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									Goal 1: Reduce the number of new cancer cases
                                2000     2001        2002      2003     2004     2005     2006
# of Cancer Cases             20,146   20,948      22,349    21,940   22,811   23,576   23,663
Cancer Incidence Rate          508.2      522       535.6     516.2    525.2    528.3    510.8


Goal 2: Reduce the number of deaths attributable to cancer
# of Cancer Deaths             8,370      8,434      8,472    8,684    8,492    8,818    9,063
Cancer Mortality Rate          216.3      215.3      207.5    207.8    199.1    201.1      198

Source: SC Scan: Online Query
Rates are age adjusted to the 2000 population
Goal Consideration:
Has # of cancer cases decreased?   No
Has incidence rate decreased?      No



Has # of cancer cases decreased?   No
Has incidence rate decreased?      Yes
Goal   Section Topic     Key Words                          Section #




3,5    Pain management   Pain , Advocacy, Awareness ,       1
                         Patient care




3,5    Pain management   Pain , Advocacy, Awareness,        1A.1
                         Patient care
3,5    Pain management   Pain , Advocacy, Awareness,        1A.2
                         Patient care
3,5    Pain management   Pain , Advocacy, Awareness,        1A.3
                         Patient care

3,5    Pain management   Pain , Advocacy, Awareness ,       1A.4
                         Assessment, Patient care

3,5    Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,      1B
                         Cancer center, Clinical guidelines,
                         Dissemination, Awareness,
                         Education, Patient care
3,5    Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,      1B.1
                         Cancer center, Clinical guidelines,
                         Dissemination, Awareness,
                         Education, Patient care

3,5    Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,      1B.2
                         Cancer center, Clinical guidelines,
                         Dissemination, Awareness,
                         Education, Patient care

3,5    Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,     1B.3
                         Cancer centers, Patient,
                         Caregiver, Survivor, Clinical
                         guidelines, Dissemination,
                         Awareness, Education, Patient
3,5    Pain management   care Patient, Caregiver, Survivor, 1C
                         Pain,
                         Awareness, Education, Patient
                         care
3,5   Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,       1C.1
                        Cancer center, Dissemination,
                        Awareness, Education, Patient
                        care
3,5   Pain management   Pain, Patient, Caregiver,            1C.2
                        Awareness, Education, Patient
                        care

3,5   Pain management   Pain, Patient care                   1C.3




3,5   Pain management   Pain, Policy, Patient care           1D




3,5   Pain management   Pain, Awareness, Education,          1D.1
                        Legislation, Policy, Patient care

3,5   Pain management   Pain, Policy-making, Healthcare      1D.2
                        board, Patient care

3,5   Pain management   Pain, Healthcare professional,       1D.3
                        Patient care


3,5   Pain management   Pain, Policy-making, Advocacy,       1D.4
                        Patient care




3,5   Palliative care   Palliative care, Patient care, Policy 1E




3,5   Palliative care   Palliative care, Patient, Caregiver, 1E.1
                        Healthcare professionals,
                        Dissemination, Education,
                        Awareness, Resource guide,
                        Patient care

3,5   Palliative care   Palliantive care, Patient, Caregiver, 1E.2
                        Healthcare professional, Resource
                        guide, Dissemination, Education,
                        Awareness, Patient care
3,5   Palliative care   Palliative care, Patient, Caregiver, 1E.3
                        Healthcare professional, Resource
                        directory, Dissemination,
                        Education, Awareness, Patient
                        care
3,5   Palliative care   Palliative care, Patient, Caregiver, 1E.4
                        Healthcare professional,
                        Dissemination, Education,
                        Awareness, Patient care
3,5   Palliative care   Palliative care, Healthcare          1E.5
                        professional, Education, Patient
                        care




5     Access to care    Access to care, Assessment,          2
                        Patient care



5     Access to care    Access to care, Literature review,   2.1
                        Assessment, Patient care

5     Access to care    Access to care, Assessment, Data 2.2
                        analysis, Patient care




5     Access to care    Access to care, Resource guide,      2.3
                        Patient care
5     Access to care    Access to care, Advocacy,            2.4
                        Medicaid waiver, Patient care
5     Transportation    Transportation, Barriers to care,  3A
                        patient, assessment , Patient care



5     Transportation    Transportation, Survey, Patient      3A.1a
                        care
5     Transportation    Transportation, Survey,              3A.1b
                        Assessment, Patient care
5     Transportation    Transportation, Resource             3A.1c
                        directory, Capacity-building,
                        Patient care
5       Transportation        Transportation, Resource             3A.1d
                              directory, Cancer center,
                              Healthcare professional, Patient
5       Transportation        care
                              Transportation, Capacity-building,   3A.2a
                              Patient care
5       Transportation        Transportation, Resource             3A.2b
                              directory, Patient, Caregiver,
                              Healthcare professional, Patient
                              care
5       Transportation        Transportation, Capacity-building,   3A.2c
                              Program promotion, Patient care

5       Transportation        Transportation, Assessment,          3A.2d
                              Capacity-building, Patient care

5       Transportation        Transportation, Resource            3A.3
                              directory, Healthcare professional,
                              Education, Dissemination,
                              Awareness, Patient care
5       Transportation        Transportation, Survey,              3A.4
                              Assessment, Patient care

2,4,5   Clinical Trial        Clinical Trial, Education,           3B
        Participation         Awareness, Patient care




2,4,5   Clinical Trial        Clinical Trial, Research Staff,      3B.1
        Participation         Patient care

2,4,5   Clinical Trial        Clinical Trials, Recruitment,     3B.2
        Participation         Education, Awareness, Healthcare
                              professional, Public, Assessment,
                              Patient care




2,5     Promote Cancer        Clinical Guidelines, Education,   4
        Practice Guidelines   Awareness, Dissemination, Patient
                              care
2,5   Promote Cancer        Clinical Guidelines, Healthcare   4.1
      Practice Guidelines   professional, Education,
                            Awareness, Dissemination, Patient
                            care

2,5   Promote Cancer        Clinical Guidelines, Healthcare   4.2
      Practice Guidelines   professional, Education,
                            Awareness, Dissemination, Patient
                            care
2,5   Promote Cancer        Clinical Guidelines, Healthcare   4.3
      Practice Guidelines   professional, Education,
                            Awareness, Dissemination, Patient
                            care
Original Plan Location    Objective




Objective 1               Objective 1A. By June 2006, re-establish cancer pain
                          initiative efforts in South Carolina.




Objective 1; Strategy 1

Objective 1; Strategy 2

Objective 1; Strategy 3



Objective 1; Strategy 4



New                       Objective 1B. By December 2010, promote the use of
                          ACS/NCCN approved pain management guidelines to
                          100% of the South Carolina ACOS certified cancer
                          centers.
New




New




New




New                       Objective 1C. By July 2010, educate 2,000 cancer
                          patients, caregivers and survivors on pain
                          assessment and management issues.
New




New




New




New   Objective 1D. By July 2010, improve South Carolina’s
      state pain policy grade from C+ to B.



New


New


New




New




New   Objective 1E. By June 2010, improve South Carolina’s
      state grade of “D” to a “C” on the Center to Advance
      Palliative Care Report Card.




New




New
New




New




New




Objective 2                     Objective 2. By 2006, assess and address the
                                magnitude of indigent cancer care to improve access
                                to care.


Strategy 1


Strategy 2




Strategy 3

Strategy 4

Previously listed as Objective Objective 3A. By 2010, identify and promote
3A. By 2006, identify and       transportation barriers for cancer patients in South
address transportation barriers Carolina.
for cancer patients.

Strategy 1

New

New
New



Strategy 2

New




New


New


Strategy 3




Strategy 4


Objective 3B   Objective 3B. By June 2010, provide education and
               awareness about cancer clinical trials.




Strategy 1


Strategy 2




Objective 4    Objective 4. By June 2010, educate health care
               providers regarding the current accepted cancer
               practice guidelines.
Strategy 1




Strategy 2




Strategy 3
Strategy                                                          Yr Created




                                                                  2005




Strategy 1. Assess interest in re-establishing cancer pain        2005
initiative efforts in South Carolina.
Strategy 2. Collaborate with SCCPI leadership to explore the      2005
status of initiative activities.
Strategy 3. Recruit both former SCCPI members and new             2005
resources to revitalize cancer pain initiative efforts and
education.
Strategy 4. Assess the status of cancer pain management, use      2005
of practice guidelines, and next steps.

                                                                  2009




Strategy 1. Present or provide resources to cancer center         2009
Cancer Committees on pain assessment and treatment
guidelines.



Strategy 2. Share SCPI survey results with cancer centers and     2009
cancer care providers through reports and highlighting areas of
concern/opportunity (ie. professional education around
disparities in pain management).

Strategy 3. Provide pain management education to healthcare       2009
providers, caregivers and survivors through meeting exhibits,
presentations, SCCA/SCPI websites, SCCA Resource Guide
and promotion of other partner events (ex. Pain Congress).
Track attendance at events.
                                                                  2009
Strategy 1. Market and provide APPROACH videos to hospitals       2009
and other healthcare settings.



Strategy 2. Promote and provide pain management educational 2009
opportunities for cancer patients and their families in all regions
of South Carolinas (track # of participants/regions where
education was provided).
Strategy 3. Partner with the Survivor and Family Issues Task        2009
Force to incorporate pain management objectives and strategies
(ie. Palliative Care Network, Pain Management program at
Survivorship Conference, and SCCA Adult and Pediatric
Resource Guides).
                                                                  2009




Strategy 1. Co-host an annual event for legislators and public    2009
policy makers on pain policy issues.

Strategy 2. Partner with the SCPI to work with the healthcare    2009
boards in the establishment of a consensus statement on pain
management.
Strategy 3. Promote the booklet “Responsible Opioid              2009
Prescribing: A Physicians Guide” to oncologists and other
physicians (guide to be customized as a promotional tool for the
SCCA).
Strategy 4. Identify a 2-4 year pain policy/advocacy agenda with 2009
yearly small step strategies for pain management policy that is
balanced. Policies should ensure prescription medications are
available to patients who need them while also keeping those
medications away from those who intend to misuse them.

                                                                  2009




Strategy 1. Identify current palliative care programs and         2009
resources in South Carolina and compile a directory for use by
the public and health care professionals.




Strategy 2. Partner with the Survivor and Family Issues Task      2009
Force to add the palliative care resource directory information
into the SCCA Adult and Pediatric Resource Guides (hard copy
and web versions).
Strategy 3. Produce a printed tool (post card, etc.) to promote     2009
the availability of the palliative care resource information and
distribute to SCCA members and partners.



Strategy 4. Develop printed materials which can be utilized to 2009
promote education and understanding of palliative care to SCCA
members, partners, cancer survivors and family members, and
the public.
Strategy 5. Work collaboratively with SCCA members and         2009
partners to provide at least one professional education event
focused on topics pertinent to palliative care.




                                                                    2005




Strategy 1. Conduct a literature review to establish the state of   2005
indigent cancer care.

Strategy 2. Create a workgroup to review and analyze              2005
appropriate and relevant data:                   >Collaborate
with and assist the SC Central Cancer Registry (SCCCR) in
securing the appropriate resources to compile the data.
> Identify sources of free care and ascertain related cost and
charges. > Conduct data linkage between Hospital Discharge
Data (1996-2002) and SCCCR incident cases (1996-2001).
> Analyze linked data, report by payer status, race, cancer type,
and stage.
Strategy 3. Identify existing resources in communities to         2005
promote access to care in South Carolina.
Strategy 4. Work with other partners to advocate for a cancer       2005
Medicaid waiver in South Carolina.
                                                                    2005




Strategy 1a. Survey radiation oncology centers on issues related 2005
to patient transportation.
Strategy 1b.Complete the survey of cancer treatment centers in 2009
state related to transportation issues and prioritize need.
Strategy 1c. Identify current and potential transportation          2009
resources in South Carolina and organize information
geographically by the eight DHEC Health Regions.
Strategy 1d. Produce transportation resource report by DHEC          2009
regions and distribute to South Carolina hospital based cancer
centers and to SCCA members and networks.
Strategy 2a. Cultivate networks within communities in order for      2005
them to develop their own transportation solutions.
Strategy 2b. Partner with the Survivor and Family Issues Task        2009
Force to provide transportation resource information in the
SCCA Adult and Pediatric Resource Guides (hard copy and web
versions).
Strategy 2c. Promote the American Cancer Society’s Road To           2009
Recovery program and utilize SCCA networks to enhance or
increase transportation resources.
Strategy 2d. Identify key transportation resource contacts in        2009
each of the DHEC Health Regions to identify, utilize and
increase transportation resources.
Strategy 3. Distribute, periodically update, and educate health      2005
care providers on additional transportation resources.



Strategy 4. Re-survey radiation oncology centers routinely to        2005
assess changes.

                                                                     2005




Strategy 1. Recruit health care professionals to work with the       2005
Patient Care Task Force to establish a statewide network of
clinical research staff.
Strategy 2. Formulate a plan to address concerns and issues          2005
related to clinical trial recruitment and the educational needs of
health care providers and the public:               >Internal
marketing in hospitals with clinical trial departments;
> Educate physicians;                           > Establish
baseline/benchmark participation in clinical trials;
> Use national cooperative group marketing tools and media
experts to heighten awareness and educate the public;
> Develop an informational presentation for the lay public that
various members can present to professionals and the public.
                                                                     2005
Strategy 1. Prepare informational materials on accepted cancer 2005
practice guidelines for health care providers.




Strategy 2. Develop or gather materials to be used to exhibit at   2005
professional meetings.


Strategy 3. Arrange to make presentations at professional          2005
meetings.
Data Source                        Ind Construction   Rating   Indicator       Indicator
                                                               Quality (A-C)   Quality (A-C)
                                                                     TA               KC

http://www.carolinasendoflifecar                               A               A
e.org/scpi/




                                                               C               C

                                                               C               C

                                                               C               C



                                                               C               C



Records of Information                                         A               A
dissemination



                                                               B               A




                                                               B               B




                                                               B               B




Records of Information                                         A               A
dissemination
                                   B    B




                                   B    B




                                   B    B




Achieving Balance in State Pain    A    A
Policy: A Progress Report Card
(available at
http://www.painpolicy.wisc.edu
                                   A    A


                                   B?   C


                                   B    B




                                   C?   B




America's Care of Serious          A    A
Illness: A State-by-State Report
Card on Access to Palliative
Care in Our Nation's Hospitals
(report and interactive query
available at
http://www.capc.org/reportcard/)   A    A




                                   A    A
                                     B    B




                                     B    B




                                     B    A




Research Task Force reported    C3   C    C
that a report was developed;
What is title of report? What
were findings?

                                B2   B    B


                                B2   B    B




                                C3   C    C

                                C3   C    C

Were materials developed?;      C2   C    C
record of information
dissemination?


                                B1   B?   A

                                A1   A    A

                                A1   A?   A
                            A1   A   A



                            C3   C   C

                            A1   A   A




                            C3   C   C


                            B2   B   B


                            B2   B   B




                            B1   B   B


Education dissemination     C2   C   C
records; Public awareness
campaign messaging and
targeting




                            C2   C   C


                            C3   C   C




Education dissemination     C2   C   C
records
C2   C?   B




C1   C    B




C1   C    B
Ease of         Ease of         Indicator Notes           Indicator Notes
Measure (1-3)   Measure (1-3)
      TA             KC                    TA             KC

2               2               Agrees with KC notes      Is this a specific accreditation or legislation or
                                                          more generally re-establishing advocacy for
                                                          pain med use in hospitals (y/n answer)?




3               3               Is this to carry out a    How to measure assessing interest?
                                survey? (instrument
3               3               below - line 10). is
                                "Explore status" Also,    How to measure collaborating?
                                vague. What "initiative
                                activities?"
2               2               Agrees with KC notes      What #/% of members?, What is meant by
                                                          new resources? What quantity of new
                                                          resources? Resources and people are 2
                                                          different indicators
3               3               Who is assessed and       How to measure assessing the status of…..?
                                how?

2               2               Clear goal. "Promote the Definie promote, Who are the ACOS certified
                                use of" is vague. "By      centers?
                                December" - need target
                                date. "100%" definite
2               2               target. "SCclear.
                                "Present" - ACOS           Who are the committees; What #/% of
                                "Provide resources" -      committees?
                                what is this? Educational
                                materials? Re: KC note,
                                this is at other ACOS
                                certified cancer centers -
2               2                                          Has survey been done? What reports?,
                                                           What #/% of centers and providers?




2               2               Evaluate the education? What education?; What #/% of events or
                                                        persons educated?




2               2
2   2                               What #/% of hospitals/healthcare orgs? What
                                    marketing strategies?



2   2    Vague strategy             What #/% of pts/family members?; What
         description                promotion strategies?


2   2                               How many strategies/objectives? Unclear
                                    what incorporating objectives and strategies
                                    into these resources means.



1   1




2   2    "Pain policy issues" -
         vague

2   2    How is consensus           How to measure partnering with and working
         statement developed?       with healthcare boards?; more direct to
         Evidence-based?            measure if a conceusus statement was
2   2    How promote? Develop?      established? MDs?,
                                    What #/% of




2   2    This is the outline of a   Need to further refine what steps
         general direction, a
         process - is it really a
         strategy?


1   1




1   1*   * If "yes/no" outcome,
         ease of data collection
         can be "1"




1   1
2    1   Level/extent of              What #/% to receive postcard?
         distribution: (1) entire
         SCCA membership; (2)
         "partners" is vague, is
         this a set list
1*   1   * Because develop is         What and how many specific printed
         "yes/no"? (think this is a   materials?
         question for KC
         regarding her measure
2    2   choice). What about
         Who are the                  What is target # of participants for
         "professionals" targeted?    educational event?
         Specific educational
         goals?



3    3   Re: KC's comment "that Research Task Force reported that report
         report was developed," was developed; how to measure if indigent
         Indigent care is different care was addressed?
         from describing
         disparities.
2    2                              What will be the literature search strategy for
                                    lit review?;

2    2                                This is multiple strategies lumped into one




3    3   What level is a         What types of resources (free clinics?, etc.)
         "community"? Very large
3    3   scope of work.
         Legislators assumed -   What partners; how to advocate?
         add in
2    2   Re: "…identify and           These may be 2 separate objectives, how to
         promote transportation       measure promoting (how many pts receive
         barriers…." Should the       message, what is promo strategy etc?)
         word be "eliminate"
         instead of "promote"?
1*   1   * "yes/no?" Also, which
         centers, is there a set
1    1

1    1   What is a "potential"
         transportation resource?
1* - 2**   2   * 1 for produce and **2     These are really two strategies
               for distribute (what is
               extent of distribution?).
3          3   Re: KC comment,             How to measure cultivating networks?, How
                                           to measure transportation solutions
1          1                               developed?




