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AU‌GU‌ST 20‌17
 
IN BRIEF
 
YEAR-IN-REVIEW: 2016/17 ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN CANCER CONTROL
 
Today, the Partnership announces the release of its 2016/17 annual report and highlights, which outlines results delivered against the 10-year goals of the national cancer control strategy. Mobilizing Positive Change: Improving Cancer Control in Canada chronicles our activities and achievements from the last year, in collaboration with our dedicated partner network comprised of hundreds of stakeholders across the cancer community. As we shift our focus to our 20 and 30 year goals, we will continue to mobilize the expertise that exists across Canada to bring about positive change throughout the cancer system and the country.

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  Cancer System Performance | 2017 Report
 
 
HOW TO USE THE PREVENTION POLICIES DIRECTORY TO ADVANCE PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
 
Cancer System Performance | 2017 Report  
The Partnership has published freely accessible student and faculty resources to support the development, implementation and evaluation of healthy public policy across Canada.

Resources include hands-on assignments, ready-to-use lecture slides and printable quick-facts documents. How-to videos are also available, teaching students and educators how to utilize the Prevention Policies Directory – a key instrument used to conduct surveillance, monitoring and diffusion of healthy public policy in jurisdictions across Canada.

The resources are available in English and French, and aim to equip and educate the next generation of leaders with information and tools to drive sustainable, population-level change in public health.

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PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT FOR YOUTH AFFECTED BY CANCER: E-LEARNING SERIES
 
Cancer System Performance | 2017 Report  
Helping children and young adults cope with a cancer diagnosis in the family can be challenging. A new e-learning resource is now available to help educators, health care professionals, patients and family members provide emotional, psychological, spiritual and practical support to youth affected by cancer. The Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) developed the four-part series, with support from the de Souza Institute and the Rossy Cancer Network.

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