March's cyber-seminar was an exploration of the MIYO Tool (Make It Your Own). Dr. Matthew Kreuter introduced us to the tool and it's purpose and use and then Angela McFall and Gena Hodges shared with use how their state's and organizations are implementing the tool and the impact it has had on their work and collaborations in colorectal cancer screening promotion.
Now it is your turn to share your experience and knowledge...ask a question of the speakers or your fellow R2R members, share your stories of how you are adapting and tailoring health promotion materials. What lessons have you learned or tools have you used that others might benefit from? What has been your experience in using the MIYO tool.
Join us in the discussion!
If you missed the live seminar, the archive will be in approximately one week. Watch and then come share your thoughts.
MIYO is a free (printing the materials is the only cost) and available to all organizations and states. To learn more about MIYO visit: www.MIYOworks.org and to register for a free account, visit: http://miyo.gwb.wustl.edu/newuser.php?project=103
For those interested, we posted the publication mentioned on the call regarding HPV and Debbie has included a link to the Clinical Trials MIYO site (the HPV version is not available at this time).