3          3                               These may be 2 separate strategies; What
                                           promotion strategies used?, what SCCA
                                           networks used to seek addl transportation
2          2   What is a "key              How many/what types of resource contacts
               transportation resource     per region?
               contact?"
2          2   Available for patients?     How often will it be distributed, updated and
               Awkward wording             to whom?; These are really multiple
                                           strategies

1          1   This is built-in evaluation, Resurvey how often?
               so this is good.

2          2   Lacks any specific details Educate whom?..pts, the public, etc.: Using
                                          what educational materials?




2          2   "Recruit" - Is this to      What kind of professionals?, What kind of
               establish a leadership      clinical research staff network? Is this like to
               team to build the           create a research recruitment core?
3          3   network? "Task force" -     This is multiple strategies lumped into one




2          2                               What educational topics?, What educational
                                           tools?, how many healthcare providers?, etc.
2?           1   "Prepare informational    Based on what educational tools?, what
                 materials" - Use existing topics?
                 or develop mew?
                 "Health care" - Cancer
                 care
1 "yes/no"   1




1 "yes/no"   2   Remove the word        How many presentations?; what venues to
                 "Arrange." Who         be targeted?, etc.
                 presents? What topics?
                 To what audience?
History of Changes to   Baseline Yr        Baseline
Indicator


                                      2004 None




                                      2004 Not yet accomplished

                                      2004 Not yet accomplished

                                      2004 Not yet accomplished



                                      2004 Not yet accomplished



                                      2008 Not yet accomplished




                                      2008 Not yet accomplished




                                      2008 Not yet accomplished




                                      2008 Not yet accomplished




                                      2008 Not yet accomplished
2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 C+




2008 Not yet accomplished


2008 Not yet accomplished


2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 D




2008 Not yet accomplished




2008 Not yet accomplished
                                2008 Not yet accomplished




                                2008 Not yet accomplished



                                2008 Not yet accomplished




                                2006 Not yet accomplished




                                2006 Not yet accomplished


                                2006 Not yet accomplished




                                2006 Not yet accomplished

                                2006 Not yet accomplished

Obj. 3a and 3b had identical    2004 Not yet accomplished
objective # (#3) in published
SCCA Plan


                                2008 Not yet accomplished

                                2008 Not yet accomplished

                                2008 Not yet accomplished
                                   2008 Not yet accomplished


                                   2004 Not yet accomplished

                                   2008 Not yet accomplished



                                   2008 Not yet accomplished


                                   2008 Not yet accomplished


                                   2004 Not yet accomplished




                                   2004 Not yet accomplished


Obj. 3a and 3b had identical       2004 Not yet accomplished
objective (#3) in published SCCA
Plan




                                   2004 Not yet accomplished


                                   2004 Not yet accomplished




                                   2004 Not yet accomplished
2004 Not yet accomplished




2004 Not yet accomplished




2004 Not yet accomplished
Benchmark Yr          Benchmark                         Result Yr




               2006 In May 2006 SC Cancer Pain           2006
                    Initiative was re-established as a
                    partnership of the SCCA, ACS, and
                    The Carolinas Center for Hospice
                    and End of Life Care and continues
                    to thrive and to make strides toward
                    improvements in pain management.




               2006 Is there interest?                  2006

               2006

               2006



               2006



               2010




               2010




               2010




               2010




               2010
2010




2010




2010




2010 To improve to "B"                    Data not yet
                                          available



2010


2010


2010




2010




2010 To improve to "C"                    Data not yet
                                          available




2010 No evidence this was accomplished.




2010 No evidence this was accomplished.
       2010 No evidence this was accomplished.




2010          No evidence this was accomplished;
              Tamra West Hospice and End of Life
              Care-NC and SC 803 791-4220. .

       2010




       2010




       2010


       2010




       2010

       2010

       2010




       2010 MET. Chad Dingman, 864 560-1974.
              oncology social worker at
       2010 Per Chad, resurvey not yet done; the
            resurvey will be a detailed interview
       2010 Not yet done; contingent on resurvey
2010 Not yet done; contingent on resurvey


2010 Not yet done; contingent on resurvey

2010 Not yet done; contingent on resurvey



2010


2010 Not yet done; contingent on resurvey


2010



2010


2010




2010


2010




2010
2010




2010




2010
Result                               Status (Accomplished/ Inactive/Active )




In May 2006 SC Cancer Pain Initiative Accomplished
was re-established as a partnership of
the SCCA, ACS, and The Carolinas
Center for Hospice and End of Life
Care and continues to thrive and to
make strides toward improvements in
pain management.




Interest confirmed: partners SCCA,
ACS and The Carolinas Center for
Hospice and End of Life Care




                                     Active




                                     Active
Data not yet available, but steps have Active
been taken that should result in pain
grade improvement: 1) Consensus
statement between SC Board of




Data not yet available                Active
Inactive




Active
Inactive




Accomplished
Status Notes




In May 2006 the South Carolina Cancer Pain Initiative was re-
established as a partnership of the South Carolina Cancer
Alliance, the American Cancer Society and The Carolinas Center
for Hospice and End of Life Care. Three workgroups were formed
(Professional Education, Public Awareness and Advocacy/Policy)
to address the mission of the initiative and its goals around
improving pain management in the state. Due to the strong
partnerships that have made coordination of the initiative possible
and a priority, the SC Pain Initiative continues to thrive and to
make strides toward improvements in pain management. (See
current related objectives 1, 2 & 3)
Initial work on this objective was conducted in 2005-2006, but
was not completed. We assessed the magnitude of indigent care
but did not address it in terms of advocating for a waiver. Efforts
on the objective are currently inactive due to other task force
priorities.
Literature review was done. No document availabe at this time.
Ginie has some documentation.

Per Ginie, this was done. Reported to the patient care task force.
Has hard copy of a prostate report.




Deferred. Realized that getting a medicaid waiver for any cancer
was not feasible.
Realized this was not feasible based on discussions and
understanding of how waivers are passed, budget neutrality etc.
Some strategies for this objective were completed in 2005-2006.
However, efforts were made in 2008 to revise the objective to
one that was more measurable, achievable and timely. (See
current objective 5)
Initial work on this objective was conducted in 2006, with the
formation of the SCCA Clinical Trials Workgroup. A network was
established, with coordination from MUSC Hollings Cancer
Center. While coordination efforts continue through MUSC, the
workgroup is no longer active. The Patient Care Task Force has
not set this issue as a priority area and recommends that the
Research Task Force consider addressing this objective.




On May 5, 2007, Dr. Drew Monitto presented the current cancer
practice guidelines to physicians attending the South Carolina
Medical Association Annual Meeting. Topics covered included
benefits of the NCCN guidelines, medical issues for cancer
patients and updates on lung, breast, colorectal and head and
neck cancers.
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Funded Implementation Grants                  Additional Funded Implementation Grants




2 009/2010 Project # 7. SC Pain Initiative    2008/2009 Project # 1. SC Pain Initiative; Fully funded
(Patient Care Task Force); Total Budget       at $15,000
Request =$18,500; Budget funded at $10,000;
SC Pain Initiative Budget - $10,000; 1.
Personnel $10,000
2009/2010 Project #1: Palliative Care (Patient
Care Task Force); Total Budget
Request=$2000; Fully funded at $2000;
Contractual to cover: support of conference
costs for speakers/trainers for a one-day,
statewide Palliative Care conference.
($2,000)
Total Approved - $ 2,000
Goal      Section Topic               Key Words                          Indicator #



1,2,4,5   Extend Medicaid for breast Medicaid, Breast, Cervical,         1
          and cervical cancer        Cancer, Indigent, Treatment,
          treatment for indigent     Legislation, Policy, Advocacy




1,2,4,5   Extend Medicaid for breast Medicaid, Breast, Cervical,         1.1
          and cervical cancer        Cancer, Indigent, Treatment,
          treatment for indigent     Legislation, Policy, Advocacy,
                                     Education, Awareness




1,2,4,5   Extend Medicaid for breast Medicaid, Breast, Cervical,         1.2
          and cervical cancer        Cancer, Indigent, Treatment,
          treatment for indigent     Assessment
1,2,4,5   Extend Medicaid for breast Medicaid, Breast, Cervical,         1.3
          and cervical cancer        Cancer, Indigent, Treatment,
          treatment for indigent     Assessment, Data analysis



1,2,4,5   Extend Medicaid for breast Medicaid, Breast, Cervical,         1.5
          and cervical cancer        Cancer, Indigent, Treatment,
          treatment for indigent     Assessment, Data analysis
1,2,4,5   Medicaid for colorectal     Medicaid, Colorectal, Cancer,      2
          cancer screening,           Indigent, Screening, Diagnostic,
          diagnostics and treatment   Treatment, Legislation, Policy,
          for indigent                Advocacy




1,2,4,5   Medicaid for colorectal     Medicaid, Colorectal, Cancer,      2.1
          cancer screening,           Indigent, Assessment
          diagnostics and treatment
          for indigent
1,2,4,5   Medicaid for colorectal     Medicaid, Colorectal, Cancer,  2.2
          cancer screening,           Indigent, Legislation, Policy,
          diagnostics and treatment   Advocacy, Education, Awareness
          for indigent




1,2,4,5   Medicaid for colorectal     Medicaid, Colorectal, Cancer,     2.3
          cancer screening,           Indigent, Legislation, Policy,
          diagnostics and treatment   Advocacy, Tobacco, Sales Tax,
          for indigent                Settlement, Assessment

1,2,5     Increase insurance          Insurance, Medicaid, Breast,      3
          coverage for cancer         Cervical, Colorectal, Prostate,
          screening                   Cancer, Screening




1,2,5     Increase insurance          Insurance, Medicaid, Breast,      3.1
          coverage for cancer         Cervical, Colorectal, Prostate,
          screening                   Cancer, Screening, Legislation,
                                      Policy

1,2,5     Increase insurance          Insurance, Medicaid, Breast,      3.2
          coverage for cancer         Cervical, Colorectal, Prostate,
          screening                   Cancer, Screening, Awareness,
                                      Media campaign
1,2,5   Increase insurance        Insurance, Medicaid, Breast,      3.3
        coverage for cancer       Cervical, Colorectal, Prostate,
        screening                 Cancer, Screening, Assessment


1,2,5   Increase insurance        Insurance, Medicaid, Breast,      3.4
        coverage for cancer       Cervical, Colorectal, Prostate,
        screening                 Cancer, Screening, Assessment,
                                  Data analysis
1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales Tax, Settlement      4

1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales tax, Settlement,     4.1
                                Dissemination, Education,
                                Awareness


1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales Tax, Settlement,     4.2
                                Dissemination, Education,
                                Awareness
1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Physical Activity, Diet,   4.3
                                Data collection, SCCA
                                Recruitment




1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales Tax, Settlement,     4.4
                                Education, Awareness

1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales Tax, Settlement,     4.5a
                                Legislation, Advocacy



1,2     SC SC Tobacco Sales Tax Tobacco, Sales Tax, Legislation,    4.5b
                                Advocacy



1,2     Use of SC Tobacco Sales   Tobacco, Cancer control, Youth,   5
        Tax for Cancer Control    Prevention, Cessation,
                                  Legislation, Policy, Advocacy,
                                  Education

1,2     Use of SC Tobacco Sales   Tobacco, Cancer control, Youth,   5.1
        Tax for Cancer Control    Prevention, Cessation,
                                  Legislation, Policy, Advocacy,
                                  Education
1,2   Use of SC Tobacco Sales   Tobacco, Cancer control, Youth, 5.2
      Tax for Cancer Control    Prevention, Cessation,
                                Legislation, Advocacy, Education,
                                Assessment



1,2   Use of SC Tobacco Sales   Tobacco, Cancer control, Youth, 5.3
      Tax for Cancer Control    Prevention, Cessation,
                                Legislation, Advocacy, Education,
                                SCCA Recruitment

1,2   Use of SC Tobacco Sales   Tobacco, Cancer control, Youth,    5.4
      Tax for Cancer Control    Prevention, Cessation,
                                Legislation, Advocacy, Education
Original Plan Location                  Objective



Changed From: Objective 1: To           Objective 1. To secure sustained legislative
secure sustained legislative support    support to extend Medicaid coverage for
to extend Medicaid coverage for         treatment of breast and cervical cancer to all
treatment of breast and cervical        low, income uninsured women in South
cancer to all indigent women in South   Carolina
Carolina.




Previously read: Strategy 1. Educate
key legislators and program officials
to maintain support for the coverage.




New



New




New



Previously read: Objective 2: By June   Objective 2. By June 2007, secure legislative
2007, secure legislative support to     support to extend Medicaid coverage for
extend Medicaid coverage for            screening, early detection, and treatment of
screening, early detection, and         colorectal cancer (CRC) to indigent low
treatment of colorectal cancer to       income, uninsured persons.
indigent persons.




Strategy 1
Previously read: Strategy 2. Educate
key legislators and program officials
to gain support for the coverage.




Previously read: Strategy 3. Explore
option of using tobacco tax increase
(excise/sales tax) and/ or Tobacco
Settlement funds for the required
state match.
Previously read: Objective 3: By June   Objective 3. By June 2010, increase
2007, increase insurance coverage       insurance coverage and use of screening
(public and private) for breast/        services (public and private) for
cervical, colorectal, and prostate      breast/cervical, colorectal, and prostate
cancer screening by 15%.                cancer screening by 15%.




Previously read: Strategy 1. Work
with insurance commission officials,
key legislators and staff to promote
changes in regulation/s/policies to
increase cancer screening coverage.
Strategy 2
New




New




Objective 4                          Objective 4: By June 2006, increase the SC
                                     sales tax on cigarettes to $1.00 per pack.
Strategy 1




Strategy 2


Strategy 3




Strategy 4



Strategy 5




New (Continuation of 5a)




Previously Read: Objective 5: By     Objective 5. By 2010, secure stable state
2008, ensure that 25% of SC          funding for comprehensive cancer control
Tobacco Settlement funds and         with a strong component for tobacco youth
tobacco sales tax is earmarked for   prevention and cessation.
comprehensive cancer control.
Strategy 1
Previously Read: Strategy 2. Gain
understanding of how these funds are
currently committed.




Previously Read: Strategy 3. Recruit
SCCA members to visit with key
legislators and staff to provide
briefings, education, and information
on the benefits of a tax increase.
New
Strategy                                          Yr Created           Data Sources Ind Construction



                                                  2005, Revised 2009   SC Medicaid
                                                                       Program
                                                                       Directive




Strategy 1. Continue to educate and inform        2005
policy makers and legislators regarding the
importance of providing cancer treatment for
uninsured, low income women.




Strategy 2. Monitor fiscal impact of Option 3     2009
treatment services on the Medicaid budget

Strategy 3. Work with Medicaid to tease out     2009
actual cancer treatment cost from other
service cost incurred by women enrolled in
Medicaid by Option 3 (breast or cervical cancer
diagnosis)
Strategy 4. Track shifts in stage of disease at   2009
diagnosis over time to demonstrate lives and
money saved
                                                  2005, Revised 2009   SC Medicaid
                                                                       Program
                                                                       Directive




Strategy 1. Research the experiences of other 2005
states on obtaining Medicaid coverage;
develop a briefing paper on issue.
Strategy 2. Educate key legislators and           2005, Revised 2009
program officials to gain support for recurring
state funding for state wide colorectal cancer
screening program for low income, uninsured
persons.




Strategy 3. Explore option of using tobacco tax 2005, Revised 2009
increase (excise/sales tax) and/ or Tobacco
Settlement funds for the required state match
for Medicaid coverage of CRC services

                                                  2005, Revised 2009




Strategy 1. Work with insurance commission        2005, Revised 2009
officials, key legislators and staff to promote
changes in regulations/policies to increase
private cancer screening coverage and use of
screening services.
Strategy 2. Support and work with partners to     2005, Revised 2009
launch a media campaign to promote support
for increased coverage.
Stategy 3. Explore how other states are         2009
funding access to quality health care for all
citizens (ie Ma, HI, CO)


Strategy 4. Monitor screening rates using data 2009
from BRFSS as well as Medicaid, Medicare,
and State Health Plan billing for screening
procedures
                                                2005    SC Legislative
                                                        Record
Strategy 1. Develop and                          2005
implement/disseminate a plan to educate and
inform SC citizens regarding the rationale for
increased user’s fees (sales tax) on tobacco
products.
Strategy 2. Publicize research findings          2005
supporting tax increase as an effective tool for
preventing youth smoking.
Strategy 3. Ensure that the SC Department of 2005
Education collect/ secure data regarding youth
behavior via Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance
Survey (YRBSS); recruit a Department of
Education representative for SCCA.

Strategy 4. Conduct town meetings at four       2005
targeted locations in SC to promote the
increase in sales tax on cigarettes.
Strategy 5a. Gain support of the necessary       2005
number of legislators to support tax increase to
ensure passage.


Strategy 5b. Continue to work with the SC       2009
Tobacco Collaborative and other key partners
for a unified cigarette tax strategy among
health advocates
                                                2005    SC State
                                                        Budget



Strategy 1. Mobilize cancer control advocates   2005
to educate and inform legislators and staff.
Strategy 2. Gain understanding of how current 2005, Revised 2009
tobacco settlement funds are committed and
how to effective advocate for earmarks for
revenue from increases in cigarette tax for
reduction of cancer burden (comprehensive
cancer control)
Strategy 3. Recruit SCCA members to visit       2005, Revised 2009
with key legislators and staff to provide
briefings, education, and information on the
benefits of comprehensive funding for cancer
control in SC
Strategy 4. Advocate and promote use of         2009
cigarette tax revenue for reducing the cancer
burden in our state. (SCTC and the ACS will
most likely continue to advocate for tax
increase without stipulation of where $ go at
this point)
     Indicator      Indicator Quality   Ease of       Ease of             Indicator Notes
    Quality (A-C)         (A-C)       Measure (1-3) Measure (1-3)

         TA               KC                  TA        KC                         TA
B                   B                1             1                Re: Objective 1 - "sustained
                                                                    legislative support" =
                                                                    "legislation?". Also,
                                                                    recipients of coverage are
                                                                    referred to as being "low
                                                                    income, uninsured." Amend
                                                                    it to read "indigent low
                                                                    income, uninsured"
                                                                    consistent with Objective 2.




B                   A                2             2                Extent of "education" and
                                                                    "inform" is not clear




B or C              A                2 or 3        2                "Fiscal Impact" is vague and
                                                                    appears difficult to measure.

B or C              A                2 or 3        2                Same issues - "tease out,"
                                                                    "work with Medicaid" means
                                                                    what. Sounds complex and
                                                                    requiring data collection.
                                                                    Also, "treatment cost" in this
B or C              A                3             2                case refers to stage at
                                                                    Agrees with KC comment



B                   A                1             1                Distinction between
                                                                    "screening" and "early
                                                                    detection"? Should develop
                                                                    common workding across
                                                                    these, e.g. indigent
                                                                    Degree of legislative
                                                                    support? % of total taget
                                                                    population?




