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Certificates & Licenses
Publications & Forms
Chronic Disease Surveillance and Research Branch
CDOC Priorities & Current Work
CDOC Priorities (2013-2014)
Early Detection: Colorectal Cancer
Nutrition & Physical Activity
California’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan, 2011-2015
Coordinating activities with the state Coordinated Chronic Disease Prevention Program
Building capacity around policy systems and environmental change interventions
Developing a communications platform including a media plan
Collaborating with the state tobacco program to implement trainings to behavioral health professionals on implementing smoking cessation programs
Collaborating with the California Cancer Registry on a progress report of the state cancer plan
Coordinating leadership training of the CDOC Disparities & Access to Care Workgroup’s Access to Cancer Care Community Coalitions
Collaborating with the CDPH and other organizations to establish worksite wellness policies in California worksites
Collaborating with the California Colorectal Cancer Coalition and other partners on a project to increase colorectal cancer screening
Collaborating with several organizations to ensure systems that treat cancer patients utilize after care plans for all patients
Collaborating with the Department of Health Care Services/Every Woman Counts program on a screening promotion project targeting Medi-Cal recipients
Coordinating bi-annual CDOC stakeholders meeting
California’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2016-2020
Last Year's Accomplishments (July 2012- June 2013
Implemented a marketing campaign that promoted worksite wellness models to businesses all throughout California.
Developed and disseminated a Cancer Survivorship Aftercare Plan Utilization survey to over 70 California cancer centers/institutions that care for cancer patients.
Worked with the California Colorectal Cancer Coalition (C4) and other organizations on a pilot project aiming to increase the utilization of FIT testing in clinics serving the uninsured.
Conducted Affordable Care Act implementation trainings to several organizations all throughout California.
Conducted trainings on policy systems and environmental change to CDOC leaders and stakeholders.
Transitioned fiscal administration to CDPH in order to increase efficiency and collaborative opportunities.
Evaluated program objectives.
Coordinated a leadership training for Access to Cancer Care community coalitions situated all throughout California.
Maintained strong collaborative partnerships with several key statewide organizations as well as many CDPH cancer and chronic disease programs.
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