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Case Studies: Insights from the Cancer Control Field

The EBCCP website features case studies from real-world implementers that help provide more information about program adaptation and implementation for their setting. View these narrative(s) from various programs from the list provided below.
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BrainHQ in Miami, FL
The Miami Cancer Institute uses BrainHQ at its organization to help patients who develop cancer-related cognitive impairment. (This impairment is determined by a neuropsychological testing battery.) Read this success story to learn how they implemented BrainHQ and how you can use BrainHQ in your setting.
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DOSE HPV: Development of Systems and Education for HPV Vaccination in Boston, MA
A community health center in Boston uses DOSE HPV to support its mission of vaccinating all patients who are between 9 and 18 years old. Read this case study narrative to learn how the center uses DOSE HPV and how you can use DOSE HPV in your setting.
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Making Effective HPV Vaccine Recommendations in Kansas
The Masonic Cancer Alliance (MCA), the outreach network of The University of Kansas Cancer Center, uses the Making Effective HPV Vaccine Recommendations program to improve HPV vaccination rates in its catchment area. Read this case study narrative to learn how MCA implemented the program and how it can be used in your setting.
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Nutrition Pathfinders in Monterey County, CA
The Monterey County Health Department uses the EBCCP program, Nutrition Pathfinders, within the county’s public schools to teach students how to make healthy nutrition and physical activity decisions. Read this success story to learn how the county uses Nutrition Pathfinders and how you can use Nutrition Pathfinders in your setting.
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Nutrition Pathfinders in Riverside County, CA
The fourth-grade teacher uses the EBCCP program Nutrition Pathfinders to combat barriers to healthy eating and physical activity among her classroom students. Read this success story to learn how she uses Nutrition Pathfinders and how you can use Nutrition Pathfinders in your setting.
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Pool Cool in Kansas
The Masonic Cancer Alliance (MCA), the outreach network of The University of Kansas Cancer Center, implemented Pool Cool in Kansas to educate youth across the state about the importance of practicing sun safety behaviors. Read this case study narrative to learn how the MCA uses Pool Cool and how you can use Pool Cool in your setting.
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Smoke-Free Homes: Some Things are Better Outside in Minnesota New
The Minnesota Department of Health uses Smoke-Free Homes: Some Things Are Better Outside to reduce the harmful effects of secondhand smoke exposure. Read this case study narrative to learn how the organization implemented the program and how it can be used in your setting.
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Smoke-Free Homes: Some Things are Better Outside in San Diego, CA New
The Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego uses Smoke-Free Homes: Some Things Are Better Outside to reduce the harmful effects of second-hand smoke exposure. Read this case study narrative to learn how the organization implemented the program and how it can be used in your setting.
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Supporting Health and Activity in Preschool Environments (SHAPES)
The child development center uses the EBCCP program SHAPES to support its goal of enhancing each child’s social, emotional, language, cognitive, physical, and spiritual growth by providing a developmentally appropriate environment. Read this success story to learn how the center uses SHAPES and how you can use SHAPES in your setting.
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The Touch, Caring and Cancer Program in the South Side of Chicago
Chicago State University began using The Touch, Caring and Cancer Program in its community to increase the local cancer resources available for patients and their caregivers. Read this success story to learn how the university implemented the program and how you can use it in your setting.