A                   A                1             1                Re: "Experiences of other
                                                                    states" any state? Identify
                                                                    model states. Also,
                                                                    measure would be if there is
                                                                    a briefing paper or not?
B        A   2              2   Need definition of "key
                                legislators" and "program
                                officials." Recurring state
                                funding is clear. How
                                "educate?" How measure
                                the extent effectiveness of
                                this?




B or C   A   2              2   How "explore?" What is
                                desired endpoint. Seems to
                                apply to "securing financial
                                means to meet the required
                                state match…"
B        B   2              3   Re: "prostate cancer,"
                                evidence based?
                                "Insurance coverage" and
                                "use" are 2 different goals -
                                "use" seems to be more
                                overarching, insurance
                                coverage means to that end.




B        B   2              2   "Work with" is vague,
                                "promote change" is vague




B        B   2 (maybe 3 -   2   "Support and work with" is
             see note)          vague. Nature of media
                                campaign? Why media
                                campaign key legislators are
                                target? Rationale? Gives a
C   B   2        2            Define "explore." What is
                              endpoint. Why "Ma, HI,
                              CO?"


B   B   2        2            Recommend: Best divide
                              BRFSS from other sources -
                              self report population data
                              vs. claims data. What years
A   A   1        1            distinguish self reports from
                              Perfect! Very clear.

A   A   1        1 (maybe 3   Large target audience. How
                 see note)    achieve content of plan. Re:
                              the number given to the left,
                              "1 if noting that done, but 3 if
                              evaluating whether
B   A   2 or 3   1            education worked at all."
                              **Strategies 2, 3 and 4 (3
                              and 4 follow below) seem
                              like one component of the
B   A   1        1            above Strategy. Measures
                              See comment above** 2
                              things. "Secure" and "youth
                              behavior" - presumably
                              youth smoking behavior.


A   A   1        1            See comment above**
                              When? (time period). How
                              are locations selected?
B   A   1        1            What is the necessary
                              number? What steps are
                              being taken to "gain
                              support?" What is the size
                              of increase?
B   A   2 or 3   1            Who are the other key
                              partners? What is the
                              extent of the current
                              engagement? Keep same
A   A   1        1            level or grow?
                              Recommend: "Stable"
                              implies consistent, would
                              also want it to be "sufficient"
                              or "ample."

B   B   2        2            What does "mobilize"
                              actually mean in this
                              context?
B   2




B   2




B   2
          Indicator Notes               History of Changes to   Baseline Yr   Baseline
                                        Indicator

                  KC
Is there a budget placement (such                                       2005 Medicaid Option 3 was
as line item) that makes it sustained                                        not in place yet
funding, or does it have to continue
to be reapproved/sustained each
year? What is baseline coverage;
extend to what % of poverty limit?




Who are the key legislators and                                         2005 Not accomplished yet
program officials?; Is it possible to
specify how many advocacy
educational encounters?




                                                                        2008 Not accomplished yet



                                                                        2008 Not accomplished yet




This will require a complex                                             2008 Not accomplished yet
economic analysis

Is there a more specific standard                                       2004 Not accomplished yet
group to extend coverage to? (such
as to those at x% of poverty?)




                                                                        2004 Not accomplished yet
Who are the key legislators and          2004 Not accomplished yet
program officials?; Is it possible to
specify how many advocacy
educational encounters?




                                         2004 Not accomplished yet




What is baseline measure?, For           2004 Not accomplished yet
which insurance carriers?, can this
be measured easily?




Is there a specific change to            2004 Not accomplished yet
strategize for (such as requiring that
policies cover CRC coverage, etc.?)



What partners?                           2007 Not accomplished yet
To document what strategies other      2007 Not accomplished yet
states have used is a stronger
strategy.


Specify for which cancers, to make     2007 Not accomplished yet
more specific



What is the baseline cigarette tax?;   2004 Not accomplished yet
could be incorporated into measure.
                                       2004 Not accomplished yet




                                       2004 Not accomplished yet


                                       2004 Ongoing




                                       2004 Not accomplished yet



                                       2004 Not accomplished yet




                                       2004 Not accomplished yet




                                       2004 Not accomplished yet




Is it possible to specify how many     2004 Not accomplished yet
advocates/key educational contacts
to be made in a given year?
Would be stronger to say to learn    2004 Not accomplished yet
and to document in a briefing how
tobacco funds are comitted and
earmarked.



Is it possible to specify how many   2004 Not accomplished yet
advocates/key educational contacts
to be made in a given year?



What advocacy and promotion          2004 Not accomplished yet
strategy?
Benchmark Yr           Benchmark                                   Result Yr



               2010 In 2006 Option 3 treatment coverage was
                    incorpoated into Medicaid budget; it was
                    taken out in 2009 (January-March) and then
                    reinstated ; SCCA and partners advocated for
                    reinstatement




               2010




               2010



               2010




               2010



2007 revised to 2010




2007 revised to 2010
2007 revised to 2010




2007 revised to 2010




2007 revised to 2010




2007 revised to 2010




               2010
                2010




                2010




2006 revised to 2010 2 active pieces of legislation ongoing: 1) 50
                     cent bill passed house and now in senate; 2)
2006 revised to 2010 30 cent proviso going to senate with SCCA,
                     Continually done in partnership
                       ACS and SC Tobacco Collaborative




2006 revised to 2010


2006 revised to 2010 YRBSS continues to be done; INACTIVE




2006 revised to 2010 Town hall meetings done in Florence and
                     Charleston in partnership with SCCA, ACS
                     and SC Tobacco Collaborative
2006 revised to 2010 Conducted 3 meetings with legislators in
                     Orangeburg, Columbia and Kingstree
                     (PeeDee) ; done in partnership with SCCA,
                     ACS and SC Tobacco Collaborative

2006 revised to 2010




  Revised from 2008 "Comprehensive state funding" stalled;
             to 2010 however, 5 million is in house tobacco tax bill
                     to address youth prevention; (not yet passed)


  Revised from 2008
             to 2010
Revised from 2008
           to 2010




Revised from 2008
           to 2010




Revised from 2008
           to 2010
Result                                 Status (Accomplished/ Inactive/Active )



Through the collaborative efforts of   Accomplished; but must be continually monitored
the SCCA, this objective was
achieved for FY2006-2007.




                                       Accomplished; a state wide media campaign to promote this
                                       Medicaid expansion took place during September 2005 with
                                       a kick off Press Conference (Susan G Koman for the Cure
                                       and SCCA) in Greenville.




Partially Accomplished: CRC             Partially Accomplished: SCOPE Program for SC
screening coverage added for SC uninsured established in 2008 which covers screening, but
Medicaid recipients ( 8/2006).          does not cover diagnostics and treatment.
>50,000 SC Medicaid recipients now
eligible for free CRC screening; this
screening service is only available for
existing SC Medicaid recipients and
includes only a portion of low income
uninsured persons 50-64 years of
age. Update: Increased to 2 million in
coverage in 4/ 2010; In 2008, $1
million state allocation to DHEC to
support
Accomplished: Informally researched
the experiences of CO, MD and NY-
spoke with their program officials
Accomplished   Two pivotal meetings held in SC: SC Dialogue for Action
               on Colorectal Cancer meeting, funded by CDC, was held in
               Columbia, SC (August, 2007). Meeting provided our leaders
               an opportunity to interact with key policy makers, health care
               providers, public health professionals and cancer survivors
               to engage in a dialogue about CRC screening as a part of a
               coordinated cancer control strategy for SC. This meeting
               was well attended, including MDs. SCCA coordinated a
               follow up meeting entitled Colorectal Cancer in South
               Carolina: Building Bridges. (Jan 2008). Over 120
               participants attended each of these statewide meetings
               focused on CRC. History and advocacy for SCOPE
               Funding: SC DHEC included a budget request to develop a
               statewide CRC screening program for uninsured residents in
               SC in 2008; SC DHEC communicated with and monitored
               the 5 Pilot CRC Programs that were initially funded by CDC.
               SCCA members advocated for and supported budget
               request. On February 12, 2008 advocates met with
               Representative Dan Cooper, Chairman of the House Ways
               and Means Committee to advocate for this budget request
               and with Senator Hugh Leatherman, Chairman of the Senate
               Finance Committee and other key members of the Senate
Active




Inactive




Partially accomplished
Active
Status Notes                                               Additional Notes



While this objective was accomplished 7/1/2005,
with SC Medicaid extending coverage for breast
and cervical cancer treatment for all women <200%
of poverty (ie. option 3 adopted),Option 3 treatment
services was eliminating in 2009 (jan -March) then
reinstated in March; SCCA and partners advocated
for reinstatement; SCCA must remain vigilant to
ensure continued funding as part of the DHHS
budget; As of July 2008, more than 1,000 women
with breast or cervical cancer have received
treatment through this expansion of services that
began in July 2005.
A state wide media campaign to promote this
expansion took place during September 2005 with a
kick off Press Conference (Susan G Koman for the
Cure and SCCA) in Greenville. Chairman Dan
Cooper, Ways and Means Committee, spoke at this
event. Media coverage for this promotion was state
wide with many SCCA members involved.




SCOPE SC: SC Legislature allocated 1 million
dollars to SC DHEC in 2008 and 2009 for statewide
CRC screening program for uninsured SC citizens.
A two million dollar allocation is in the budget for the
2010 legislative session. The program, Screening
Colonoscopies on People Everywhere (SCOPE
SC), has screened over 600 SC citizens at no cost
to them who would otherwise not have an
opportunity to have a colonoscopy. SCCA has
worked very closely with ACS, CCCR at USC and
SCGA to advocate for this program.
Insurance coverage for CRC screening has
increased both in the public sector (Medicaid and
Medicare both cover screening services) and the
private sector (State Health Plan and Blue Cross
Blue Shield both cover screening services); Breast
and cervical screening program (Best Chance
Network) for low income, uninsured women has
been expanded with state appropriations of $2
million in the 2008-2009 budget; $1 million added to
the DHEC budget for creating a colorectal cancer
screening program for low income, uninsured
persons. This effort includes a media campaign
component to increase screening among African
Americans as well as general public.

See detailed documentation for CRC advocacy for
BCBS CRC screening coverage under Early
Detection section 1.4b.



For SCOPE SC, a media campaign component to
increase screening among African Americans as
well as general public was funded.
In 2008, both the SC House and Senate approved a
50 cents cigarette tax increase but this bill was
vetoed by thedebate to focusthe House sustained
Focused the Governor and on a cigarette tax
increase as a health measure that will reduce
smoking and related health care cost; State and
local public opinion polls consistently show strong
support for a cigarette tax increase; State legislative
support has increased significantly in past 2 years;
Contact          Funded Implementation Grants



Gailya Walters




Gailya Walters   2009/2010 Project # 8. SCCA Educational
                 Briefing; (Advocacy and Policy Task Force);
                 Budget Request = $11,000, Budget funded
                 = $1719; SCCA Educational Briefings
                 Budget - $1,719
                 1. Travel $1,719

Gailya Walters



Gailya Walters




Gailya Walters




Gailya Walters
Gailya Walters         2009/2010 Project # 8. SCCA Educational
                       Briefing; (Advocacy and Policy Task Force);
                       Budget Request = $11,000, Budget funded
                       = $1719; SCCA Educational Briefings
                       Budget - $1,719
                       1. Travel $1,719




Gailya Walters




Gailya Walters/Nancy
Cheney




Gailya Walters/Nancy
Cheney




Gailya Walters/Nancy
Cheney
Gailya Walters/Nancy
Cheney



Gailya Walters/Nancy
Cheney



Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers
Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers




Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers

Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers




Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers

Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers



Gailya Walters/Sharon
Biggers



Sharon Biggers




Sharon Biggers
Sharon Biggers




Sharon Biggers




Sharon Biggers
Additional Funded Implementation Grants
Goal        Section Topic    Key Words                    Indicator #

1,2,3,4,5




1,2,3,4,5   Cancer Research Cancer research, Assessment   1
            Needs
            Assessment




1,2,3,4,5   Cancer Research Cancer research, Assessment, 1.1
            Needs           Inventory cancer research
            Assessment      resources
1,2,3,4,5   n/a                 Faculty recruitment, Cancer      1.2
                                research, Infrastructure
                                development



1,2,3,4,5   Research Capacity Staff recruitment, Cancer          2
                              research, Infrastructure
                              development


1,2,3,4,5   Research Capacity Faculty recruitment, Cancer        2.1
                              research, Infrastructure
                              development




1,2,3,4,5   Research Capacity Faculty recruitment, Cancer   2.2
                              research, Infrastructure
                              development, Cancer research,
                              Infrastructure development
1,2,3,4,5   Research          Cancer research, Education,   3
            Education for the Public, Media campaign,
            Public            research participation


1,2,3,4,5   Research            Cancer research, Education,      3.1
            Education for the   Public, Media campaign,
            Public              research participation
1,2,3,4,5   Research            Cancer research, Education,      3.2
            Education for the   Public, Media campaign,
            Public              Research participation

1,2,3,4,5   Institutional       Cancer research, Institutional   4
            Support for         support
            Research




1,2,3,4,5   Institutional       Cancer research, Institutional   4.1
            Support for         support
            Research
1,2,3,4,5   Institutional       Cancer research, Institutional   4.2
            Support for         support
            Research
1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Institutional   5
                 Infrastructure   support, Resources




1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Institutional   5.1
                 Infrastructure   support, Resources




1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Institutional   5.2
                 Infrastructure   support, Resources




3                Research         Cancer research, Institutional   5.3
                 Infrastructure   support




1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       6
                 Infrastructure   building



1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       6.1
                 Infrastructure   building



1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       6.2
                 Infrastructure   building

1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       6.3
                 Infrastructure   building
1,2,3,4,5        Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       6.4
                 Infrastructure   building


Research         Research         Cancer research, Capacity-       7
Infrastructure   Infrastructure   building, Training
Research         Research            Faculty recruitment   7.1
Infrastructure   Infrastructure




Research         Research                                  7.2
Infrastructure   Infrastructure

Research         Research                                  7.3
Infrastructure   Infrastructure

1,2,4            Tissue Bank                               8




1,2,4            Tissue Bank                               8.1



1,2,4            Tissue Bank                               8.2




1,2,4            Tissue Bank                               8.3



1,2,4            Tissue Bank                               8.4




1,2,4            Physician Network                         9
                 for Best Practice
                 Dissemination

1,2,4            Physician Network                         9.1
                 for Best Practice
                 Dissemination
1,2,4            Physician Network                         9.2
                 for Best Practice
                 Dissemination
1,2,4            Physician Network                         9.3
                 for Best Practice
                 Dissemination
1,2,4     Physician Network   9.4
          for Best Practice
          Dissemination
1,2,4,5   Research            10
          Infrastructure

1,2,4,5   Research            10.1
          Infrastructure
1,2,4,5   Research            10.2
          Infrastructure



1,2,4,5   Junior Faculty      11
          Development




1,2,4,5   Junior Faculty      11.1
          Development
1,2,4,5   Junior Faculty      11.2
          Development




1,2,4,5   Junior Faculty      11.3
          Development

1,2,4,5   Junior Faculty      11.4
          Development
Original Plan Location   Objective




Objective 1              Objective 1: By August 2005, produce a report
                         prioritizing cancer research in South Carolina.




Strategy 1               Accomplished via publication….began to do that but too
                         vague, expensive to create but nobody would use it,
                         drop it, done--disparities network funded done well
                         federally funded grant application through NCI,
                         community trials thru minority health and health
                         disparities.
Strategy 2 re: junior faculty recruitment now its own junior faculty recruitment not our objective, we don't
objective (See Objective 11 & related strategies)     recruit faculty, should be helping to develp capacity to
                                                      train junior faculty towards SC reseach



Objective 2                                             Objective 2. By October 2005, begin to develop a Core
                                                        Resource of wide-ranging scientific and administrative
                                                        expertise to assist South Carolina-based researchers in
                                                        focusing on specific cancer-related problems and
                                                        administrative issues.
Strategy 1                                              drop it….




Strategy 2                                              vague, drop it…..



Previously listed as Objective 3. By June 2006, the     Objective 3. The SCCA will launch/sponsor a public
SCCA will launch/sponsor a public relations             relations campaign to educate the South Carolina
campaign to educate the South Carolina public           public about scientific research and participation in
about scientific research and participation in cancer   cancer research studies.
research studies.
Strategy 1



Strategy 2




Previously read: Objective 4. By January 2007, gain     Objective 4. Continue to gain broad-based institutional
broad-based institutional support for cancer            support for cancer research by encouraging
research by encouraging organizations to assist in      organizations to assist in cultivating South Carolina as a
cultivating South Carolina as a vibrant, active, and    vibrant, active, and important place to conduct cancer
important place to conduct cancer research.             research.

Strategy 1                                              not research objective



Strategy 2                                              drop it….
Previously read: Objective 5. By June 2007,           worked with helath science sc to get a uniform consent,
provide researchers with the most complete and        maybe not our job to facilitate thing happening, but it is
uncomplicated access to research resources of any     our job to make the relevant entities of what's going on.
place in the United States.                           (ex. Let hssc know the issue and have them work it),
                                                      assistance function ; may want to say done and drop it
                                                      as an objective


Previously read: Strategy 1. Allow researchers        Like it, continues to be important
access to identified data to be used at points of
greatest efficiency (e.g., around the tissue bank).




Previously read: Strategy 2. Recognizing that there too vague, drop it
is not a long track record of academic researchers
conducting epidemiologic research utilizing
statewide resources such as DHEC’s South
Carolina Central Cancer Registry (SCCCR) and the
Budget and Control Board’s Office of Research and
Statistics, to create a climate of trust and
cooperation that will result in streamlined approval
processes to optimize scientific potential.

Strategy 3                                            Vague, could be increase recruitment into approved
                                                      trials, have low rate of trial accrual, double rate of
                                                      recruitment, encourage development of homegrown
                                                      proposals; split into 2 separate strategies


Objective 6                                           Objective 6. By October 2007, develop a core resource
                                                      that will assist cancer researchers with the recruitment,
                                                      retention, and compliance of human subjects into
                                                      cancer research protocols of all types.
Strategy 1                                            reword to facilitate…..




