer Society FluFOBT Program
http://www.cancer.org/healthy/informationforhealthcareprofessionals/colonmdclinicansinformationsource/flufobtprogram/index
The American Cancer Society FluFOBT program is intended to assist medical practices in increasing colorectal cancer (CRC) screening.

Utah Cancer Action Network
http://www.cancerutah.org/
The Utah Cancer Action Network is a state-wide awareness campaign.  Their website includes cancer awareness information, campaign and education materials, a link to request a free Fecal Occult Blood Test by mail and information about colorectal cancer prevalence in Utah.

Health care facility-based

American College of Gastroenterology Colon Cancer Resource Kit for Physicians and Patients
http://www.acg.gi.org/patients/ccrk/index.asp
This resource page includes slideshows and informational sheets for increasing awareness of screening guidelines and cancer information for both health care providers and individuals.
     
Community-based

Cover Your Butt
http://coveryourbutt.org/
This site advocates for new, extended coverage for colorectal screening and follow-up for Americans. Ways to provide support for legislation like H.R. 1189—Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment Act or for a national colorectal cancer screening program are showcased.

C3:  Colorectal Cancer Coalition
http://www.c-three.org/
C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization that fights colorectal cancer through research, empowerment and access. The coalition also provides patient information, a newsletter on recent news and advances in research.

Take Out Colon Cancer
http://action.acscan.org/site/PageServer?&pagename=Colorectal_Campaign_LandingPage
Take Out Colon Cancer is a special colon cancer legislative campaign with some information on colorectal cancer and the promotion of H.R. 1189—Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment Act. A frequently asked questions sheet and facts on the bill are available along with a form to easily fill out and send to your representative online about supporting the bill.

  1. Implementation

    Stay in the Game
    http://www.stayinthegamene.com/index.php
    The Stay in the Game project website provides fact sheets, brochures, media and implementation materials in English and Spanish.

    Cancer Control PLANET:  5 Steps to Effective Cancer Control Planning
    http://cancercontrolplanet.cancer.gov/colorectal_cancer.html
    This five-step guide lists how to start plans for an intervention.

    Texas Cancer Control Toolkit
    http://www.texascancertoolkit.org/pdfs/txcancercontroltoolkit.pdf
    The Texas Cancer Control Toolkit gives information on how to implement a cancer control intervention, including colorectal cancer interventions.  Materials and information on where to start planning are available along with ideas on how to evaluate your program.

    Colorectal Cancer Screening Resource Kit
    http://www.cancer.org/docroot/PRO/PRO_4_ColonMD.asp
    This site provides resources for health care providers wishing to encourage colorectal cancer screening. It includes patient education materials, presentations, advertisement materials, screening guidelines and ways to earn continuing education credits through a course on colorectal cancer screening and prevention.

  2. Evaluation

    Evaluating the Initiative
    http://ctb.dept.ku.edu/en/evaluating-initiative#node_toolkits_full_group_outline
     
    Community Toolbox sponsored by University of Kansas with resources on community assessment, recommendations on conducting surveys, interviews, choosing interviewers, and other assessment tools.

    Developing and Evaluation Report
    http://www.cdc.gov/eval/materials/developing-an-effective-evaluation-report_tag508.pdf 
    Printable resource from CDC on developing an effective program evaluation report

    Conducting a Needs Assessment
    http://ctb.dept.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/assessing-community-needs-and-resources
      
    A Community Toolbox sponsored by University of Kansas with resources on community assessment, conducting surveys, interviews, choosing interviewers, and other assessment tools.

    Conducting focus groups
    http://ctb.dept.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/assessing-community-needs-and-resources/conduct-focus-groups/main 
    Community Toolbox sponsored by University of Kansas with instructions on conducting Focus Groups.

    Workplace wellness programs
    http://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/pubs/worksite_scorecard.htm
      
    Guide to complete assessment of workplace and wellness program including check-off list from CDC.

    AHELP Program Evaluation Webpage
    http://www.ahelp.org/Evaluation/Tools.aspx
    This page explains the benefits of project evaluation and what to keep in mind as you begin the process. Data collection tips, ethics, tools and resources for evaluation are also available on this webpage.


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