Showing X of X
March Webinar: Membership Orientation
View the slides and recording from our 2023 Membership Orientation Webinar.
2023 Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Activities Toolkit
This toolkit outlines ways that you and your organization can participate in Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month this March.
January Webinar: Cervical Cancer Prevention, Screening, and Treatment
View the slides from our January webinar on Cervical Cancer Prevention, Screening, and Treatment.
Susan G. Komen® Treatment Assistance Program Flier
This flier outlines the Susan G. Kolmen Treatment Assistance Program. This program designed to help breast cancer patients in treatment who are struggling with the financial burden of managing their care. The program can help with daily living expenses like rent, transportation, groceries, childcare, lymphedema care and more.
Family Health History Record Keeper Tool
Use this worksheet to start a dialogue with your family today to reveal your family’s health history.
Alcohol Use During Chemotherapy: A Pilot Study
2022 report on alcohol use while receiving chemotherapy treatment.
HBV and Cancer Resource List
This document contains a compiled list of resources to help cancer coalitions working with partners to help increase access, knowledge, vaccination, testing, treatment, and disease surveillance of hepatitis B.
HPV Dental Toolkit
An HPV Toolkit designed for dental offices that includes materials and resources that can be downloaded, reproduced, and distributed at no cost and is applicable to all states.
Cancer Survival Report: Wisconsin Cancer Relative Survival Ratios, 2011-2017
This newly updated survival report provides a detailed breakdown of cancer survival in our state.
A New Direction Program Brochure – For Cancer Survivors
Brochure on the "A New Direction" program. This program is designed to help youth and young adult cancer survivors regain their health and well-being before, during and after cancer treatments. Only offered in La Crosse currently.
Lung Cancer Screening CME
A lung cancer screening CME course developed by the American College of Radiology.
Prevention and Early Diagnosis of Uterine Cancer Continuing Medical Education Program
A free continuing medical education (CME) course, Prevention and Early Diagnosis of Uterine Cancer, was developed through a partnership between the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and CDC. This course summarizes studies and recommendations to provide guidance for equitable prevention, early diagnosis, and special considerations of uterine cancer.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Continuing Medical Education Programs
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) provides a range of free webcasts and programs that offer continuing medical education (CME). Register for upcoming programs and conferences that offer CME credits. Or, access past programs and credits by participating in the virtual lectures.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Continuing Education Programs
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) provides a range of free webcasts and programs that offer continuing education (CE). Register for upcoming programs and conferences that offer CE credits. Or, access past programs and credits by participating in the virtual lectures.
FAQs on Prohibiting Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Cigars
This FAQ document offers answers to frequently asked questions surrounding the FDA's proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.
Welcoming Spaces: Treating Your LGBTQ+ Patients
Welcoming Spaces: Treating Your LGBTQ+ Patients is a free LGBTQ+ Cultural Humility training designed for anyone who works in health care and specifically for clinicians treating gynecologic cancer in transgender and gender non-conforming patients and their staffs.
Moving Forward: Policies and Strategies to Prevent and Reduce Excessive Alcohol Use in Wisconsin
This report is designed to help the user find how they can be impactful regarding Wisconsin’s alcohol environment in order to create a safe and healthier Wisconsin for all.
Up Close with Tobacco and American Indians
Fact sheet about the impacts of tobacco on American Indians, including the difference between traditional and commercial tobacco use.
Up Close with Tobacco and the LGBTQ+ Communities
Fact sheet about the impacts of tobacco on the LGBTQ communities.
Tobacco in Wisconsin – Tobacco Presentation Template
A presentation template touching on many topics relevant to tobacco issues in Wisconsin. Includes issues as presented in the 2020 Education Packet and the Tobacco, COVID-19, and Racism one-pager. Tailor to your audience and insert local information to make this presentation most effective.
Tobacco, COVID-19, and Racism
A one page (front and back) resource showing the interconnected relationship of tobacco, COVID-19, and racism as public health issues.
Up Close with Tobacco and African Americans Fact Sheet
This two-page fact sheet details the unequal impacts and burden of tobacco on African Americans.
2020 Wisconsin Cancer Facts and Figures
View the 2020 Wisconsin Cancer Facts and Figures from the American Cancer Society and access key cancer statistics in Wisconsin.
Live Vape Free Brochure
This brochure highlights the services of the Live Vape Free program that provides vaping cessation for both youth and adults. View, download, and print.
Live Vape Free Poster
This poster highlights the services of the Live Vape Free program that provides vaping cessation for both youth and adults.