Strategy 2                                            all strategies…



Strategy 3

Strategy 4



Objective 7                                           Objective 7. By October 2007, develop training and
                                                      networking-specific expertise to focus on specific
                                                      cancer-related problems and issues.
Strategy 1 (deleted in current plan version)??   gone




Strategy 2 (deleted in current plan version)??   gone



Strategy 3 (deleted in current plan version)??   gone



Objective 8                                      Objective 8. By October 2008, develop and oversee a
                                                 Statewide Tissue Bank, which will collect cancer
                                                 specimens from all pathology services associated with
                                                 the three largest medical centers in South Carolina
                                                 (USC/Palmetto Health, Hollings Cancer Center/MUSC,
                                                 and the Greenville Hospital System) and provide
                                                 technical assistance to all other entities that treat
                                                 cancer patients in South Carolina.
Strategy 1                                       done… all



Strategy 2                                       done… all




Strategy 3                                       done… all



Strategy 4                                       done… all




Objective 9                                      Objective 9. By October 2008, establish a network of
                                                 physicians to disseminate Best Practices to community
                                                 physicians practicing in rural areas.

Strategy 1                                       dormant



Strategy 2                                       dormant



Strategy 3                                       dormant
Strategy 4                                              dormant



Objective 10                                            Objective 10. By 2008, establish and maintain closer
                                                        partnerships among researchers, communities, and
                                                        community leaders.
Strategy 1                                              stay

Strategy 2                                              done it,




Previously listed as Objective 1; Strategy 2; now its   Objective 11. Continue developing a cadre of junior
own Objective. Plan for and begin to develop a          faculty in the state’s colleges and universities that can
cadre of junior faculty in the state’s colleges and     promote and conduct research across the full spectrum
universities that can promote and conduct research      of cancer prevention and control; including basic
across the full spectrum of cancer prevention and       epidemiologic and bench-science studies, clinical trials,
control; including basic epidemiologic and bench-       and health services and policy research.
science studies, clinical trials, and health services
and policy research.

New                                                     could move health sciences scto where junior faculty
                                                        one was
New                                                     delete




New                                                     delete



New                                                     could become #2 under junior faculty
Strategy                                                       Yr Created   Data Source




                                                               2005         Journal of the SC Medical
                                                                            Association (Original
                                                                            report: July 2005; was it
                                                                            republished with
                                                                            community input in
                                                                            2006?)




Strategy 1. Determine the specific cancer research needs in     2005
the state and focus research efforts across institutions
conducting cancer research and providing cancer-related care.
> By 2 September 2005, begin to inventory and catalogue
existing, information resources, databases, systems, and
networks for cancer research; through the Data Needs
Committee, Research Task Force of the SCCA, monitor this
as an ongoing activity. Based on this work, identify needs and
refine future plans.                                 >By 15
October 2005, begin to identify specific target populations in
relation to specific target cancers where research is warranted
(e.g., in rural communities, among high-risk minority
populations we could conduct a tobacco-related intervention
and combine it with etiologic study of oral cancer and
precancerous lesions from which we would learn the
underlying reasons for the high rates of disease and poor
prognosis in African Americans); through the Research Task
Force of the SCCA, monitor this as an ongoing activity.
Strategy 2 re: junior faculty recruitment now its own objective    2005            See Objective 11)
(See Objective 11 & related strategies)




Too formal, drop it…..                                             2005            ???




Strategy 1. Recruit cancer experts from institutions outside       2005
South Carolina to consult and assist with developing the
capacity to perform in-depth cancer research across the
cancer prevention and control spectrum; organize working
groups consisting of these individuals who would consult on
grant applications, review protocols, and function as
consultants or as subcontractors, as appropriate.

Strategy 2. Develop relationships that will lead to long-term      2005
collaborations and improve recruitment of faculty into SC-
based research (and support) institutions.
                                                                   2005, Revised   Campaign summary
                                                                   2009            report




Strategy 1. Hire a public relations firm/individual to work with   2005
the SCCA to develop/create the core underpinnings of the
campaign and its priority messages.
Strategy 2. Create a model study participant recruitment           2005
campaign that capitalizes on the statewide public relations
campaign, which can be used by a variety of research
disciplines in cancer control.
drop it…                                                           2005            ???




Strategy 1. Obtain the unequivocal political support of leaders 2005
in academia, medical care, NGOs, grass roots organizations,
and other places of relevance.
Strategy 2. Enable the appropriate group within each research 2005
institution to become a strong, unrelenting advocate for cancer
prevention and control research.
Objective 5. Continue to work toward providing researchers      2005. Revised
with the most complete and uncomplicated access to research 2009
resources of any place in the United States. Facilitate support
that will develop a core resource that will assist cancer
researchers with the recruitment, retention, and compliance of
human subjects into cancer research protocols of all types.


Strategy 1. Allow researchers access to identified data to be   2005, Revised
used at points of greatest efficiency (e.g., around the tissue  2009
bank) by build on existing resources, and create new core
competencies to assist basic science researchers, clinician
scientists, and population-oriented researchers with recruiting
human subjects into a variety of studies.
Strategy 2. Recognizing that there is not a long track record of 2005, Revised
academic researchers conducting epidemiologic research             2009
utilizing statewide resources such as DHEC’s South Carolina
Central Cancer Registry (SCCCR) and the Budget and Control
Board’s Office of Research and Statistics, to create a climate
of trust and cooperation that will result in streamlined approval
processes to optimize scientific potential. Assure that these
resources are allocated efficiently in order to optimize effect on
cancer incidence, mortality, and post-diagnosis quality of life.

Strategy 1. Gain support of leaders from organizations         2005
providing cancer diagnosis and care to remove the barriers
that place South Carolina in an unfavorable position for
conducting cancer research optimally responsive to the
highest risk population.
nice idea but no charge to do that, drop it or word it as      2005              ???
faciltating function , more of a linkage function, reword
encourage partners to….


Strategy 1. Build on existing resources, and create new core    2005
competencies to assist basic science researchers, clinician
scientists, and population-oriented researchers with recruiting
human subjects into a variety of studies.
Strategy 2. For both observational and intervention studies,   2005
develop resources to assist with subject follow-up and
retention.
Strategy 3. For intervention trials of all types, develop      2005
centralized resources to enhance compliance with protocols.
Strategy 4. Assure that these resources are allocated          2005
efficiently in order to optimize effect on cancer incidence,
mortality, and post-diagnosis quality of life.
drop it…                                                       2005              ???
Strategy 1. Recruit senior faculty with established track       2005
records in cancer re search at a ratio of about 1:6 with junior
faculty (use the matching fund provisions of the Centers of
Economic Excellence whose signatories include USC, MUSC,
Palmetto Health, and the Greenville Hospital System).
Strategy 2. Recruit junior faculty with promise in cancer        2005
research at a ratio of about 6:1 with senior faculty (use
mechanisms such as the Centenary Program at USC).
Strategy 3. Produce the next generation of skilled cancer        2005
researchers in South Carolina, by writing training grants that
will focus on ties to populations at highest risk.
Strategies all done, need to continue being an advocate to       2005   Is Tissue Bank
maintain tissue bank resource                                           established and
                                                                        operating? Is appropriate
                                                                        TA being provided?




Strategy 1. Obtain strong support for a statewide network of     2005
tissue banking from all large medical facilities in the state.


Strategy 2. Expand and deepen research capacity at each of       2005
the three largest medical centers, USC/Palmetto Health, the
Hollings Cancer Center/MUSC, and the Greenville Hospital
System.
Strategy 3. Develop capacity for technical assistance across     2005
these three centers and a mechanism for transfer to other
facilities to participate using approved protocols.
Strategy 4. Ensure that tissue bank resources can be used for 2005
epidemiologic research; ensure linking of these data with
descriptive patient information obtained from other state
resources (e.g., SCCCR) and data collected as part of
approved (at local IRBs) human subjects research.
dormant                                                          2005   List of network providers;
                                                                        messages that have
                                                                        been disseminated

Strategy 1. Develop an Alumni Network of South Carolina-         2005
trained physicians to refer and encourage patients to
participate in cancer research projects.
Strategy 2. Work with the medical universities to recruit new    2005
physicians to actively participate in research and Best
Practices.
Strategy 3. Develop reward systems so that Strategy 2 can        2005
really work.
Strategy 4. Involve the SCCA in physician-group state            2005
meetings to promote cancer research in the state.


Increase the # of scca proposals that cross research,            2005            ???
community lines scca affilitated

Strategy 1. Develop and encourage relationships with             2005
community gatekeepers.
Strategy 2. Establish a caucus of community members,       2005
gatekeepers, and researchers to address community
problems and expand knowledge related to cancer prevention
and control research.
deleted                                                          2005, Revised   ???
                                                                 2009




Strategy 1. Engage Health Sciences South Carolina – MUSC, 2009
Clemson, USC, Greenville Hosptial Systems, & Palmetto
Health
Strategy 2. Recruit senior faculty with established track       2009
records in cancer re search at a ratio of about 1:6 with junior
faculty (use the matching fund provisions of the Centers of
Economic Excellence whose signatories include USC, MUSC,
Palmetto Health, and the Greenville Hospital System).

Strategy 3. Recruit junior faculty with promise in cancer        2009
research at a ratio of about 6:1 with senior faculty (use
mechanisms such as the Centenary Program at USC).
Strategy 4. Produce the next generation of skilled cancer        2009
researchers in South Carolina, by writing training grants that
will focus on ties to populations at highest risk.
Ind Construction   Indicator Quality (A-C)   Ease of Measure (1-3)




                   A                         1




                   B                         3
n/a   n/a




B     2




B     2




C     3



A     1




A     1



A     1




C     3




C     3



C     3
C   3




C   3




B   3




B   3




B   3




B   3




B   3



B   3

B   3



B   3
B   3




B   3



C   2



A   1




C   2



C   3




C   3



A   1




B   2




A   2



A   2



B   1
B   2



C   3



C   3

B   2




B   2




C   3

B   3




B   3



C   2
Indicator Notes                     History of Changes to   Baseline Yr   Baseline
                                    Indicator




                                                            2004          Not yet published




These are really several separate                           2004          Not accomplished yet
strategies;
                                          2004 Not accomplished yet




Would this be through the SC              2004 Not accomplished yet
research consortium?, or more
informal capacity building at each
institution?

How many experts recruited?, What         2004 Not accomplished yet
working groups?




Would these be formal MOAs?,              2004 Not accomplished yet
What are baselines for current
recruitment rates?




                                          2004 Not yet accomplished


                                          2004 Not yet accomplished



How to define broad-based                 2004 Not yet accomplished
institutional support?; How to
measure encouraging organizations
to assist in cultivating South Carolina
as a vibrant, active, and important
place to conduct cancer research.?
How can this be measured?                 2004 Not yet accomplished


How to measure if someone is              2004 Not yet accomplished
enabled to be an advocate?
How can this be measured?                  2004 Not yet accomplished




How can this be measured?                  2004 Not yet accomplished




Could this be more simply stated to        2004 Not yet accomplished
reduce the # of days for IRB
approvals from x to x?, or describe
the more streamlined process
sought?--a simpler way to describe
the change desired?




How to measure if support has been         2004 Not yet accomplished
gained? Is there a change in the
research process that could be
stated as the outcome?


Would the core be through the SC           2004 Not yet accomplished
research consortium?



Is this by institution or a central core   2004 Not yet accomplished
somewhere?, hard to know how to
measure success

Is this by institution or a central core   2004 Not yet accomplished
somewhere?, hard to know how to
measure success
Is this by institution or a central core   2004 Not yet accomplished
somewhere?, hard to know how to
measure success or a central core
Is this by institution                     2004 Not yet accomplished
somewhere?, hard to know how to
measure success
Is this by institution or a central core   2004 Not yet accomplished
somewhere?, hard to know how to
measure success
how many faculty are needed by               2004 Not yet accomplished
institution? Could write it to fill in the
gap (# of faculty needed)



how many faculty are needed by               2004 Not yet accomplished
institution? Could write it to fill in the
gap (# of faculty needed)
More specific to say to get x # of           2004 Not yet accomplished
training grant (or student slots) by
graduate program funded?
                                             2004 Not yet accomplished




How to measure strong support?               2004 Not yet accomplished
(MOUs), or Maybe just measure was
a tissue bank put in place?
Research capacity in what areas?             2004 Not yet accomplished



How to measure?, Would this be a             2004 Not yet accomplished
statewide staff person available, etc?


                                             2004 Not yet accomplished




Maybe specify best practices for             2004 Not yet accomplished
what…screening, treatment, etc?,
what types of providers to be
targeted?
                                             2004 Not yet accomplished


                                             2004 Not yet accomplished


What kind of reward system?                  2004 Not yet accomplished
Could specify how many meetings              2004 Not yet accomplished
SCCA reps would participate in to
make more measurable
How to measure?                              2004 Not yet accomplished


How to measure?                              2004 Not yet accomplished

                                             2004 Not yet accomplished



Could specify how many would be              2004 Not yet accomplished
needed to fill in gaps to make more
tangible




Engage Health Sciences Foundation            2004 Not yet accomplished
to do what?
how many faculty are needed by               2004 Not yet accomplished
institution? Could write it to fill in the
gap (# of faculty needed)



how many faculty are needed by               2004 Not yet accomplished
institution? Could write it to fill in the
gap (# of faculty needed)
More specific to say to get x # of           2004 Not yet accomplished
training grant (or student slots) by
graduate program funded?
Benchmark Yr      Benchmark                  Result Yr   Result   Status
                                                                  (Accomplished/
                                                                  Inactive/Active )




2005 revised to   Published in the Journal                        Accomplished
2010              of the SC Medical
                  Association online in
                  July, 2005 and in hard
                  copy in 2006.




2005 revised to
2010
2005 revised to
2010



2005 revised to
2010



2005 revised to
2010




2005 revised to
2010

2006 revised to
2010




2006 revised to   No evidence that this
2010              was accomplished.

2006 revised to   No evidence that this
2010              was accomplished.


2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010

2007 revised to
2010
2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010



2007 revised to
2010



2007 revised to
2010

2007 revised to
2010
2007 revised to
2010


2007 revised to
2010
2007 revised to
2010




2007 revised to
2010

2007 revised to
2010

2008 revised to   Phillip Buckhaltes
2010              established the tissue
                  bank and had primary
                  oversight over it until he
                  recently moved to
                  MCG. Elle Weinkle is
                  the interim coordinator
                  for the tissue bank. Her
2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010


2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to   Per Ella Weinkle, tissue
2010              bank coordinator, there
                  is currently no process
                  in place to request tissue
                  in the tissue bank.
2008 revised to
2010


2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010
2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010
2008 revised to   Accomplished per
2010              Dr. Hebert;



2008 revised to   Active
2010




2008 revised to
2010
2008 revised to
2010




2008 revised to
2010

2008 revised to
2010
Status Notes

Check with Dr. hebert on research stuff




The initial phase of the needs reporting was done as part of the
Cancer Research Network, funded by the CDC. This occurred on the
same timeline as the initial development of the SCCA (i.e., in 2003-
4). Refined versions of these reports were published in a special
symposium (July 2005) issue of the journal of the South Carolina
Medical Association. In June 2006, we will republish these articles in
a hardcopy special symposium issue of the Journal of the South
Carolina Medical Association. This will allow for incorporating
comments from the various communities/ constituencies involved.
To our knowledge, this is the first time that community-based
participatory research (CBPR) has been part of the process of
developing research priorities and strategies for a statewide cancer
plan. Next steps per Dr. Hebert: Periodic updates: cancer report
card, every 5 years, 2005, 2005 journal, 2010 report card again in
2010, mortality and incidence ratio in cancer article in Cancer

Determination of specific cancer needs was accomplished via
SCMA publication. Inventory and catalogue of existing, information
resources, databases, systems, and networks for cancer research
was begun, but not completed: A) activity too vague and B) this
would be expensive to create but nobody would use it. Dr. Hebert
recommends dropping this sub-strategy. Identification of specific
target populations in relation to specific target cancers where
research is warranted (e.g., in rural communities was accomplished..
A disparities network was accomplished was funded through a well
federally funded grant application through NCI; community trials were
done through minority health and health disparities.
Recommend revision of objective because this is not an
objective of the SCCA "recruitment of junior faculty" is not an
activity of SCCA. We shoulrevise this to "help to develp
capacity to train junior faculty in the research needs of SC" per
Dr. Hebert
Recommend that this objective was too formal and should be
dropped per Dr. Hebert.




Recommend to drop this strategy that is related to the above
objective per Dr. Hebert




Recommend to drop this strategy because it is too vague per
Dr. Hebert




Recommend to drop this strategy because it is too vague per
Dr. Hebert




Recommend to drop this strategy because it is not a research
objective per Dr. Hebert.

Recommend to drop this strategy because it is too vague per
Dr. Hebert
SCCA worked with health science sc to get a uniform consent, It
may not be SCCA responsibility to facilitate things happening,
but it is our responsibility to make the relevant entities aware of
what is going on. (ex. Let hssc know the issue and have them
work it (ie. assistance function); Dr. Hebert recommended that
we may want to note this was accomplished and drop it as an
objective.
This objective continues to be important and should be
maintained in SCCA Plan, as researchers' access to tissue bank
materials will need to be monitored over time per Dr. Hebert.




Recommend this objective be dropped because it is too vague
per Dr. Hebert.




This strategy is too vague. It could be reworded to increase
recruitment into approved trials, It could be split into two
seperate strategies: 1) because we have a low rate of trial
accrual; a strategy could be to double the rate of recruitment,
and 2) encourage development of investigator initiated
proposals. (Per Dr. Hebert) but SCCA has no charge to do this.
This strategy is a nice idea
We could either drop the strategy or reword it to be a faciltating
or linkage function; reword "encourage partners to…." per Dr.
Hebert
This strategy could be reworded to "facilitate…" per Dr. Hebert




This strategy could be reworded to "facilitate…" per Dr. Hebert



This strategy could be reworded to "facilitate…" per Dr. Hebert

This strategy could be reworded to "facilitate…" per Dr. Hebert



Recommend to drop this objective per Dr. Hebert
Recommend to drop this objective per Dr. Hebert




Recommend to drop this objective per Dr. Hebert



Recommend to drop this objective per Dr. Hebert



This objective and related strategies have all been completed;
we do need to retain to "continue being an advocate to maintain
tissue bank resource" per Dr. Hebert




This was accomplished per Dr. Hebert



This was accomplished per Dr. Hebert




This was accomplished per Dr. Hebert



This was accomplished per Dr. Hebert




Recommend this objective and its related strategies be
considered "dormant" per Dr. Hebert



Recommend this strategy be considered "dormant" per Dr.
Hebert


Recommend this strategy be considered "dormant" per Dr.
Hebert


Recommend this strategy be considered "dormant" per Dr.
Hebert
Recommend this strategy be considered "dormant" per Dr.
Hebert


Recommend this objective be revised to "Increase the # of scca
affiliated proposals that intersect between research and
communities" per Dr. Hebert
Recommend this strategy be maintained per Dr. Hebert.

