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10th Anniversary Badges for Your Web Site
Join us in celebrating 10 years of Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. and Research-tested Intervention Programs (RTIPS). Available now are buttons or badges for use on your Web site. Simply copy the HTML code available from our site and paste into your Web site code, Let others know about the Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. and RTIPs websites.
A number of exciting features and vibrant discussions are well-underway on Research to Reality!
Join in a discussion with our new RTIPS Featured Partner Dr. Lynne Ornes whose program “Web-based Physical Activity Intervention for College-aged Women” was recently selected for inclusion on RTIPs. View our discussion with Dr. Ornes and join the dialogue with her and other researchers and practitioners who are adapting, implementing, and evaluating cancer control programs in their communities.
Coalition Corner is an ongoing feature on R2R. This month, Karin Holman and Leslie Given are soliciting ideas for future topics. What would you like to see discussed on Coalition Corner? What would help you move your coalition forward in the next few months? What are the opportunities and challenges you want to discuss with experts and your colleagues? Join the discussion today.
Last month, Dr. Russ Glasgow started a discussion with Dr. Kurt Stange to share their thoughts on stakeholder engagement. A number of researchers and community partners have already weighed in. What are your thoughts?
Research to Reality Cyber-Seminar: June 18, 2013, 2:00-3:00pm ET LGBT Health Disparities
Join us as we explore health disparities across the cancer continuum among the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender (LGBT) population. This session will highlight recent research, programs, and resources designed to understand and address these disparities. More Information and Registration.
The program is designed to promote physical activity among college-aged women. The intervention includes the following: 1) Modules 1-9; 2) Goal Statement form; 3) Recording Sheet; 4) Directions for Wearing Pedometer; and 5) Participant form. A research study was conducted to test the efficacy of the intervention and at posttest, the intervention group increased their physical activity significantly higher than the control group.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) and the Community Guide
The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) now includes an announcement of Community Preventive Services Task Force findings each time a summary of the finding is posted on The Community Guide website.
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