Increasing colorectal cancer Screening among Hispanics in Primary Care Patients
This project is designed to test the impact of a decision support and navigation intervention on colorectal cancer screening adherence among Hispanic/Latino patients served by primary practices.
Reducing Cancer Disparities by Engaging Stakeholders
The Center for Health Decisions of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University will engage a Steering Committee (i.e., representatives of patients, providers, health systems, insurers, employers, and advocacy organizations), Patient and Stakeholder Advisory Committees (i.e., patients, physicians, administrators) from health care systems located in southeastern Pennsylvania, and communications industry partner organizations in a collective-impact learning community. Members will collaborate to adapt evidence-based interventions for implementation in the health systems to reduce cancer screening disparities.