Tobacco is Changing
Tobacco is Changing is the statewide DHS Campaign designed to educate parents on the changing landscape of tobacco products. This website shares resources you can use with parents when working on e-cigarette and vaping prevention.
Live Vape Free – WI Youth Vaping Cessation Service
Live Vape Free is a free texting service of the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line designed to help teens who want to quit vaping get free help. This website provides an overview of how to enroll in the program.
Synthetic and Oral Nicotine Factsheet
This one page factsheet provides an overview of synthetic and oral nicotine.
American Indian Quitline Flyer
This one-page flyer highlights the services available through the American Indian Quitline, a program tailored to providing culturally appropriate and specific interventions around commercial tobacco cessation.
Executive Training on Navigation and Survivorship
This innovative program teaches the nuts and bolts of navigation and survivorship program development and implementation. The training walks participants through brief interactive presentations, supplemental written content that summarizes the latest research and best practices, case studies and customizable activities to create a program plan.
Smoking Cessation Resources in Hmong (Cov Ntawv Qhia Txog Kev Txiav Luam Yeeb)
This webpage from the UW-Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention is entirely in Hmong and lists their most frequently used tobacco cessation fact sheets and information all in Hmong.
Smoking Cessation Resources in Spanish (Ayuda Para Dejar de Fumar)
This webpage from the UW-Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention is entirely in Spanish and lists their most frequently used tobacco cessation fact sheets and information all in Spanish.
Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line for Teens Handout
This one page handout on the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line for teens can be used with youth ages 13 years and older to educate on the free tobacco cessation services of the Quit Line, including cigarettes, vapes (e-cigarettes, Juul, Suorin), hookah, and smokeless tobacco (chew, dissolvables).
Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line Handout
This one-page handout from the UW-Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention can be used with patients or clients to educate on the free smoking cessation services of the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line.
Wisconsin Medicaid and Tobacco Cessation: Information for Health Care Providers
This two-page handout from the UW-Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention is designed for providers and highlights what smoking cessation treatments are covered by Wisconsin Medicaid. It also provides a brief overview of the "5 A's".
FDA-Approved Smoking Medications
One-page fact sheet outlining the 7 FDA approved smoking cessation medications.
Addressing Tobacco Dependence Treatment in the General Population: Training in the “Bucket Approach”
This course presents evidence-based tobacco dependence interventions that are tailored to smokers who are affected by mental illness and/or other addictions.
Tobacco Use and Dependence: An Updated Review of Treatments
This activity will help learners understand tobacco dependence as a chronic disease and instruct learners on how to initiate evidence-based clinical interventions using a brief intervention model.
November 2021 Webinar: Youth Tobacco Trends
Despite declines in traditional cigarette use, young people are using e-cigarettes at increasing rates. This Thursday, we welcome guest speaker Wendy VanderZanden, MPA, Executive Director of Community Action for Healthy Living, the tobacco-free alliance serving northeastern Wisconsin. Wendy will share current youth tobacco usage trends at the state and local level, and will share how her organization is successfully promoting tobacco prevention. Decreasing tobacco use and exposure, especially among youth, is an important priority within the Wisconsin Cancer Plan 2020-2030. Join our webinar this Thursday, and learn more about what contributes to youth e-cigarette use, current trends, and how we can reverse this troubling phenomenon.
September 2021 Webinar – Share the Care
Our September webinar discusses the cancer issues affecting American Indians in Wisconsin, the importance of helping people get back to cancer screenings, and the impacts of COVID-19 in our Tribal communities. About Share the Care: Since 2003, Share the Care has worked to reduce the high cancer burden among Wisconsin's American Indian populations by increasing cancer awareness, promoting cancer screenings, and supporting survivors and caregivers.
August 2021 Webinar – The Financial Toxicity of Cancer: Causes, Effects, and Potential Solutions
Cancer is one of the most expensive medical conditions a person can experience. From the time of diagnosis through end of life, cancer can create severe financial distress for patients and their loved ones. This financial distress can take a toll on physical and psychological well-being, and it can negatively affect patient outcomes. Learn more about what contributes to financial toxicity; how it impacts patients, survivors, and families; and how we might reverse this troubling phenomenon. Presented by Dr. Fumiko Chino, Radiation Oncologist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
July 2021 Webinar – Health Insurance Access and the Impact on Cancer Outcomes
Connecting Wisconsinites to quality health insurance coverage is a key part of increasing access to cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship care necessary for cancer prevention and control. In our July webinar, you'll learn more about: health insurance options in Wisconsin new lower-cost coverage options made possible through the American Rescue Plan Act how Covering Wisconsin and other enrollment assisters are working to provide free, local help to Wisconsinites in navigating these options opportunities to partner with Covering Wisconsin outreach and educational resources to help you take action Presented by Courtney Harris, MSW, Outreach & Partner Development Manager, Covering Wisconsin
Small Talks: Live Read Scripts
The Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative has partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Health Service's Small Talks Campaign. Use these Live Read Scripts on radio to help spread the word about the connection between alcohol and cancer in your community.
