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The new report summarizes work completed from October 2019—September 2020, including four effectiveness recommendations and four economic findings, critical evidence gaps, and priority topics to guide future reviews.
Webinar: Cancer Prevention Interventions: Recommendations from the Community Preventive Services Task Force
Mark your calendar! Join us at 3 pm ET on the 19th to learn more about CPSTF recommendations for cancer prevention and ways they’ve been implemented in communities.
Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.
An economic review published in JAMA Oncology shows interventions that leverage social determinants of health to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screenings are cost-effective.
Topics include cancer screening, HIV prevention, nutrition, physical activity, obesity, social determinants of health, and violence prevention.
A new methods manual provides an overview of Community Guide systematic review methods for assessing the effectiveness and economic evidence that serves as the basis for CPSTF findings.
Evidence shows societal benefits exceed the cost of tenant-based housing voucher programs when combined with certain services.
Systematic review evidence shows mobile phone text messaging interventions help adults quit smoking.
Public health researchers and funders can use insufficient evidence findings issued by CPSTF to develop research proposals and funding announcements.
CPSTF has released recommendations for interventions that introduce physical activity breaks and physically active lessons into the school day.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky expressed her support for The Community Guide in a pre-recorded video shared during the June CPSTF meeting.
New infographic features the benefits of tenant-based housing voucher programs.
Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to share.
William Calvert has been awarded the Jonathan E. Fielding Community Guide Champion Award in recognition of his exceptional service for more than two decades.
New Publication Shows it is Cost Effective to Engage Community Health Workers for Cervical and Colorectal Cancer Screening
New publication details findings from the systematic review of economic evidence showing interventions that engage community health workers are cost effective for cervical and colorectal cancer screening.