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Cyber-Seminar Archives

Join us in February as our R2R cyber-seminar provides a overview of Putting Public Health Evidence in Action in Health curriculum that seeks to aid public health and other community-based planners and educators in using evidence-based strategies, to develop the knowledge and skills to... More information. »
Join us in January as our R2R cyber-seminar provides an update on the known and suspected health risks of electronic cigarettes and their prevalence. This session will also identify areas in which e-cigarettes could be regulated at the state and local level, discuss typical gaps in current laws and... More information. »
Clinical trials are a critical resource for the discovery and development of better prevention, diagnostic and treatment methods for cancer. Many of today’s most effective prevention and treatment modalities are based upon previous clinical trial results. More information. »

Accelerating HPV Vaccine Uptake: What is Working and Why

September 23, 2014 2:00PM - 3:00PM EDT

Human papillomaviruses (HPV) cause most cases of cervical cancer and large proportions of vaginal, vulvar, anal, penile, and oropharyngeal cancers. HPV vaccines could dramatically reduce the incidence of HPV-associated cancers and other conditions among both females and males, but the uptake of... More information. »
Join us as we explore the important cancer control issue of UV exposure and skin cancer prevention. This session will highlight recent research and resources designed to better indentify levels of UV exposure and how one state built upon a strong educational program to a policy and systems approach... More information. »
Building a coordinated system of survivorship care is essential for improving the psychosocial and physical well-being of all cancer survivors.  The June Research to Reality cyber-seminar will examine two important initiatives aimed at improving the lives and outcomes of cancer survivors. More information. »
Multi-level interventions to improve the health of communities and decrease chronic disease risk are an essential part of cancer control strategies.  The policies, systems, and environments (PSEs) in communities significantly shape lives and impact cancer risk.  PSEs in communities that... More information. »
Chronic disease programs in state public health agencies across the United States are increasingly taking action to integrate activities across single-disease program lines. Comprehensive cancer control programs have in many cases benefited from chronic disease program integration because of the... More information. »
As of 2014, every US state and Canadian province has a toll free tobacco quitline as a resource to treat tobacco dependence. The October National Cancer Institute (NCI) Research to Reality cyber seminar will examine how networks of quitlines interact and share innovations in quitline practices. We... More information. »
"Enough is enough" emphasized the Surgeon General upon releasing The Health Consequences of Smoking: 50 Years of Progress: the 50th Anniversary Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health. The report looks back at the important gains we have made in reducing tobacco use over the last half-... More information. »

Technical Requirements

The Cyber-Seminars use Microsoft Live Meeting. Your computer must be able to view Windows Media Player Files (WMV).

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