Webinars

Webinars

Learn more about cancer from these webinars on lung cancer, colorectal cancer, and obesity and cancer.

Fall 2021 Webinars on Lung Cancer

ACS CCC conducted three webinars on lung cancer control in the fall of 2021. The first webinar gave an update on the history and current status of eligibility for lung cancer screening.

State and Local Nutrition and Physical Activity Policy: What CCC Coalitions Need to Know

This webinar builds on the release of ACS CCC’s 2021 tool Increasing Healthy Nutrition and Physical Activity Across the Cancer Continuum through Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change: A Resource for Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions and provides CCC coalitions an opportunity to hear from PSE subject matter experts on the latest PSE approaches, data, and resources to inform nutrition and physical activity efforts.

Lung Cancer Control Webinars

ACS CCC conducted two series of webinars on lung cancer control. The first webinar series addressed the issues of Tobacco Cessation in Cancer Survivors, including the stigma they face. The second webinar series focused on Lung Cancer Screening.

Obesity and Cancer Webinars

This webinar series on obesity and cancer explores the impact of obesity on risk and survivorship and how to reduce obesity by reducing the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages.

National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable Webinars

This webinar series on colorectal cancer provides information from the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable on screening rates, messaging to reach the unscreened, and how to address disparities.

Nine Habits of Successful Coalitions Webinar

Nine Habits Webinar. This webinar discussed the recently updated guide entitled, Nine Habits of Successful Comprehensive Cancer Coalitions, 2nd Edition. The guide is a “must-have” resource because it helps to build the capacity of Comprehensive Cancer Control coalitions and other cancer-related organizations, from empowering leadership to setting and implementing priorities.

Let's Talk: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer Survivorship

ACS has developed a new role-playing training to help clinicians have effective and sensitive discussions with cancer survivors around the topics of healthy eating, physical activity, and body weight. The free and CME-accredited training simulation consists of an introduction, a guide to more effective conversations, a basic training simulation, and an advanced simulation.