Share these ACS programs and resources with your partners and constituents.
Let’s Talk: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Survivorship
The American Cancer Society created a role-playing training simulation called Let’s Talk: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Survivorship.
The training is designed to give health care providers, physician assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners new ideas for getting better results from their conversations with cancer survivors. The free and CME/CEU-accredited training course uses evidence-based motivational interviewing techniques to help patients build up their motivation to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Survivorship Care Guidelines
Survivorship Care Guidelines. The American Cancer Society has created survivorship guidelines for the follow-up care of cancer survivors. Read complete versions of all our guidelines, find patient-friendly versions, and learn more about how ACS develops its recommendations.
National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center
National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center. The National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center is a collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the George Washington University Cancer Institute funded by a 5-year cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Check back often because the resource sections will continue to grow.