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									    Northwest Tribal Comprehensive
Cancer Program and Resource Development




             September 7, 2007
                           Beadwork is courtesy Greg Vann, Cherokee
   NPAIHB Organizational Chart
                   Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
                          Executive Committee Members


                                    NPAIHB
                                 Joe Finkbonner,
                                Executive Director


                       Northwest Tribal Epidemology Center
                             Victoria Warren-Mears,
                                     Director


                                NTCCP & WTDP
                                  Kerri Lopez,
                                   Director


Northwest Diabetes Project          NTCCP               National Diabetes Project
                                    & WHPP
Northwest Tribal Comprehensive Cancer
            Program Goals
 1.   Facilitate a process for Northwest tribes to promote cancer
      risk reduction strategies.
 2.   Provide information on the most current early detection,
      screening and treatment practices through education and
      resource materials.
 3.   Provide education regarding quality of life for cancer
      patients, their families and caretakers.
 4.   Coordinate and collaborate with local and national cancer
      organizations and individuals.
 5.   Improve Indian-specific cancer control data.
       NTCCP Mission

To envision and work toward cancer-
 free tribal communities by taking an
integrated and coordinated approach
            to cancer control
       2007
       •20 Year Tribal Cancer Control Plan Revised
       •Competitive Reapplication and Funding
       •Application for Supplemental Funding to Develop Tribal
       Community Colorectal Cancer Education and Outreach curriculum
          Approved but not funded




1998   1999   2000   2001    2002   2003    2004     2005   2006   2007
                       Resource Guide
Design Considerations
•Area specific art (Nez Perce Baskets and Bags)
•Common footer, except introduction and section header pages
    •Feather
    •Page numbers
    •Publication name and year
•Organization logos on outside corner when available
•Doublesided
•Sections begin on odd numbered pages (face forward when printed)
•Evaluation form
•Order form
•Information update form
•Funding Recognition
•Reduce loss of knowledge during staff turnover
                Table of Contents (page 5)
•Section 1: Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
•Section 2: Northwest Tribal Cancer Contacts
•Section 3: Resources for Cancer Patients and Caregivers
•Section 4: Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Programs
•Section 5: Tribal Cancer Control Planning Forms and Examples
•Section 6: Cancer Control Partnership Programs
•Section 7: Cancer Treatment Centers
•Section 8: Appendices
               Section 1 (page 7)
   Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
Intended Purposes:
•Describe NPAIHB - serves all 43 Federally Recognized Tribes in
 Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
•Lists all NPAIHB Member Tribes
•Illustrates geographic diversity with map of states and Tribes
                  Section 2 (page 11)
            Northwest Tribal Cancer Contacts
Intended Purposes:
•List Tribal Cancer Contacts at all NPAIHB Member Tribes
    Contacts are:
         Community Health Representatives
         Women’s Health Providers
         Medical Directors
         Tribal Health Directors
         All are vitally involved in addressing Cancer in their
         community
•Multiple listings when requested
•Full Contact information including Tribe, Name, Position, Email,
 Phone, Fax, Address, and Last Update
•Organizations interested in outreach have valid contact info
•Tribes have contacts to organize intertribal events
               Section 3 (page 21)
   Resources for Cancer Patients and Caregivers
Intended Purposes:
•List Resources related to Cancer available to individuals
    Pages include:
        General Information
        Resources Available
        How to Obtain Resources
        Contact Information
•Information requested from official representative
•Sent for their review before publication
•Includes table of listed organizations
•Empowers individuals to access resources
•Improves access to organizations for events (ex. Health Fair)
Table of Section 3 Cancer Resources:
•Indicates which types of individual resources are available
    oIncludes:
       Financial
       Housing
       Transportation
       Flight
       Prescription
       Homecare
       Insurance Co-pay Assistance
       Durable Medical Equipment
       Prosthetics & Wigs
       Support Group / Counseling
       Education / Information
       Page Number for Listing
       Icons
                Section 4 (page 41)
Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Programs
Intended Purposes:
•List Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Funded Programs
   Pages include:
      General Information
      Resources Available (Eligibility Guidelines)
      How to Obtain Resources
      Contact Information (Program Manager)
•Information requested from official representative
•Sent for their review before publication
•Includes table and contacts of prime contractors
•Indicates contractor responsible for serving tribes
•Contractor is necessary to access state funding for clinic services
                Section 5 (page 53)
Tribal Cancer Control Planning Forms and Examples
  Intended Purposes:
  •Provide information about Planning
      Strategic
      Activity
  •Sample plans included
  •Blank Forms for use in developing plans
               Section 6 (page 61)
     Cancer Control Partnership Programs for
    conducting Activities with Northwest Tribes
Intended Purposes:
•List Resources related to Cancer available to programs
    Pages include:
        General Information
        Resources Available
        How to Obtain Resources
        Contact Information
•Information requested from official representative
•Sent for their review before publication
•Includes table of listed organizations
•Empowers program development to address burden of cancer
•Improves access to organizations for technical assistance
Table of Section 6 Cancer Resources:
•Indicates which types of technical assistance are available
    Includes:
       Grant
       Presentations
       Trainings
       Speakers Bureau
       Cancer Research
       Conference/Workshop Organizer
       Available Meeting Space
       Data Provider
       Program Evaluation
       Materials Development
       Grant Writing Assistance
       Page Number for Listing
       Icons
                   Section 6 (page 85)
Table of American College of Surgeons Certified Cancer
Centers:
•Organized by state, city
•Information accessed from website
•Contact includes:
    •Name
    •Address
    •Phone Fax
    •Website
•List options of treatment locations
                      Section 7 (page 93)
                         Appendices
Appendix A: Directory of Regional Branches of National Organizations
   •Table of American Cancer Society Branches
   •Addresses of American Cancer Society Branches
   •Table of Susan G. Komen for the Cure Affiliates
   •Addresses of Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Affiliates
   •Table of American Lung Association Regional Offices
   •Addresses of American Lung Association Regional Offices
   •Addresses for Sites of Northwest Tribal Cancer Navigator Program
   •Table of Hospice Organizations Serving Washington Tribes
   •Addresses of Hospice Organizations Serving Washington Tribes
Appendix B: ACS Article: Making Resources Available in Indian Communities
Appendix C: Screening Guidelines
Appendix D: Evaluation Form
Appendix E: Order Form
Appendix F: Update Form
Intended Purposes:
•Where to go for local assistance – know the resources in your
community
•Retain contact information during changes in staff
•Lists tribes in affiliate/branch/office service area
    •All tribes, even those without affiliate coverage
•Where to access Hospice services – potential partner in Palliative Care
•Clarify ACS model of community operation and Resources
   •Included article from Deb Schiro, Vice-President, Survivorship and Quality
   of Life Great West Division, American Cancer Society
•Quick easy to access location for forms (evaluation, order, and update)
            Project Director: Kerri Lopez
              Project Staff: Eric Vinson
      Northwest Tribal Data Registry: Doug White
       Epidemiologist: Thomas Becker, MD, PhD
                  Tel: 503-228-4185
                  Fax: 503-228-8182
             Email: klopez@npaihb.org
           Webpage: http://www.npaihb.org/

Funded by CDC Grant Number 1 U58 DP000786-1

								
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