Program Year 2 Evaluation Report
Since 1998, the National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) has recognized the benefits of a collaborative approach to cancer control and has supported the establishment and coordination of on-the-ground efforts. NCCCP funds all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, eight tribes or tribal organizations, and six U.S.-associated Pacific Island jurisdictions to design coordinated approaches to cancer control and prevention that cumulates into the implementation of cancer control plans.
This report summarizes partnerships and evidence-based practices (EBPs) implemented during Program Year 2 (2018–2019 NCCCP). Data submitted by NCCCP awardees representing Program Years 1 and 2 were extracted from CDC’s Chronic Disease Management Information System (CDMIS), cleaned, and analyzed using descriptive statistics in Microsoft® Excel.
For this study, we define EBPs as public health practices (interventions, programs, strategies, policies, procedures, processes, and/or activities) that have been tested or evaluated and shown to be effective.
The report is available for download in three formats—