One study with community base: 3-year participatory, community
based NIH study (Hebert, USC Cancer Disprarities Network; PI) wtih
goal to reduce colon cancer related health disparities by 1)
conducting a faith based community designed, church based
screening to identify individuals having colon polyps; 2) removing
Recommend this objective be deleted per Dr. Hebert.




Recommend to move this strategy to where the junior faculty
objective was previously located per Dr. Hebert
Recommend to delete per Dr. Hebert




Recommend to delete per Dr. Hebert



This strategy could become #2 under new HSSC objective per
Dr. Hebert
Funded Implementation Grants                    Additional Funded Implementation Grants

2009/2010 Project # 6. Evaluation of the SCCA
– Cancer Plan Implementation (Research Task
Force); Evaluation Cancer Plan;Requested
20,000; Budget funded = $14,889
1. Travel $ 750
2. Contractual $ 1,760
4. Other (MUSC Coordination / Conference
Calls) $12,379; DOESN'T FALL UNDER A
SINGLE OBJECTIVE/WHERE TO PUT
EVAL???
Goal   Section Topic   Key Words                          Indicator #



1,2    Tobacco         Tobacco, Smoking, Prevention,      1
                       Adult




1,2    Tobacco         Awareness, Tobacco, Smoking,      1.1
                       Media Campaign, African American,
                       Men, Prevention


1,2    Tobacco         Coalitions, Tobacco, Smoking,      1.2
                       Capacity-Building, Prevention



1,2    Tobacco         Coalitions, Tobacco, Smoking,      1.3
                       Capacity-Building, Prevention

1,2    Tobacco         Tobacco, Smoking, Cessation,       1.4a
                       Prevention
1,2    Tobacco         Tobacco, Smoking, Cessation, SC    1.4b
                       Quitline, Prevention




1,2    Tobacco         Tobacco, Smoking, Cessation, SC    1.5
                       Quitline, Prevention, Healthcare
                       Provider, Education, Training
1,2    Tobacco         Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,           1.6a
                       Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                       Policy, Legislation




1,2    Tobacco         Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,           1.6c
                       Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                       Policy, Legislation
1,2   Tobacco   Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,            1.6d
                Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                Policy, Legislation
1,2   Tobacco   Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,            1.6e
                Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                Policy, Legislation
1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Prevention,       2
                Youth




1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Youth,            2.1
                Advocacy, Prevention, Sales tax,
                Ordinance, Ban



1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Sales tax,        2.2
                Advocacy, Legislation, Policy,
                Cancer Control, Programs,
                Prevention
1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Youth, Program, 2.3
                Prevention

1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Prevention,       2.4
                Cessation, Education, Curriculum,
                Youth



1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Prevention,       2.5
                Advocacy, Youth, Legislation,
                Policy, Sales tax, Ordinance, Ban


1,2   Tobacco   Tobacco, Smoking, Cessation,        2.6
                Youth, Program, Prevention

1,2   Tobacco   Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,            3
                Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                Policy, Legislation
1,2   Tobacco        Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,               3.1
                     Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                     Policy, Legislation


1,2   Tobacco        Ordinance, Ban, Tobacco,               3.2
                     Smoking, Prevention, Advocacy,
                     Policy, Legislation




1,2   Healthy Diet   Physical activity, Exercise, Nutrition, 4
                     Diet, Policy, Legislation, Advocacy,
                     Environment, Prevention




1,2   Healthy Diet   Physical activity, Exercise, Nutrition, 4.1
                     Diet, Policy, Legislation, Advocacy,
                     Environment, Prevention




1,2   Healthy Diet   Physical activity, Exercise, Nutrition, 4.2
                     Diet, Policy, Legislation, Advocacy,
                     Environment, Prevention, Program



1,2   Healthy Diet   Nutrition, Diet, Prevention            5




1,2   Healthy Diet   Nutrition, Diet, African American,     5.1
                     Prevention


1,2   Healthy Diet   Nutrition, Diet, Education,            5.2
                     Healthcare Professional, Patient,
                     Prevention
1,2   Healthy Diet   Nutrition, Diet, Advocacy, School,     5.3
                     Worksite, Prevention
1,2   Healthy Diet        Cancer Education Guide, Diet,         5.4
                          Nutrition, Awareness, Prevention



1,2   Physical Activity   Physical activity, Exercise,          6
                          Prevention




1,2   Physical Activity   Physical activity, Exercise,          6.1
                          Advocacy, Environment, Policy,
                          Legislation, Prevention


1,2   Physical Activity   Physical activity, Exercise,          6.2
                          Advocacy, Environment, Policy,
                          Legislation, Prevention
1,2   Physical Activity   Physical activity, Exercise,          6.3
                          Education, Healthcare Provider,
                          Prevention, Patient
1,2   Physical Activity   Cancer Education Guide, Physical      6.4
                          activity, Exercise, Awareness,
                          Education, Prevention


1,2   Physical Activity   Program, Physical activity, Nutrition, 6.5
                          Awareness, Education, Prevention



1,2   Sun Protection      Skin, Sun, Protection, Skin Cancer, 7
                          Prevention
1,2   Sun Protection               Skin, Sun, Protection, Cancer,       7.1
                                   Prevention, Data collection

1,2   Sun Protection               Policy, Advocacy, Legislation, Skin, 7.2
                                   Sun, Protection, Cancer, Prevention

1,2   Sun Protection               Daycare, School, Youth, Cancer,      7.3
                                   Skin, Sun, Protection, Education,
                                   Awareness, Prevention


1,2   Sun Protection               Cancer, Skin, Sun, Protection,       7.4
                                   Education, Awareness, Prevention,
                                   Youth, Adult
1,2   Sun Protection               Cancer, Skin, Sun, Protection,       7.5
                                   Education, Awareness, Prevention
1,2   Environmental Risks          Data collection, Awareness,          8
                                   Education, Environmental risk,
                                   Prevention


1,2   Environmental Risks          Data collection, Awareness,          8.1
                                   Education, Environmental risk,
                                   Prevention




1,2   Environmental Risks          Data collection, Awareness,          8.2
                                   Education, Environmental risk,
                                   Prevention


1,2   Cervical Cancer Prevention   HPV, Cervical, Cancer, Vaccine,      9
                                   Prevention, Pap test




1,2   Cervical Cancer Prevention   HPV, Cervical, Cancer, Vaccine,      9.1
                                   Prevention

1,2   Cervical Cancer Prevention   HPV, Cervical Cancer, Vaccine,       9.2
                                   Prevention, Advocacy, Legislation,
                                   Policy
1,2   Cervical Cancer Prevention   HPV, Cervical, Cancer, Vaccine,    9.3
                                   Prevention, Pap test, Awareness,
                                   Education

1,2   Cervical Cancer Prevention   HPV, Cervical, Cancer, Pap test,   9.4
                                   Insurance, Prevention, Policy,
                                   Advocacy, Legislation
Original Plan Location                Objective



Previously read: Objective 1. By  Objective 1 By June 2015, decrease the rate of
June 2010, decrease the rate of   tobacco use among adult South Carolinians (age
tobacco use among adult South     18+) from 21.9% to 12% (SC BRFSS, 2007).
Carolinians (age 18+) from 26% to
12% (SC BRFSS, 2003).

Strategy 1




Strategy 2




Strategy 3



Previously Strategy 4

New




Strategy 5                            became strategy 6 in 2009 plan--retained strategy'
                                      recommends delete or reword

Previously Strategy 6. Support and
coordinate with smoke-free
ordinance initiatives for Columbia,
Newberry, Greenville and
Charleston.;




New
New



New



Previously read: Objective 2. By   Objective 2 By June 2015, decrease the
June 2010, decrease the            percentage of high school students in South
percentage of high school students Carolina using tobacco from 17.8% to 10%.
in South Carolina using tobacco
from 36% to 16%.



Previously read: Strategy 1.      tighten from x% to y% ….good; perhaps make it
Promote youth participation in    specific to only rage against the haze
Rage Against the Haze, the youth-
led program that advocates for
decreasing youth tobacco use.
Strategy 2.                            split into 2 strategies




Strategy 3                             recommend deleting due to wording



Previously read: Strategy 4.
Partner with the SC Department of
Education and local school districts
to integrate tobacco prevention/
cessation education into existing
curricula.
Strategy 5




New



                                       Objective 3. By June 2006, increase the number
                                       of smoke-free facilities in the state, including:
                                       increase the number of hospitals with smoke-free
                                       campuses by two; increase to six the number of
                                       colleges/ universities with campus-wide smoke-
                                       free policies; and increase the number of state
                                       agencies with smoke-free government vehicle
                                       policies by one.
Deleted in updated plan???           Objective 4. By June 2006, develop collaborative
                                     relationships with at least four statewide and local
                                     community and state entities with similar missions
                                     and goals for physical activity and nutrition
                                     policies in South Carolina.


Deleted in updated plan???           recommend deleting




Deleted in updated plan???           recommend deleting




Previously read: Objective 5. By     Objective 5 By June 2015, increase the
June 2010, increase the proportion   proportion of the SC population that consumes at
of the SC population that            least five servings of fruits and vegetables from
consumes at least five servings of   18.7% to 23.7% (SC BRFSS, 2007).
fruits and vegetables from 23.9%
to 50% (SC BRFSS, 2003).
Strategy 1                           Retain and reword with numerical grading from
                                     x% by to y % by (maybe overalll and then sub-
                                     strategy for AA)
Strategy 2                           recommend deleting



Strategy 3                           can this be made measurable?
Strategy 4                            recommends deleting




Previously read: Objective 6. By      Objective 6 By June 2015, increase the
June 2010, increase the proportion    proportion of adults who engage regularly in
of adults who engage regularly in     moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes
moderate physical activity for at     per day from 23.5% to 29% (SC BRFSS, 2003).
least 30 minutes per day from
23.5% to 30% (SC BRFSS, 2003).
*




Strategy 1                            not quantifiable




Strategy 2                            not quantifiable



Strategy 3                            not quantifiable



Strategy 4                            same




New                                   same




Previously read: Objective 7. By      Objective 7 By June 2015, increase the
June 2010, increase the proportion    proportion of persons who use at least one of the
of persons who use at least one of    following protective measures that may reduce the
the following protective measures     risk of skin cancer: avoid the sun between 10 am
that may reduce the risk of skin      and 4 pm; wear sun-protective clothing; use
cancer: avoid the sun between 10      sunscreen rated SPF 15 or higher; routinely check
am and 4 pm; wear sun-protective      for unusual moles; and avoid artificial sources of
clothing; use sunscreen rated SPF     ultraviolet light.
15 or higher; routinely check for
unusual moles; and avoid artificial
sources of ultraviolet light (SC
BRFSS data to be collected in
2005).
Previously read: Strategy 1. Collect retained
BRFSS baseline data on exposure.

Strategy 2                          retained


Strategy 3                          retained




Strategy 4                          retained



New                                 retained


Objective 8 in original plan;       Objective 8. By June 2006, obtain appropriate GIS
Deleted                             data on cancer and potential environmental risks
                                    and conduct an awareness campaign on potential
                                    environmental risks in selected areas.
Deleted                             deleted




Deleted                             deleted




New                                 Objective 9. By June 2010, increase the (# or %)
                                    of females ages 11-26 who have been vaccinated
                                    with a cervical cancer vaccine. (Should this be
                                    reduce # or percentage of women with cervical
                                    cancer? Or increase # or % of women who take
                                    preventive measures for cervical cancer? (regular
                                    pap tests & vaccination)
New                                 ok



New                                 ok
New   ok--need a numerical ..increase from x to y




New   ok
Strategy                                        Yr Created   Data Source



                                                2005;        SC BRFSS Online Query
                                                Revised 2009 and Annual Reports;
                                                             available online at
                                                             http://www.scdhec.gov/hs/e
                                                             pidata/brfss_index.htm

Strategy 1. Increase awareness among African- 2005
American men about the dangers of
mentholated cigarettes, through targeted media
campaigns.

Strategy 2. Increase local presence and activity 2005
in communities through development and
support of local tobacco coalitions.

Strategy 3. Increase capacity and diversity of    2005
local tobacco coalitions in coordination with the
SC Tobacco Collaborative.
Strategy 4a. Increase the availability of       2005
effective cessation programs.
Strategy 4b. Increase the number of calls to the 2009
SC Quitline by 10%




Strategy 5. Promote the training of health care 2005
providers to promote and/or implement tobacco
cessation programs.
Strategy 6a. Increase the number of           2005
communities with comprehensive smoke-free
ordinances from 18 in July 2008 to 30 by June
2010




Strategy 6b. Increase the percentage of smoke 2009
free hospitals to 100%
Strategy 6c. Increase the percentage of smoke 2009
free colleges and universities to 100%

Strategy 6d. Increase the percentage of state    2009
agencies with smoke free government vehicle
policies to 100%
                                                 2005;        SC YTS 2005-2007 Reports
                                                 Revised 2009 (available online at
                                                              http://www.scdhec.gov/healt
                                                              h/chcdp/tobacco/yts.htm )




Strategy 1. Promote youth participation in   2005;
advocacy efforts to reduce tobacco use among Revised 2009
youth (e.g.., Rage Against the Haze, tax
increase, and youth access ordinances)


Strategy 2. Increase the cigarette tax to the 2005
national average and support advocacy efforts
to direct a proportion of the revenue toward
tobacco prevention programs.
Strategy 3. Include tobacco use prevention       2005
programs in youth activities and organizations
targeting youth.
Strategy 4. Increase the percentage of school    2005;
districts that have tobacco prevention/          Revised 2009
cessation education integrated into their
curricula to 100%.


Strategy 5. Promote youth participation in   2005
advocacy efforts to reduce tobacco use among
youth (i.e., tax increase, youth access
ordinances).
Strategy 6. Increase the percentage of HS     2009              SC YTS 2005-2007 Reports
smokers who participate in cessation programs                   (available online at
from 5.8% to 10%                                                http://www.scdhec.gov/healt
                                                 2005           h/chcdp/tobacco/yts.htm )
                                                                ???
Strategy 1. Promote policies, regulations and      2005
legislation that eliminate smoking in hospitals,
colleges/universities, government agencies,
restaurants, bars, and other public locations.
Strategy 2. Coordinate SCCA efforts with local 2005
tobacco coalitions, the SC Tobacco
Collaborative, and DHEC’s Tobacco Use
Prevention program. (Note: this objective is
coordinated with the SC Tobacco Collaborative
and the DHEC Tobacco Use Prevention
Program.)
recommend deleting                                 2005         Report documenting
                                                                collaborative work




Strategy 1. Promote policies and legislation       2005
that provide safe, enjoyable, and accessible
environments for physical activities in schools
and for transportation and recreation in
communities (i.e., Green Spaces; walking
paths).
Strategy 2. Develop collaborative relationships 2005
to initiate programs to promote healthy eating
patterns, including the consumption of
recommended quantities of fruits and
vegetables.
                                                   2005;        SC BRFSS Online Query
                                                   Revised 2009 and Annual Reports
                                                                available at
                                                                http://www.scdhec.gov/hs/e
                                                                pidata/brfss_index.htm


Strategy 1. Promote adequate nutrition intake      2005
among children and adults, targeting African-
Americans.
Strategy 2. Promote the integration of healthy     2005
eating habits within the routine health
education given by health care providers.
Strategy 3. Advocate with schools and work         2005
sites to provide healthy eating choices in
vending machines and food service.
Strategy 4. Promote the use of the SCCA’s         2005
Cancer Education Guide to increase
awareness of the benefits of healthy eating as
related to cancer prevention.

                                                  2005;        SC BRFSS Online Query
                                                  Revised 2009 and Annual Reports
                                                               available at
                                                               http://www.scdhec.gov/hs/e
                                                               pidata/brfss_index.htm




Strategy 1. Develop partnerships with city        2005
planners, and transportation entities to modify
environments and promote policies that
support physically active lifestyles.

Strategy 2. Work with communities and law         2005
enforcement agencies to provide safe,
convenient areas to enhance physical activity.
Strategy 3. Promote regular physical activity as 2005
a routine component of health education
counseling provided by health care providers.
Strategy 4. Promote the use of the SCCA’s         2005
Cancer Education Guide to increase
awareness of the benefits of regular physical
activity as related to cancer prevention.
Strategy 5. Promote the use of the Families       2009
Eating Smart and Moving More program to
increase awareness of the benefits of regular
physical activity as related to cancer
prevention.
                                                  2005         This would be a created
                                                               variable in SC BRFSS using
                                                               multiple questions; however
                                                               all the questions that go into
                                                               calculation of measure are
                                                               not collected.
Strategy 1. Collect BRFSS baseline data on      2005;
sun/UV Radiation exposure.                      Revised 2009

Strategy 2. Promote strict regulations and      2005
policies for tanning booths and facilities.

Strategy 3. Target daycare and elementary       2005
school settings with multiple skin cancer
prevention interventions focused on UV
radiation protective behaviors.
Strategy 4. Educate adolescents and young       2005
adults regarding the dangers of severe burns
(from sun or tanning beds).
Strategy 5. Promote awareness of the latest     2005
ACS sun safety recommendations
deteted                                         2005           Summary Report of findings




Strategy 1. Review appropriate GIS data and      2005
conduct spatial analysis on cancer and
potential environmental risks to determine
areas where risks may be high in the state.
Enhance the existing DHEC Internet GIS
mapping tool (SCAN – South Carolina
Community Assessment Network) with Model
Cancer Atlas functions to investigate individual
and contextual factors for comprehensive
cancer control.
Strategy 2. Conduct an awareness campaign 2005
to increase knowledge about reducing potential
environmental risks in areas where risks may
be high.
                                                2009           BRFSS data available for
                                                               pap tests, but nothing for
                                                               HPV shot




Strategy 1. Add vaccine to required list for    2009
middle school girls entering school (with an
informed parent/guardian opt out)
Strategy 2. Ensure funding for those who don’t 2009
qualify for Medicaid and don’t have private
insurance
Strategy 3. Promote awareness of the            2009
preventability of cervical cancer –
initiating/continuing annual Pap tests, and
getting vaccinated
Strategy 4. Ensure financial coverage in the    2009
state health plan & other major insurers for
annual pap tests and lab fees (very low or no
fees for patient)
Ind Construction   Indicator Quality   Indicator Quality Ease of         Ease of
                   (A-C)               (A-C)             Measure (1-3)   Measure (1-3)

                          TA                 KC               TA               KC
                   A                   A                1                1




                   B                   B                3                3




                   C                   C                3                3




                   C                   C                3                3



                   C                   C                3                3

                   B                   A                1                1




                   C                   C                2                2



                   B                   B                2*               2




                   A                   A                1                1
                                A             A     1             1



                                A             A     1             1



This measure is based on % of A               A     1             1
HS students who reported
smoking cigarettes on 1+ days
in past 30 days prior to survey;
The % was obtained from SC
YTS reports are slightly
difference from SCCA baseline
measures;
                                 C            C     3             3




                                A and **B/C   A     1 and **2/3   1




                                C             C     3             3



                                A             A     1             1




                                C             C     3             3




                                A             A     1             1



                                              n/a                 n/a
    n/a        n/a




    C          3




    C          3




    C          3




    C          3




A   A     1    1




C   C     3*   3



C   C     3    3



C   C     3    3
C   C   3*   2




A   A   1    1




C   C   3    3




C   C   3    3



C   C   3    3



C   C   3    2




C   C   2    2




C   C   3    3
A        A        1**   3


B        B        1     1 (if regulated by
                        DHEC or some
                        other entity)
B        B        2     2




B        C        2     2



C        C        3     3


C        C        2     2




B        B        1     1




C        C        3     3




?        ?        ?     ?