Small Talks: Press Release
The Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative has partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Health Service's Small Talks Campaign. Use this Press Release to draw awareness to the campaign and to raise awareness of the alcohol-cancer connection.
Small Talks: Media Talking Points for Partners
The Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative has partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Health Service's Small Talks Campaign. Use this Q&A guide to help spread the word about the connection between alcohol and cancer in your community.
LGBTQ+ Cancer Resources
This blog post on Fight Colorectal Cancer's website shares many resources available for LGBTQ+ colorectal cancer patients and survivors.
June 2021 Webinar – All About Adolescent Vaccinations – The latest information on COVID-19, HPV, and adolescent immunization
Adolescent immunizations have declined during the pandemic. How can we reverse this trend, now that many communities and schools are opening back up? Our June webinar shares the latest news about getting kids vaccinated against HPV and COVID-19. Presented by Dr. James Conway, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health
May 2021 Webinar – Skin Cancer Prevention During the Pandemic
Wisconsinites may be spending more time outdoors this summer, thanks to COVID-19. Learn how we can work together to reduce the risk of skin cancer during the pandemic. PRESENTERS: Dr. Gloria Xu, the lead dermatologic surgeon in the treatment of thin melanoma as well as non-melanoma skin cancers, explains the burden of melanoma in Wisconsin and risk factors. Dr. Mark Albertini, a nationally known melanoma researcher who has led treatment efforts for patients with metastatic melanoma at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, explains treatment advances for melanoma patients.
Covering Wisconsin How-To-Sheets
Learn more about health insurance through Covering Wisconsin's free-to-download how-to sheets.
April 2021 Webinar – Cancer Policy Review and Outlook for 2021
The past year witnessed the passage of several cancer-related bills, and the year ahead will be focused on the upcoming Wisconsin state budget. During our April webinar, we discussed the Governor's budget proposal and introduced the new 2021-2022 Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative Policy Agenda. PRESENTER: Amy Johnson, JD, Policy Coordinator for the Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative
Cancer Survivorship Training for Primary Care Providers Flier
Improve outcomes for cancer survivors in your clinic or community.
February 2021 Webinar: Cancer in the LGBTQ+ Community
LGBTQ+ communities are disproportionally affected by cancer. The executive director of the National LGBT Cancer Network will join us to share tools and strategies for improving outcomes for LGBTQ+ populations across the cancer continuum. Gain insight into the barriers, stress, and stigma that LGBTQ+ cancer patients and survivors can experience, and learn how you can better serve LGBTQ+ members of your community.
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Factsheet
A factsheet answering questions about the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine that can be downloaded in various languages.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Factsheets
A factsheet about the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. The factsheet can be downloaded in various languages.
January 2021 Webinar – The Challenges of Rapidly Developing & Distributing COVID-19 Vaccines
As COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available, the public’s knowledge and confidence in their safety, both before and after the vaccine, is an important part of our nation’s vaccination effort. Learn about the development of the COVID-19 vaccine and the challenges we could face moving forward. We will be joined by Dr. James Conway, Medical Director for UW Health Immunization Programs, who will address the importance of COVID-19 vaccination and what cancer patients need to know about the vaccine.
ESMO Statements for Vaccination Against Covid-19 In Patients With Cancer
ESMO has released ten statements to address issues and concerns on immunizing patients with cancer against COVID-19.
Adaptive immunity to SARS-CoV-2 in cancer patients: The CAPTURE study
Adaptive immunity to SARS-CoV-2 in cancer patients: The CAPTURE study
December 2020 Webinar – COVID-19 and Cancer: Where Are We Now?
COVID-19 and Cancer: Where Are We Now? December 2020 Webinar
American Society of Clinical Oncology Road to Recovery Report: Learning From the COVID-19 Experience to Improve Clinical Research and Cancer Care
Covid-19 Pandemic—An Opportunity to Reduce and Eliminate Low-Value Practices in Oncology?