NCCCP Technical Assistance and Training (DP18-1805)

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CDC funds the American Cancer SocietyExternal and the George Washington Cancer CenterExternal to provide support to comprehensive cancer control constituents by–

  • Assessing programmatic needs.
  • Assisting with capacity building.
  • Leveraging partnerships to enhance comprehensive cancer control efforts.
  • Implementing a technical assistance and training plan.
  • Evaluating technical assistance and training efforts.

More details on how each organization provides training and technical assistance to NCCCP awardees are included below.

American Cancer Society

  • Helps awardees of the NCCCP build and maintain strong partnerships with their coalitions.
  • Develops and delivers trainings to the awardees on—
    • Local implementation of cancer control and prevention at the community level.
    • Evaluation.
    • Communication.
  • Helps awardees build strong partnerships with cancer prevention, screening, and follow-up providers (such as community clinics, physicians, and navigators).
  • Develops and makes available resource materials such as the Policy, Systems, and Environmental (PSE) Change Resource Guide.

George Washington Cancer Center

Develops and maintains the Cancer Control Technical Assistance Portal (TAP),External an online resource for awardees of the NCCCP that includes—

  • A resource repository containing cancer control and prevention resources from CDC, George Washington Cancer Center, the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership, cancer control coalitions, and other stakeholders.
  • The GW Cancer Control Technical Assistance Periodical, a monthly e-newsletter that highlights news webinars, trainings, events, resources, and funding opportunities.
  • An archive for webinars and online learning modules produced by the George Washington Cancer Center.
Page last reviewed: January 24, 2019