A        A        1     1



A or C   A or C   3     3
C   C   3**   3




B   C   3     3
Indicator Notes                 Indicator Notes                        History of Changes to Indicator


             TA                                   KC
Excellent




What is the source of data to   How to measure if targeted
know if increased? Likely       campaign done? (# of ads, covered
baseline data. What are the     population, etc.); how to measure if
dangers of mentholated          AA men are more aware after
cigarettes?                     training?
What is "local presence?"       How to measure increased             Created in 2005 and deleted in 2009
How is "activity" measured?     presence and activity? (what is      revision
What is the goal                baseline presence?)…how many
                                new tobacco coalitions?
Is this the same as Strategy 2 What is definition for increased        Created in 2005 and deleted in 2009
above?                         capacity and diversity? (what is        revision
                               baseline capacity & diversity?)
Increase from what? What        What is baseline availability?, How Created in 2005 and deleted in 2009
aspect of availability? How     to definie which programs effective? revision
What "effective" = "evidence
defineis the timeframe?         By 10%; better to also specify from
Assume baseline is known.       x% in Year X to x% in Year Y.




How "promote?" Hold             Could be more direct "train x
training? Vague. Actual         healthcare providers to…. How to
programs, or intervene with     measure if you "promoted" training?
patients?
* Would be "1" if goals         How to measure support and             Ginie's updated database had: Strategy
accomplished smoke-free         coordinate; more direct to measure     6b. Increase the percentage the
legislation.                    if iinitiatives got passed?, was the   population covered by comprehensive
                                deleted from plan because it was       smoke free ordinances to 50+%;
                                accomplished?                          however Matt Carpenter's revisions read:
                                                                       "Strategy 6a. Increase the number of
                                                                       communities with comprehensive smoke-
                                                                       free ordinances from 18 in July 2008 to
                                                                       30 by June 2010"
Again, timeframe would be
helpful
Again, timeframe would be
helpful




"By June 2015" - Maybe all tie The original baseline in scca cancer
back to this date? Excellent. plan was 36%, which seems high
                               compared to the updated baseline,
                               Its possible that the original
                               baseline was for % of HS teens who
                               had ever smoked; while the
                               updated baseline of 17.8% is for HS
                               students who smoked any days in
What is current youth          How will promotion of youth
participation? Looking for     advocacy be done?, How will
increase? This strategy is     youth's advocacy efforts be
vague…add detail, e.g. get X measured?
# of yourths to participate?
Youths from X% of schools?
Add words: "Increase the       Would be helpful to state national
cigarette tax at least to the  average (and update as it changes)
national average…" This is
good. "…support advocacy
efforts…programs." **This is How will this strategy be
What programs? Are they
developed or do they need to   implemented?, what specific target
be developed? "…youth          groups?
activities and organizations




Same as Strategy #1! Is this   How will promotion of youth
our mistake? Include "Rage     advocacy be done?, How will
Against the Haze."             youth's advocacy efforts be
                               measured? Very similar measure to
                               Obj 2/Strategy 1



"I did not evaluate these      n/a-This objective has been made
because of issues raised."     more measuarable under Objective
                               1 above.
"I did not evaluate these          n/a-This objective has been made
because of issues raised."         more measuarable under Objective
                                   1 above.


"I did not evaluate these          How to measure coordination of
because of issues raised."         efforts (signed agreements, etc.)?
                                   Has this strategy been deleted as
                                   its main Objective is now
                                   deleted???



"I did not evaluate these          Was this deleted in updated
because of issues raised."         plan??? Its not in eval database??
                                   How to measure collaborative
                                   relationship?, and whether
                                   programs were initiated; what
                                   program curriculums to be used?,
                                   etc.
"I did not evaluate these          Deleted in updated plan??? Its not
because of issues raised."         in eval database?? How to measure
                                   if policy or legislation was
                                   promoted?, how many policies and
                                   legislation?, How to measure
                                   whether implemented policies
                                   worked?
"I did not evaluate these          Deleted in updated plan???Its not in
because of issues raised."         eval database?? How to measure
                                   collaborative relationships?, and
                                   whether programs were initiatied?

Excellent                          Doesn't specify among adults 18+       50% by June 2010; 23.7% by June 2015*




* BRFSS? 1/2? Steps to             How will nutrition be promoted?,
"promote" - what is this?          How will AA be targeted?
Education, training, etc.
"Promote" - how will this be       Which providers?, Is this really
done? Vague. "Routine              routine?, what curriculum to be
health education" - Health         used?
education in clinical setting is
"Advocate" - measurement of        How to measure if advocacy has
"advocate"? What schools, K-       occurred?, better to measure if
12? What work sites?               eating choices have changed in key
                                   places maybe?
* This would be hard.              How to measure if the guide has
"Promote" - vague                  been promoted?, better to measure
                                   how many people have been
                                   educated using the guide maybe?

Excellent




There are 2 issues here, not       Better to measure MOAs with
mutually exclusive but             partners that environmental
different. (1) policies to         modifications are planned or done?
support; and (2) modify
environment. "…partnerships
"Work with " is vague. Safe,       same as above
convenient means.
"Communities" and "law
enforcement agencies" seem
"…counseling provided by           How will PA be promoted?, how will
health care providers" - is this   it be measured?
acutally provided in clinical
setting?
How "promote?" How                 Will the guide need to be modified
"increase awareness?" Who          to promote awareness of benefits of
is the target audience?            PA?, how will the promotion of the
                                   guide for PA be measured?
How "promote?" How                 How will the guide be promoted?,
"increase awareness?" Who          how will we know if the program has
is the target audience?            been successful?


Data availability on this? What is baseline?, seems like a
Need to check BRFSS to see goal that if achieved might not
if they have any of this?  prevent skin cancer (ie. probalby
                           takes more than 1 of these to be
                           effective); sun exposure data
                           collected in brfss 2005 does not
                           include enough information to
                           measure this indicator; additionally
                           this data hasn't been captured since
                           that time.
**1? Easy to know if collected
or not

"Promote" is vague. What is        Specify what strict regulations and
"strict regulation" and "strict    policies?, as licensed by whom?,
policy."                           etc?, among what % of all tanning
Target audience is identified.     facilities?
                                   What interventions are
What kind of preventive            recommended?, What # or % of
intervention - education,          kids or schools to be targeted?
physical (shade?). Change in
behavior is outcome.
Target audience identified,        What educational strategy?, How
message identified and             many to be educated?
outcome clear.
Recommendation: missing
"Promote awareness" is             What strategy to promote
vague. How measure, what is        recommendations?, how do you
the outcome?                       know if message was received?
Recommendation: This               What specific GIS data to be
objective seems on shakier         obtained?, what module to be used
ground than others from            for awareness campaign?, what
evidence base.                     selected areas?
"Potential environmental risks"    needs definition of what types of
- what sorts of risks? Difficult   data, better to specify that a
to interpret. "Risks may be        summary of findings would be made
high" - maybe high or are          available?
high?




This strategy is vague. Also,      What strategy for campaign?, who
the message would be               are targets for campaign? --
incredibly hard to                 Individual famlies, industry, etc?,
communicate.                       how to measure if environtal risk
                                   decreased after campaign?
                                   n/a-under development                 Pap data available in 2004, 2006 and
                                                                         2008; No other data available




This is strong idea (?). This
would require legislation which
is not clear from wording.
This is strong idea (?). This   Would be an A if funding ensured
would require legislation which under comprehensive legislative
is not clear from wording.      action?, maybe C if piecemeal
                                funding were required...
** BRFSS?                   Among whom?, How will it be
                            promoted?, How to measure if it
                            was promoted and if promotion
                            effort was effective?
Re: "annual pap tests" -    Doesn't define what are the major
Evidence-based guidelines   health plans, Needs to specify the
annual?                     % of covered persons or plans to be
                            targeted for free/no cost paps/lab
                            fees
Baseline Yr       Baseline            Benchmark Yr       Benchmark           Result Yr    Result



2003, revised 2003=25.5%;             2010, revised to   12%                 2008         20.00%
to 2007       2004=24.3%;             2015
              2005=22.5%
              2006=22.3%;
              2007=21.9%;
              2008=20.0%
2003, revised Not accomplished        2010, revised to
to 2007       yet                     2015




2003              Not accomplished    2010                                   n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                  yet                                                        from plan plan



2003              Not accomplished    2010                                   n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                  yet                                                        from plan plan

2003              Not accomplished    2010                                   n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                  yet                                                        from plan plan
           2007                 4793 2010 revised to     To increase calls          2009 Not
                                      2015               by 10%                          accomplished
                                                                                         yet. Calls
                                                                                         decreased from
                                                                                         2007 (4793 calls)
                                                                                         to 2009 (2212
                                                                                         calls)
2003, revised Not accomplished        2010, revised to
to 2007       yet                     2015

2003, revised 18                      2010, revised to
to 2007                               2015




02/14/08          48 out of 70        2015               To increase % to    No           not yet
                  hospitals smoke                        100%                additional   accomplished
                  free (excludes VA                                          data yet
                  and rehab
03/01/10   27 out of 59        2015               To increase % to   No           not yet
           campuses                               100%               additional   accomplished
           smokefree)                                                data yet
2010       includes public and 2015
           Thought to be                          To increase % to   No           not yet
           100%--verifying                        100%               additional   accomplished
                                                                     data yet
2005       2005=24.4%;         2010, revised to   16% by 2010; 10% 2007           18.70%
           2006=19.1%;         2015               by 2015
           2007=18.7%
           (36% was baseline
           reported in scca
           cancer plan; cannot
           replicate this %)
2005       Not accomplished    2010, revised to
           yet                 2015




2005       Not accomplished    2010, revised to
           yet                 2015



2005       Not accomplished    2010, revised to
           yet                 2015

2005       Not accomplished    2010, revised to
           yet                 2015




2005       Not accomplished    2010, revised to
           yet                 2015



2005       2005=5.8%;          2015               10%                2007         10.9%
           2006=5.8%;
           2007=10.9%
2005       n/a                 2010                                  n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                                                                     from plan plan
2005         n/a                2010                               n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                                                                   from plan plan



2005         n/a                2010                               n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
                                                                   from plan plan




2005         n/a                2010




2005         n/a                2010




2005         n/a                2010




2003; revised 2003=22.3%;       2010; revised to   50% by 2010;    2007        18.70%
to 2007       2005=21.2%;       2015               23.7% by 2015
              2007=18.7%




2005         Not accomplished   2010; revised to
             yet                2015


2005         Not accomplished   2010; revised to
             yet                2015

2005         Not accomplished   2010; revised to
             yet                2015
2005   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015



2003   2003=23.5%;        2010; revised to     30% by 2010;      2007   30.7%
       2004=22.5%;        2015                 revised to 29% by
       2005=29.2%;                             2015
       2007=30.7%




2005   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015



2005   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015

2005   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015

2005   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015



2009   Not accomplished   2010; revised to
       yet                2015



2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015
2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015

2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015

2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015



2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015

2005   Not accomplished   June 2010; Revised
       yet                to June 2015
2005   Not accomplished   2006                                    n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
       yet                                                        from plan plan



2005   Not accomplished   2006                                    n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
       yet                                                        from plan plan




2005   Not accomplished   2006                                    n/a-deleted n/a-deleted from
       yet                                                        from plan plan



2009   Not accomplished   June 2010
       yet




2005   Not required for   2010                 Strongly
       middle school                           recommended but
                                               not required for
                                               middle school
2005   Not accomplished   2010
       yet
2005   Not accomplished   2010
       yet



2005   Not accomplished   2010
       yet
Status              Status Notes                        Funded Implementation Grants
(Accomplished/
Inactive/Active )

Active




Deleted             This was deleted when cancer plan
                    was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
                    Matt Carpenter

Deleted             This was deleted when cancer plan
                    was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
                    Matt Carpenter
Deleted             This was deleted when cancer plan
                    was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
                    Matt Carpenter




                                                        2009/2010 Project # 5. Smoke Free
                                                        SC (Prevention/Advoacy & Policy
                                                        Task Forces), Total Budget Request
                                                        (10,112); Total Approved: $8,612;
                                                        Smoke Free Budget - $8,612; 1.
                                                        Travel $2,950; 2. Supplies $4,600; 3.
                                                        Contractual $306; 4. Other
                                                        (conf.calls) - 756

                                                        ""
                                                        ""



                                                        ""



Active




               Focused the debate to focus on a
               cigarette tax increase as a health
               measure that will reduce smoking and
               related health care cost




Deleted        Strategy deleted because it duplicates
               objective 2, strategy 1 per Matt
               Carpenter


Accomplished



Deleted        Objective deleted; now incorporated
               under objective 1 as a more measuble
               strategy per Matt Carpenter
Deleted            Deleted; incorporated under objective
                   1, strategies 6b-6d as better written
                   strategies


Deleted            Deleted; now incorporated under
                   objective 1; strategy 2 as a better
                   written strategy




Appears to be
deferred; double
check




Appears to be
deferred; double
check




Appears to be
deferred; double
check



Active             Where did updated baseline of 18.7%
                   come from?
Active   It appears that this measure came
         from the question "How many days
         per week do you do these moderate
         activities for at least 10 minutes at a
         time?" This question was asked only
         of respondents who reported doing
         moderate activties at least 10 minutes
         at a time. A more standard indicator
         of physical activity is the created index
         measure of individuals who meet
         physical activity reocmmendation
         "moderate physical activity for 30 or
         more minutes per day, five or more




Active   There was some skin cancer data
         collected in 2005 SC BRFSS; however
         does not ask about checking for moles
         or avoiding UV exposure--may need to
         rethink how this indicator is written so
         that it can be measured--or add
         additional questions to BRFSS to
         create a baseline to measure it. SCCA
         runs a sun safety table at Special
         Olympics events at least twice a year
         and distributes hats, sunglasses,
         sunscreen and lipscreen. Also, ACS
         sun safety tips are shared with the
         participants.
          2009/2010 Project # 7: Sun Safety
          Practices ; Requested $3000;
          Received $1500


          2009/2010 Project #7: Sun Safety
          Practices ; Requested $3000;
          Received $1500
          2009/2010 Project # 7: Sun Safety
          Practices ; Requested $3000;
          Received $1500
Deleted   This was deleted when cancer plan
          was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
          Matt Carpenter


Deleted   This was deleted when cancer plan
          was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
          Matt Carpenter




Deleted   This was deleted when cancer plan
          was updated from 2005 to 2009 per
          Matt Carpenter


Active    Measure needs to be developed;
          Note: There is a measure "% of
          women who aged 18+ who have had a
          pap test within the past 3 years" that
          could be a measure; there is no
          measure of cervical cancer currently in
          BRFSS.
Additional Funded
Implementation Grants




2008/2009 Project #
SmokeFree SC; Requested
$10000; Received $8668
2008/2009 Project #5:
Families Eating Smart, Moving
More - Add'l kits; Requested
$1000; Funded at $500
Goal    Section Topic       Key Words                        Indicator #




1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Colorectal, Cancer, Early        1
        Screening           detection, Screening,
                            Colonoscopy, Sigmoidoscopy




1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Data collection, Assessment,     1.1
        Screening           Early detection, Fecal Occult
                            Blood Test, FOBT, Colorectal,
                            Cancer, Screening
1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Data collection, Colorectal,     1.2
        Screening           Cancer, Screening, Early
                            detection, Assessment
1,2,4   Colorectal Cancer   Assessment, Barrier to care,     1.3
        Screening           Colorectal, Cancer, Screening,
                            Early detection, Data analysis

1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Assessment, Insurance,            1.4a
        Screening           Colorectal, Cancer, Screening,
                            Healthcare professional, Early
                            detection, Advocacy, Legislation,
                            Policy
1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Colorectal, Cancer, Insurance,    1.4b
        Screening           Screening, Early detection,
                            Advocacy, Legislation, Policy,
                            Education, Awareness




1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Colorectal, Cancer, Insurance,   1.4c
        Screening           Screening, Early detection,
                            Advocacy, Legislation, Policy,
                            Education, Awareness
1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Assessment, Colorectal, Cancer, 1.5
        Screening           Screening, Fecal Occult Blood
                            Test, FOBT, Sigmoidoscopy,
                            Colonoscopy, Data analysis




1,2     Colorectal Cancer   Clinical guidelines, Education, 1.6
        Screening           Awareness, Public, Healthcare
                            professional, Early detection,
                            Colorectal, Cancer, Assessment,
                            Screening




1,2,4   Colorectal Cancer   Colorectal, Cancer, Early        1.7
        Screening           detection, Education, Awareness,
                            Community organization,
                            Screening
1,2     Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    2
        Screening       Clinical breast exam, Screening




1,2     Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    2.1
        Screening       Screening, Clinical breast exam,
                        Curriculum, Education, Training



1,2     Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    2.2
        Screening       Screening, Clinical breast exam,
                        CBE, Curriculum, Education,
                        Training, Barrier to care
1,2,4   Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    2.3
        Screening       Cancer Education Guide,
                        Healthcare professional,
                        Community organization,
                        Business


1,2,4   Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Screening, Early 2.4
        Screening       detection


1,2,4   Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    2.5
        Screening       Education, Awareness




1,2     Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    3
        Screening       Mammography, Screening




1,2     Breast Cancer   Data collection, Early detection,   3.1
        Screening       Mammography, Screening

1,2,4   Breast Cancer   Breast, Cancer, Early detection,    3.2
        Screening       Education, Awareness, Public,
                        Media campaign, Screening,
                        Community organization,
                        Research
1,2,4   Breast Cancer     Breast, Cancer, Early detection,   3.3
        Screening         Screening, Mammography,
                          Indigent, Advocacy, Legislation,
                          Policy
1,2     Breast Cancer     Breast, Cancer, Early detection,   3.4
        Screening         Education, Awareness, Public,
                          Media campaign, Screening,
                          Community organization,
                          Research, Healthcare
                          professional, Referral system




1,2,4   Breast Cancer     Breast, Cancer, Early detection,   3.5
        Screening         Screening

1,2,4   Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4
        Screening         Screening, Indigent, Pap test,
                          HPV




