Communication Training for Comprehensive Cancer Control Professionals 101 and 102

Resources for COMM 101: Media Planning and Media Relations and COMM 102: Making Communication Campaigns Evidence-Based
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Accompanying resources for the COMM 101 training on Media Planning and Media Relations include customizable templates to build a tailored media plan and media-ready materials for cancer control programs.

View Communications Training for Comprehensive Cancer Control Professionals 101 (PDF)

View Media/Communication Plan Template (DOC) 

View Letter to the Editor Template and Example (DOC)

View Press Release Template and Example (DOC)

Accompanying resources for the COMM 102 training on Making Communication Campaigns Evidence-Based include a course guide that provides an overview of important content for planning, implementing and evaluating a health communication campaign—it is intended to serve as the textbook for the online course. The Guide can be used alone, but is optimally used with the online training. Additional resources include customizable templates and examples on creating an implementation plan, community assessment, logic model/roadmap and key messages. 

View COMM 102 Guide (PDF)

View COMM 102 Templates (DOC)


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