In cooperation with Aligning for Health, RISE is bringing together policymakers, policy experts, and practitioners from across the health and social services sectors to explore the current and future state of social determinants of health policy.
Join the American Lung Association for an informative discussion with Melissa Doud, Program Director, Wisconsin Native American Tobacco Network, on the difference between traditional tobacco (i.e. medicinal, sacred, ceremonial tobacco) versus commercial tobacco and the importance of tailoring…
This webinar will explore the various cancer-related legal issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers.
Speakers will cover the latest data on obesity and its impacts, highlight promising approaches to ensure healthier communities, and offer policy recommendations that can help all Americans lead healthier lives.
This webinar, presented by the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan's National Native Network, will give an overview of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) epidemiology, disparities, and national screening efforts.
This summit will provide an opportunity for a varied group of stakeholders including patients, providers, payers, patient advocacy organizations, and industry to thoughtfully discuss the importance of providing high-quality, inclusive, equitable, and accessible cancer care to LGBTQ+ patients…
The Black Wo(Men) Speak Symposium, presented in conjunction with the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, shines a light on the urgent need for greater diversity in clinical trials by presenting data gathered in four recent surveys.
This summit will serve as a unique space to convene a diverse network of trusted Latinx health leaders, experts, practitioners, and community messengers to share programmatic and policy priorities and efforts that improve the health and well-being of the Latinx community.
The National Navigation Roundtable (NNRT) is a collaboration of organizations and individuals dedicated to achieving health equity and access to quality care across the cancer continuum through effective patient navigation.
Held at 12 pm ET on six sessions this year, each Cancer Control Implementation Science Base Camp community of practice session will be facilitated by CCC staff that have already taken the course and/or helped developed its contents.