1,2     Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4.1
        Screening         Computer system, Screening,
                          Rescreening, Healthcare
                          professional, Pap test

1,2     Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4.2
        Screening         Screening, Public, Healthcare
                          professional, Dissemination,
                          Education, Awareness


1,2,4   Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4.3
        Screening         Screening, Public, Healthcare
                          professional, Dissemination,
                          Education, Awareness,
                          Community organization

1,2,4   Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4.4
        Screening         Healthcare professional,
                          Screening, Diagnostic

1,2,4   Cervical Cancer   Cervical, Cancer, Early detection, 4.5
        Screening         Research, Data analysis
1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Early detection, 5
        Screening         Screening




1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Early detection, 6
        Screening         Screening, Informed decision-
                          making



1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Screening,      6.1
        Screening         Clinical guidelines, Early
                          detection

1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Early detection, 6.2
        Screening         Screening, Data collection, Men,
                          Risk, Knowledge

1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Screening,      6.3
        Screening         Early detection, Dissemination,
                          Education, Awareness, Public,
                          Men, African American


1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate, Cancer, Screening,      6.4
        Screening         Early detection, Dissemination,
                          Education, Awareness, Public,
                          Men, African American, Prostate
                          Screening Antigen Test, PSA,
                          Digital Rectal Exam, DRE
1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Prostate cancer, Screening, Early 6.5
        Screening         detection, Dissemination,
                          Education, Awareness, Publicm
                          Men, African American, Prostate
                          Screening Antigen Test, PSA,
                          Digital Rectal Exam, DRE,
                          Healthcare professional, Patient
1,2,4   Prostate Cancer   Healthcare professional, Early    6.6
        Screening         detection, Prostate, Cancer,
                          Screening, Clinical guidelines,
                          Dissemination, Education, Patient

1,2     Oral Cancer       Oral cancer, Head and neck        7
        Screening         cancer, Oral exam, Screening,
                          Early detection
1,2     Oral Cancer         Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,       7.1
        Screening           Screening, Early detection,
                            Clinical guidelines, Public,
                            Education, Awareness,
                            Dissemination
1,2,4   Oral Cancer         Oral, Cancer, Head and neck        7.2
        Screening           Screening, Early detection,
                            Clinical guidelines, Public,
                            Education, Awareness,
                            Dissemination, Community
                            organization
1,2     Oral Cancer         Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,       7.3a
        Screening           Early detection, Screening, Oral
                            exam, Healthcare professional,
                            Patient

1,2     Oral Cancer         Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,       7.3b
        Screening           Early detection, Screening, Oral
                            exam, Healthcare professional,
                            Patient

1,2     Oral Cancer         Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,    7.4
        Screening           Education, Awareness, Tobacco,
                            Prevention, Cessation, Patient,
                            Healthcare professional

1,2,4   Reducing Oral       Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,       8
        Cancer Late Stage   African American, Men, Early
        Illness             detection, Screening




1,2,4   Reducing Oral       Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,     8.1a
        Cancer Late Stage   African American, Men, Early
        Illness             detection, Screening, Healthcare
                            professionals, Education,
                            Awareness, Dissemination

1,2     Reducing Oral       Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,     8.1b
        Cancer Late Stage   African American, Men, Early
        Illness             detection, Screening, Healthcare
                            professional, Education,
                            Awareness, Dissemination

1,2     Reducing Oral       Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,       8.2
        Cancer Late Stage   Early detection, Screening,
        Illness             Public, Clinical guidelines,
                            Dissemination, Education,
                            Awareness
1,2,4   Reducing Oral       Oral, Cancer, Head and neck,        8.3
        Cancer Late Stage   Early detection, Screening, Oral
        Illness             exam, Public, Dissemination,
                            Education, Awareness,
                            Community organization

1,2,4   Reducing           Esophageal, Cancer, Early       9
        Esophageal Cancer detection, African American, Men
        Late Stage Illness




1,2     Reducing           Esophageal cancer, Early        9.1
        Esophageal Cancer detection, Screening, Treatment,
        Late Stage Illness Clinical guidelines


1,2     Reducing           Esophageal, Cancer, Early            9.2
        Esophageal Cancer detection, Screening, Clinical
        Late Stage Illness guidelines, Public
1,2     Reducing           Esophageal, Cancer, Early            9.3
        Esophageal Cancer detection, Public, Business,
        Late Stage Illness African American, Men, Risk,
                           Community organization


1,2     Reducing           Esophageal, Cancer, Early        9.4
        Esophageal Cancer detection, Screening, Healthcare
        Late Stage Illness professional, Oral exam, African
                           American, Men

1,2     Skin Cancer         Skin, Cancer, Early detection,      10
        Screening           Screening, Exam
1,2     Skin Cancer         Skin, Cancer, Early detection,      10.1
        Screening           Screening, Exam, Healthcare
                            professional, Awareness,
                            Education, Public
1,2     Skin Cancer         Skin, Cancer, Early detection,      10.2
        Screening           Screening, Exam, Healthcare
                            professional, Awareness,
                            Education, Self exam, Public
1,2     Skin Cancer         Skin, Cancer, Early detection,      10.3
        Screening           Screening, Exam, Healthcare
                            professional, Patient, Education,
                            Awareness
1,2   Health Promotion    Curriculum, Early detection,      11
      and Disease         Prevention, Healthcare
      Detection Education professional, Education, Training




1,2   Health Promotion    Clinical guidelines, Curriculum,    11.1
      and Disease         Early detection, Prevention
      Detection Education

1,2   Health Promotion    Faculty recruitment, Curriculum,    11.2
      and Disease         Early detection, Diet, Nutrition,
      Detection Education Exercise, Physical activity,
                          Alcohol, Tobacco, Screening,
                          Cigarette
Original Plan Location                    Objective




Previously read: Objective 1: By June     Objective 1: By June 2010, increase the
2010, increase the proportion of adults   proportion of adults age 50+ who have had a
age 50+ who have had a colonoscopy        colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy procedure
or sigmoidoscopy procedure within the     within the past 5 years from 49% to over 50%.
past 10 years from 49.2 to 53% (SC
BRFSS, 2002).
Strategy 1




Strategy 2


Strategy 3




Previously Strategy 4




New




New
Strategy 5




Strategy 6
Previously read: Objective 2: By June   Objective 2. By June 2010, increase the
2010, increase the proportion of        proportion of women age 40+ who have
women age 40+ who have received a       received a clinical breast exam (CBE) within
clinical breast exam (CBE) within the   the preceding two years from 77.4% to 82%
preceding two years from 77.4% to       (SC BRFSS, 2002).
82% (SC BRFSS, 2002)




Strategy 1




Strategy 2




Previously read: Strategy 3:
Collaborate with faith-based
organizations, breast cancer service
providers, and community
organizations to recruit women who
are rarely or never screened.
New



New




Previously read: Objective 3: By June
2010, increase the proportion of
women age 40+ who have received a
mammogram within the preceding two
years from 76% to 80% (SC BRFSS,
2002).



Strategy 1


Strategy 2
Strategy 3




Previously read: Strategy 4: Develop a
campaign with the SC Medical
Association, SC Nurse's Association,
Physician Assistant associations, and
the Carolina Medical Review to
promote mammography referral for all
women 40+ seen by providers in
primary care or internal medicine
practices.
New



Previously read: Objective 4: By June
2010, increase the proportion of
women at risk for cervical cancer
(including never/rarely screened,
uninsured, age-specific populations)
who have received screening services
within the preceding three years from
83% to at least 90% (SC BRFSS,
2002).
Previously read: Objective 5: By June     Objective 5: By June 2010, increase the
2010, increase the proprtion of men       proportion of men newly diagnosed with
newly diagnosed with prostate cancer      prostate cancer at the localized stage from
at the localized stage from 72.6% to at   81.5 to at least 90% (SCCCR 2004).
least 75% (SC BRFSS, 2002).
                                          Objective 6: By June 2010, raise men's
                                          awareness of the need to make informed
                                          decisions about screening for prostate
                                          cancer.


Strategy 1




Strategy 2




Strategy 3




Previously read: Strategy 4:
Collaborate with faith-based
organizations and community
organizations to disseminate prostate
information to those at high risk.

New




New




Objective 7                               Objective 7: By June 2010, increase the
                                          percentage of South Carolinians who report
                                          having had an oral examination from 23 to
                                          30%. (SC BRFSS, 2000).
Strategy 1




Strategy 2




Previously Strategy 3                      Strategy 1: Collaborate with dental and
                                           medical associations and other health
                                           organizations to promote oral examination in
                                           all patients.

New




Strategy 4




Previously read: Objective 8: By June
2010, increase the proportion of
oral/pharyngeal cancers newly
diagnosed amongn African-American
males at early stage (in-situ or
localized) from 22.1% to at least 30%.
Previously Strategy 1: Collaborate with    Strategy 1a: Collaborate with dental and
dental and medical associations and        medical associations and other health
other health organizations to promote      organizations to promote oral examination
public and professional awareness of       among African-American males.
risk factors for oral/pharyngeal cancer.

New                                        Strategy 1b: Collaborate with dental and
                                           medical associations and other health
                                           organizations to promote public and
                                           professional awareness of risk factors for
                                           oral/pharyngeal cancer.

Strategy 2
Strategy 3




Previously read: Objective 9: By June     Objective 9: By June 2010, increase the
2010, increase the proportion of          proportion of esophageal cancers newly
esophageal cancers newly diagnosed        diagnosed among African-American males at
among African-American males at           early stage (in-situ or localized) to greater
early stage (in-situ or localized) from   than 20.8%.
20.5% to at least 33%
Strategy 1




Strategy 2



Strategy 3




New




New                                       Objective 10 Skin Cancer (Still needs to be
                                          developed)
New




New




New
Previously Objective 10, Now deleted   Objective 11: By 2010, increase the
in current evaluation plan             curriculum content for health promotion and
                                       disease prevention topics and related core
                                       competencies for disease detection in
                                       schools of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and
                                       allied health sciences.
Previously Objective 10, Strategy 1:
Deleted in current evaluation plan



Previously Objective 10, Strategy 2:
Deleted in current evaluation plan
Strategy                                                            Yr Created   Data Source




                                                                    2005;        SC BRFSS Online
                                                                    Revised      Query and Annual
                                                                    2009         Reports available
                                                                                 at available online
                                                                                 at
                                                                                 http://www.scdhec.
Strategy 1: Add a two-part BRFSS question asking individiuals                    gov/hs/epidata/brfs
50+ if they have been offered a Fecal Occult Blood Test
(FOBT) within the last year and if they have returned the test.

Strategy 2: Measure baseline data on the percentage of South
Carolinians who follow American Cancer Society
recommendations on colorectal screening.
Strategy 3: Assess gaps in, and barriers to, screening for
colorectal cancer in SC among populations experiencing
disparities, and review geographic distribution of incidence
rates, and stages at diagnosis.
Strategy 4a: Assess current insurance coverage for colorectal
testing by principal SC providers; identify gaps; and collaborate
with Advocacy/Policy Task Force to address gaps.


Strategy 4b: Support efforts to encourage insurance programs
to reimburse for the cost of colorectal screening.




Strategy 4c: Work with policy makers to encourage screening
as benefits covered in existing health plans.
Strategy 5: Evaluate capacity for colorectal cancer screening in
South Carolina, including the availability of fecal occult blood
tests (FOBT), sigmoidoscopy, and colonoscopy. Assessment
should include cost analysis of screening and geographic
distribution of services.




Strategy 6: Identify, implement, and evaluate evidence-based
strategies for public and professional education on the
importance of early detection of colorectal cancer.




Strategy 7: Collaborate with faith-based and community
organizations to raise awareness about colorectal cancer.
                                                                   2005      Data obtained via
                                                                             data request to
                                                                             Ryan Lewis, SC
                                                                             BRFSS
                                                                             Coordinator (this
                                                                             measure not
                                                                             available online)



Strategy 1: Promote core competencies in CBE for providers;
integrate CBE materials developed through the Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCEDP) into
medical and nursing graduate education, and residency
training programs.
Strategy 2: Identify and address barriers to the implementation
of CBE training for continuing medical education.


Strategy 3: Collaborate with breast cancer service providers,
and community organizations and businesses to recruit women
who are rarely or never screened through the Cancer
Education Guide.



Strategy 4: Collaborate with other women’s health initiatives to
make breast cancer screening convenient, affordable and
accessible

Strategy 5: Educate SC residents about the known and
researched risk factors specific to breast cancer in order to
dispel myths and reduce the likelihood of misinformation about
breast cancer.


Objective 3: By June 2010, increase the proportion of women        2005;     SC BRFSS Online
age 40+ who have received a mammogram within the                   Revised   Query and Annual
preceding two years to greater than 74.6%.                         2009      Reports available
                                                                             online at
                                                                             http://www.scdhec.
                                                                             gov/hs/epidata/brfs
                                                                             s_index.htm

Strategy 1: Identify data sources in addition to BRFSS to
establish more accurate mammography screening rates in SC.

Strategy 2: Implement findings from SC research on efficacy of
public education campaigns to promote breast cancer
screening, focusing on groups at highest risk for not being
screened (ie, small media campaigns; faith-based outreach).
Strategy 3: Collaborate with the Advocacy/Policy Task Force to
seek state funding to extend mammography services
comparable to BCCEDP to uninsured women who do not
quality for the program.
Strategy 4: Collaborate with the SC Medical Association, SC
Nurse’s Association, Physician Assistant Associations, and the
Carolina Medical Review Board to develop a campaign
promoting referral for all women 40+ seen by providers in
primary care or internal medicine practices.




Strategy 5: Collaborate with other women’s health initiatives to
make breast cancer screening convenient, affordable and
accessible.
Objective 4: By June 2010, increase the proportion of women        2005   SC BRFSS Online
at risk for cervical cancer (including never/rarely screened,             Query and Annual
uninsured, age-specific populations) who have received                    Reports available
screening services within the preceding three years from                  online at
86.8% to at least 90% (SC BRFSS, 2002).                                   http://www.scdhec.
                                                                          gov/hs/epidata/brfs
                                                                          s_index.htm


Strategy1: Collaborate with providers to develop office-tracking
systems to support timely re-screening.




Strategy 2: Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public, as well as clinicians and public health
professionals, with current and evolving science, technology,
and guidelines specific to cervical cancer screening.


Strategy 3: Collaborate with faith-based organizations and
community organizations to disseminate cervical cancer
information.




Strategy 4: Collaborate with community partners and medical
providers to expand current screening and diagnostic
resources, with an emphasis on high-risk women.

Strategy 5: Collaborate with the Research Task Force to
identify areas/sub-populations who are at highest risk for not
being screened for cervical cancer.
                                                                  2005   Margaret Ehlers,
                                                                         SCCCR




                                                                  2005   ???




Strategy 1: Convene a task force of experts to include African
Americans and community activists to review current national
screening guidelines and make recommendations for
implementation of guidelines for best practice in South
Carolina.2: Add a question to BRFSS to learn what SC males
Strategy                                                                 SC BRFSS
40+ know about their personal risk for prostate cancer.


Strategy 3: Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public, and especially African-American males, with
evolving science, technology, and guidelines for prostate
cancer.


Strategy 4: Educate men in high-risk categories) e.g. AA,
strong family history of prostate cancer and those in high-risk
categories) about PSA and DRE.




Strategy 5: Raise awareness to encourage males ages 50+ to
discuss PSA testing and digital rectal examination (DRE) with
their providers.




Strategy 6: Assist healthcare providers in communicating the
importance of prostate cancer screening to men at high risk
using evidence-based materials.


                                                                  2005   SC BRFSS
Strategy 1: Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public with evolving science, technology, and
guidelines for early detection of oral/pharyngeal cancer.



Strategy 2: Collaborate with faith-based organizations and
community organizations to raise awareness about
oral/pharyngeal cancer.




Strategy 3a: Collaborate with dental and medical associations
and other health organizations to promote oral examination in
all patients.



Strategy 3b: Support the practice of dentists and clinicians to
screen for oral cancer as part of a routine dental or medical
exam.


Strategy 4: Collaborate with dental and medical associations
and other health organizations to promote patient counseling
on the dangers of tobacco use and the importance of tobacco
use cessation.

Objective 8: By June 2010, increase the proportion of             2005   Margaret Ehlers,
oral/pharyngeal cancers newly diagnosed among African-                   SCCCR
American males at early stage (in-situ or localized) to greater
than 13.2%.




Strategy 2: Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public with evolving science, technology, and
guidelines for early detection of oral/pharyngeal cancer.
Strategy 3: Collaborate with faith-based and community
organizations to raise awareness about oral/pharyngeal
cancer.




                                                                  2005   Margaret Ehlers,
                                                                         SCCCR




Strategy 1: Monitor ongoing science and research regarding
the early detection and treatment of precursors to esophageal
disease and the possible efficacy of screening/detection
methods for esophageal cancer.
Strategy 2: Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public with evolving science, technology, and
guidelines for prevention/early detection of esophageal cancer.
Strategy 3: Collaborate with faith-based organizations,
community organizations, and employers in targeted
geographical areas to reach high-risk, African-American males
concerning risk factors.


Strategy 4: Collaborate with dental and medical associations
and other health organizations to promote oral examination
among African-American males.




Strategy 1: Promote the awareness of the need for total body
examination and enhance the ability of health care providers to
provide high quality skin cancer screening test.

Strategy 2: Promote knowledge and awareness on the
importance of conducting skin self-exams.


Strategy 3: Increase number of healthcare providers who
educate patients about early signs of skin cancer and
appropriate responses to such systems.
                                                                   2005   Records of
                                                                          curriculum
                                                                          deveploment
                                                                          across
                                                                          universities/degree
                                                                          programs




Strategy 2: Recruit faculty in positions of leadership who agree
to work with SCCA Early Detection Task Force and Prevention
Task Force to undertake the following:
>Review of standardized guidelines for health promotion and
disease prevention selected for their programs;         >Assess
adequacy or gaps in curriculum content specific to diet,
exercise, alcohol, and tobacco as related to predisposition to
cancers; >Develop annual systems of communication between
SCCA and faculty to exchange information on needs and
accomplishments in the implementation of curriculum topics
and standardized core competencies for health promotion and
disease prevention.
Ind Construction   Indicator Quality   Indicator Quality (A- Ease of Measure (1- Ease of Measure (1-
                   (A-C)               C)                    3)                  3)
                           TA                   KC                   TA                  KC



                   A                   A                    1                   1




                   A                   A                    1                   1




                   B                   A                    1?                  1


                   C                   A                    3                   3




                   A**                 A                    3**                 3




                   B                   B                    2                   2




                   B                   B                    2                   2
A   A   3   3




C   B   3   2




C   B   3   2
Note baseline data A       A   1        1
stated in measure
of 77.4% does not
match data obtained
from BRFSS
Coordinator




                  B        A   2        2




                  B?       A   2        2




                  C        C   2 or 3   2




                  B or C   B   2        2



                  C        B   2        2




                  A        A   1        1




                  B        A   2        1


                  A        A   1        1
                    A    A   2   2




                    A    A   1   1




                    C    C   3   3



It appears this      A   A   1   1
indicator was
calculated from %
of adult women
screened for
cervical cancer in
past 3 years (or was
it calculated from a
population subset
                     B   B   3   3




                    C    C   2   2




                    C    C   2   2




                    C    C   3   3




                    A    A   2   2
A   A   1        1




B   B   3        3




A   A   1 or 2   2




B   B   3        3




C   C   3        3




B   C   3        3




B   B   3        3




C   B   3?       2




A   A   1        1
                   C    C   2   2




                   C    B   2   2




                   B    B   2   2




                   C    C   3   3




                   B    B   2   2




Note: Indicator was A   A   1   1
already better than
13.2% ???????




