Environmental Scan Worksheet for CCC Coalitions

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A key preparatory step in cancer control plan implementation is to conduct an environmental scan – to get a “lay of the land” as to what has already been done, what partners need to be engaged, and what analyses should be done on the data that has been collected. This American Cancer Society CCC-developed worksheet walks you through the process with guiding questions and action steps that will frame your efforts.

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