Featured Resources to Distribute
We strive to establish mechanisms which promote and support resource dissemination, education, evidence-based prevention, and service utilization as well as policy adoption through a system of partners, members and national collaborations. As a Network member or partner, we hope that by sharing these featured resources to audiences within your respective network, additional underserved and vulnerable populations will be reached.
Tracking tools will be provided in the near future to SelfMade Health Network members and partners to assist with monitoring results, impact and experiences throughout the year when utilizing these resources.
Newly Released Reports & Documents
Prevention Awareness Graphics for Social Sharing
We are committed to building awareness surrounding prevention and screening for cancer and chronic illness shown to be prevalent in the populations we serve. These images created by SelfMade Health Network are designed to promote action, and are made available for Network members to share through social media and online tools.Click on these to see a larger version.
Public Service Announcements – Cancer Prevention & Screening
Some common types of cancer continue to affect the livelihood of males and females and remain as the leading cause of cancer mortality rates in the United States. These PSAs are designed to get attention.
“Time to Screen” Cancer Campaign featuring Patti LaBellePatti LaBelle tells USA TODAY she lost three sisters to cancer before they turned 50. Now, she's urging adults over 40 to get screened. She’s partnered with the Community Oncology Alliance and CancerCare as part of the “Time to Screen” campaign.
Public Service Announcements – Tobacco Prevention, Screening & Cessation
Tobacco use remains attributable to some of the nation’s leading chronic conditions (including some forms of cancer).
How Your State or Organization Can Support the Cancer Moonshot Initiative National Initiative
More Sharable Items: Op-Ed Templates and Infographics
Op-Eds for use by State Government Prevention and Control Programs-NCCPs and NTCPs as well as SelfMade Health Network (SMHN) members