Advisory Committee on Breast Cancer in Young Women
September 21–23, 2011 Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia
Detailed Meeting Minutes
- Breast Cancer in Young Women: Reviewing the Evidence and Setting the Course [PDF-677KB] by Natasha Buchanan, PhD, Epidemiology and Applied Research Branch, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
- BodyTalk: Educating about Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk. Facilitating Patient/Physician Communication. Saving lives. [PDF-4.8MB] by Galen Cole, PhD, DAPA, MPH, LPC, Associate Director for Communication, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
- CDC and Health Communication [PDF-3.8MB] by Katherine Lyon Daniel, Ph.D., Acting Associate Director for Communication, CDC
- CDC Research and Programmatic Activities in Breast Cancer Genomics [PDF-707KB] by Juan Rodriguez, MPH, MS, Epidemiologist, Epidemiology and Applied Research Branch, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
- Culturally Appropriate Communication for the Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders [PPT-13.5MB] by Mavis Nitta, MPH, CHES, Chronic Diseases Program Coordinator, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
- Culturally Appropriate Health Communications For Women At Increased Risk [PPT-6.2MB] by Rochelle Shoretz, Founder and Executive Director, Sharsheret
- Development and Evaluation of a Community-Based Intervention to Increase Breast Cancer Screening and Early Detection among Low-Income, African American Women [PDF-1.2MB] by Ingrid Hall, PhD, MPH, Epidemiology and Applied Research Branch, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
- Developing Psychosocial and Reproductive Health Support Resources for Young Breast Cancer Survivors in the United States [PDF-1.4MB] by Temeika Fairley, PhD, Designated Federal Officer, ACBCYW, Health Scientist, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
- Harnessing the Power of Social Networks, Mommy Bloggers, and Google (and improving HPV vaccination awareness at the same time) [PDF-5.3MB] by Jill B. Roark, MPH, Project Manager, Carter Consulting, CDC Adolescent Immunization Communication Campaign
- The Importance of Health Communication [PPT-2.2MB] by Leslie Snyder, Ph.D., University of Connecticut
- LIVESTRONG [PPT-6.2MB] by Renee Nicholas, Director of Corporate Partnerships, LIVESTRONG Foundation
- Sisters Network Inc. [PPT-11.6MB] by Kelly P. Hodges, National Program Director, Sisters Network Inc.
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