                   B    B   2   2




                   C    B   2   2




                   C    B   2   2
C    B    2    2




A    A    1    1




C?   A    1    1




C    B    2    2



C?   B    2    2




C?   B    2    2




na   na   na   na


B    B    2    2




B    B    2    2




C    C    3    3
C     C    3     3




na    na   na    na




na?   na   na?   na
Indicator Notes                 Indicator Notes            History of Changes to Baseline Yr
                                                           Indicator
            TA                            KC



                                Indicator aim was not      53%; revised to over   2002
                                set verup high (49% to     50%
                                >50%)




Re: BRFSS question, by          Could not find a query                            2005
date?                           that looks at both "Have
                                you had a CBE" and
                                "when was your last
How is Objective 1 above        CBE"; when I calculate                            2005
related to Strategy 2. Are
they related or is Strategy 2
How What is the source
new?will they gather the                                                          2005
data? (Re: "assess gaps"
and "barriers") What is the
outcome of this?
Performance assessment.
**"Assess current                                                                 2005
insurance coverage" - this
part sounds straight
forward and gets A3.
"…identify gaps; …" - this
"Support need a - what
part may efforts" different     How are Strategy 1.4b                             2005
does this entail?               and 1.4c different from
Supportive ___ implies          one another?; and
there are efforst underway -    also very related to
"work with?" List fo what       1.4a above
the efforts were? What
would the data look like?



Measure better screening                                                          2005
coverage in insurance
plans.
This is good.                                         2005




Forget audiences - one for   Could include to         2005
each audience would          produce a report on
probably be preferable       educational strategies
since whole different        for….; this would be
process. This is very        more specific
broadly diffuse - needs to
be broken down into
component parts.




Rec? - Uneveness in the      Could be made more       2005
application of evidence-     specific (how many
based guidelines - FOBT      organizations, etc.)
not focus, but CRE is.
Rec: - Evidence-based?                                   2002
Why focus on CBE instead
of mammography?




"Providers" - are these                                  2005
future providers? Unclean -
are these 2 separate ideas
or is "promoting"
accomplished by the
second phrase?
This is for providers in                                 2005
practice. How would you
do this? (identify and
address barriers).
This is confusing.          Don't understand this        2005
                            strategy to recruit
                            women through the
                            CEG.



Rec: Not clear how a           Could be more specific    2005
collaboration could lead to    with stating the # of
all these desired endpoints.   initiatives targeted?
Re: breast cancer
This is a complex topic.       Could specify the scope   2005
What are the known myths       of the campaign to be
about breast cancer?           more specific.
What is a "researched risk
factor? "…reduce the
likelihood of
This is a new objective.                                 2002
Mammography. BRFSS?
CBE vs. mammogram?




"Identtify data sources…" -                              2005
such as? How determine
which data source is more
accurate? groups at
Who are the                                              2005
highest risk at not being
screened? Rec: -
"Implement findings from
SC research…" - state the
actual approach, what is
                                                         2005




Clear. Campaigns were                                    2005
developed or not? Sub__:
partners collaborated or
not?




Same as previous                                         2005



Good objective. Excellent.                               2002




Rec: Is this really feasible Could be more precise       2005
for SCCA? How would you by saying to have recall
do this? Funding?            systems installed in x%
                             of PCP offices.

How do you "support           How do you measure         2005
dissemination?" "Public",     supporting
"clinicians" and "public      dissimination; better to
health professionals" are 3   say to disseminate x
distinct audiences.           info to x individuals.
Rec: "dissemination of       More precise to say to      2005
information" vs. "education" collaborate with x
or "educate."                organizations to get
                             message disseminated
                             to x people.

How do you expand         How to measure if you          2005
services without monetary collaborated to expand
commitment? Who are the services?;
medical providers and the
community partners?
This is nice                                             2005
"…to at least 90% of all                                     Data stated in the 2004 2002; Revised to
prostate cancer diagnoses"                                   SCCA baseline value is 2004
- add the words                                              slightly different from
                                                             value we obtained from
                                                             SCCCR
"raise" from what to what?       What is baseline                                   2005
The term "awareness" vs.         awareness?; how to
the term "knowledge"             measure their
                                 awareness (complex set
                                 of information required)
Would this be a "1"? Find                                                           2005
out if task force convened.
Recommendations made?
Interesting approach - is
SC really that different from This would require
Good point KC. Clear,                                                               2005
discrete task.                multiple questions I
Measurement issues.           think

Rec: Need science?               How do you measure                                 2005
Same issue as before             supporting
regarding "support               dissimination; better to
dissemination." Re: "new         say to disseminate x
information" what is "new?"      info to x individuals.
I like educate.                  How will those at risk be                          2005
                                 identified and targeted
                                 for education?; how do
                                 you know if they have
                                 been sufficiently
                                 educated?
"Rasie awareness" and "to                                                           2005
encourage" are vague.




"Assist" - not really assist -   More specific to say to                            2005
educate? Improve?                provide information to x
"Assist…in                       providers re: evidence
communicating…" -                based materials
teaching their patients?
"…using evidence-                                                                   2002 maybe?
                                                                                    (Don’t think this
                                                                                    QES asked in 2000
                                                                                    BRFSS)
Rec: Evidence-based            How to measure if you      2005
guidelines do not support      supported
oral cancer screening.         dissemination?; what
                               new information will be
                               provided?
"Collaborate with" and         Could specify how many     2005
"raise awareness" are          faith based
vague terms. What is the       organizations
distinction between the
faith-based organizations
and community
organizations?
Vague terms                    Could specify how          2005
                               awareness will be
                               promoted (x mailings; x
                               seminars provided, etc.)

"Support" - very vague         How do you measure if      2005
description                    you supported the
                               practices of MD/DMDS?


Vague terms                    Could specify how          2005
                               awareness will be
                               promoted (x mailings; x
                               seminars provided, etc.)

Recommendation: Need                                      2005
some basis for the target:
0.1% increase is not a lofty
goal. Was 13.2% the
baseline?

This stragegy is the same      Could specify how          2005
as 1.2 but specific            exams will be promoted
subgroup.                      (x mailings; x seminars
                               provided, etc.)


Vague terms                    Could specify how          2005
                               awareness will be
                               promoted (x mailings; x
                               seminars provided, etc.)



Vague terms                    Could measure # of info    2005
                               messages disseminated
Vague terms                  How many                     2005
                             organizations?




                                                          2005




How do you measure                                        2005
"monitor?" Who is going to
do this. Rec: Screening
for esophageal cancer? Is
this warranted?
Vague terms                                               2005



Issue re: terms and          Collaborations with how      2005
defining the organizations   many organizations; to
discussed above.             reach how many at risk
                             with info?; what info will
                             be provided?

Vague terms                  Get message about            2005
                             screening of at risk
                             individuals out to how
                             many providers?

                             na                           2005


Rec: Evidence-based?         Promoted via what            2005
                             mechanism?



                             Promoted via what            2005
                             mechanism?


                             Don't know how many          2005
                             currently do this?, how
                             to measure an increase
                             in practice?
?? (dentistry?)            What topics?, What's   2005
                           the baseline? How do
                           you know if its been
                           increased?



                           na                     2005




Re: "na" - because not part na                    2005
of plan?
Baseline                  Benchmark Yr Benchmark        Result Yr




2001=46.7%; 2002=49.2%;   2010        53%; revised to   2008
2003=55.3%; 2004=55.9%;               over 50%
2006=59.5%; 2008=65.6%




Not accomplished yet      2010        To add 2-part     2010
                                      question


Not accomplished yet      2010


This was probably done but 2010
there is no documentation of
it.

Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010
Not accomplished yet   2010   ass whether study   2010
                              completed




Not accomplished yet   2010




Not accomplished yet   2010
1999=88.5%; 2000=91.3%; 2010     82%               2008
2002=86.7%; 2004=84.4%;
2006=83.1%; 2008=83.5%
(Note: cancer plan had
77.4% as 2002 baseline, but
this doesn’t match data from
BRFSS coordinator)



Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010



Not accomplished yet      2010




2002=75.6%; 2004=72.1%;   2010   80% revised to    2008
2006=74.5%; 2008=74.9%           74.6%




Not accomplished yet      2010


Not accomplished yet      2010   Accomplished:
                                 Witness project
                                 implemented to
                                 reach AA women
                                 with breast and
                                 cervical cancer
Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010   call Linda Morphis
                                 ACS in Columbia
                                 803 750-1693;
                                 trainings for
                                 providers ; state
                                 funding 2 years ago
                                 for women 40-46;
                                 women I bcn when
                                 come to provider.
Not accomplished yet      2010   Doesn't think this



2002=88.3%; 2004=87.1%;   2010   90%                   2008
2006=86.8%; 2008=86.1%




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010
2004=80.4%; 2005=81.1%;   2010   75% revised to 90% 2006
2006=81.1%




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




2002=22.4%; 2006=23.5%    2010   30%               2006
Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




2004=18.9%; 2005=14.5%;   2010   Revised from 30%   2006
2006=14.0%                       to >13.2%




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010
Not accomplished yet      2010




2004=16.4%; 2005=20.8%;   2010   33% to >22.8%   2006
2006=16.7%




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010



Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010


Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010




Not accomplished yet      2010
Not accomplished yet   2010




Not accomplished yet   2010




Not accomplished yet   2010
Result




65.6%




These 2 questions not asked yet
CDC SECAP Study completed, but it does not assess cost analysis of
screening and geographic distribution of services.
83.50%




74.9%




Witness project was implemented to reach AA women with breast and
cervical cancer about breast cancer screening; Witness project trained
breast or cervical cancer survivors to save lives by talking about their
cancer experience; journey through the process; train lay health advisors
education (chair SCCA subcommittee: 09-10 witness projecty in greenwood
county; grant from susasn g. komen, 09-10 oburg, bamburg, allendale,
86.10%
81.10%




23.50%
14.00%
16.7
Status (Accomplished/ Inactive/Active )




Accomplished




Not Accomplished (Could use the questions available in
BRFSS instead of these specific questions or could have
these questions added to BRFSS at a cost)




May be reported out in Cobra survey--survey of barriers to
screenings (including CRC); ginie regularly looks at this


Accomplished: CRC screening coverage in place for
Medicaid, SC State Employees Health Plan and BCBS ; are
there additional health plans for whom CRC screening
coverage needs to be evaluated?

Accomplished: CRC screening coverage achieved for
Medicaid, SC State Employees Health Plan and BCBS
policy holders through advocacy from SCCA and partners.
are there additional health plans that need to be
targeted?




Accomplished: See 1.4b
CDC SECAP Study accomplished, but it does not assess
cost analysis of screening and geographic distribution of
services.do alternate studies need to be done?




CRC Toolkit accomplished with early evaluation completed;
more formal evaluation may be useful; CRC Toolkit for
Rural Communities in development; Coaches Against
Cancer Accomplished and Evaluated well. More information
about CRC promotional items dissemination may be useful
to measure scope of this activity
Accomplished




Accomplished




Accomplished
Active
Active
Accomplished, but this goal already met all along???
Status Notes re: Progress




CRC Workgroup reports that SC BRFSS, Medicaid, Medicare, and
SCOPE data are being monitored to track increases in CRC screening
rates as result of targeted CRC awareness, screening, and health
insurance policy campaigns.




SCCA CRC Workgroup worked closely with ACS, Center for Colon
Cancer Research at USC, SC Cancer Disparities Network and SCDHEC
to advocate for the following policy changes: 1) August 2006 – SC
Medicaid Program’s >50,000 enrollees who are 50 years and older and
now eligible for free screening colonoscopy;this screening service is only
available for existing SC Medicaid recipients and includes only a portion
of low income uninsured persons 50-64 years of age. 2) January 2007 –
SC State Employee Health Plan’s 95,000 members who are 50 years
or older are now eligible for colonoscopy screening; and 3) February
2008 – BCBSSC 75,000 fully insured enrollees who are 50 years and
CDC SECAP Study conducted to assess current capacity of SC health
care system to conduct CRC screening and follow-up exams for average-
risk persons 50+ (report in folder) . Results for various scenarios: Base
case reflecting current patterns of screening, results in a shortfall of
58,000 flexible sigmoidoscopies and 127,000 colonoscopies, For Option
1 if all necessary screening procedures are performed within one year,
current capacity is adequate to meet the increased need if everyone is
screened with FOBT only, and colonoscopies are performed as follow-
up to positive FOBT; Option 2, in which screening consists of an annual
FOBT followed by a sigmoidoscopy if the FOBT results are negative,
shows a shortfall of 375,000 flexible sigmoidoscopies but 127,000
excess colonoscopies; Option in March 2007 (32 billboards), a screening
CRC awareness campaigns 3, in which everyone receives 2008 (114
billboards), 2009 and 2010 (200 billboards) through partnerships
between SCCA, SCGA, ACS, CCCR at USC, Outdoor Advertising
Association of SC, SCDHEC and SCGA. March 2009 Campaign: state-
wide Coaches Against Cancer billboard campaign with more than 200
billboards displayed; featuring coaches from major universities across
SC (USC in Columbia, Clemson in Upstate, Claflin in Orangeburg,
Citadel in Chas, and Wofford in Spartanburg), complimented by letters
to the editor, CRC education minutes at college basketball games and
printed flyers. March 2010 campaign: using "Raising Awareness about
Colon Cancer in Rural Communities Media Toolkit. 2008/09
Implementation grant accomplished: 1) Developed a CRC public
education campaign tool kit with multiple messages and approaches
targeting rural populations; 2) Initiated development of a CRC
Campaign tool kit–focused on rural communities; all messaging
materials have been shared with SCOPE sites; 3) National
Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s (NCCRT) leadership attended a
Rural Health Summit held in SC on May 5 & 6, 2009 with goal to foster
a spirit of collaboration between states in development of strategies to
combat CRC cancer in rural communities.Over 35 stakeholders
attended representing four rural states (SC, KY, NC, CO) as well
Awareness of need for CRC Screening among SC State Health Plan
Members: SCCA in partnership with CCSG, SCDHEC SCMA provided
SC State employees information about the importance of CRC
screening. <13% of age eligible state employees have had a
colonoscopy. To inform SC state employees about their screening
coverage (effective January 2007), 16 regional CRC lunch and learn
sessions throughout our state. SCGA presented information about
importance of colorectal cancer screening and answered questions
about screening modalities. Over 592 state employees have participated
in these sessions to date. State Health Plan are conducting a 12 month
post evaluation to determine how many of the age eligible state
employees who have attended the sessions then have a colonoscopy
after attending a session; CRC Screening Programs for Individuals
who are Uninsured - FANNi Program: Consultants in Gastroenterology
provide a free screening colonoscopy 1x/week to an uninsured patient.
FANNi (Fridays at Noon or Nine) program was established in 2008.
Purpose to inspire other GIs i SC to consider adopting a similar program
in an effort to reach our community members who are uninsured. >70
uninsured served through FANNi and their associated faith based
The Best Chance Network (BCN) and American Cancer Society (ACS)
Professional Development Manager and the Upstate Regional Service
Coordinator (RSC) conducted CBE training for nursing faculty from the
University of South Carolina and Clemson Universit who have integrated
the BCN Professional Education program into existing curriculum. Total
attendance of 159 students (81 medical students and 78 nurse
No barriers were noted.




Latina Initiative: Cultural adaption and evaluation of the Spanish
language Cancer Education Guide On-going,
Cancer Education Guide Facilitator trainings (16 trainings, over 300
facilitators trained, over 2700 lives touched between October 2005 and
June 2008)
Witness Project: A replication of an evidence and community-based
breast and cervical cancer education program.




Best Chance Network
Mammography Registry Project

Witness Project: A replication of an evidence- and community-based
breast and cervical cancer education program (dates?)
Latina Initiative coordinated Spanish language health communication
campaigns in the Midlands (Breast Cancer campaign, October 2008)
South Carolina Cancer Disparities Community Network Red Notebook
lay health, educational toolkit to disseminate cancer education programs
• $2 Million state funds- now able to screen ages 40-46 for full range of
services
• Next steps: Seeking $2 Million in recurring funds for BCN.

• Press conference in July to announce BCN expansion
• BCN press release, newsletters, articles targeted Option 3
Anything that can teach providers.




This remains an important strategy.




• Moving to Action Addressing Cervical Cancer in SC June 2008 and
upcoming follow-up efforts of the Public Health Campaign and Health
Care Provider Education.
• Latina Initiative- Spanish language outreach and health communication
to reach the rarely and never screened. The Latina Initiative is funded in
part by the SCCA. The portion funded by the SCCA is the evaluation of
• A Call to Action: Preventing Cervical Cancer among African-American
women in March 2007 was funded in part by the SC Cancer Alliance.
This effort was open to all but focused on the African-American faith
community. A poster and several presentations documenting these
efforts and won an award at the NCI Cancer Disparities Summit
Summer 2008. Efforts from this meeting have been continued by….
This has been addressed at a cancer education and expansion
• Continued offering of cervicalstatewide level with theoutreach in of the
BCN as this program now offers a full range of services to the 40-46 age
group.

• These issues were addressed in journal article written by researchers
including Dr Heather Brandt, Chair of the Cervical Cancer Subcommittee
of the Breast and Female Cancer WG and Dr James Herbert, Research
Task Force Chair. There are still opportunities in this area.
Objective Met. Data: 2005 = 81.5% (SCCCR). (Objective is still being
considered in collaboration with the Research Task Force):




Active
Objective: Still needs to be developed
Additional Notes                                         Source




On June 28, 2007 advocates met with BCBSSC                Gailya Walters
leadership to discuss the importance of and cost savings
of providing CRC screening; continued f/u to move this
initiative forward until final decision made by BCBSSC in
2/2008 to provide CRC screening. participation on BCBS
Monitored Anasthesia Committee to review policy on
anasthesia reimbursement (Fall, 2008). Partially
Accomplished:

                                                         Gailya Walters
Evaluation of Coaches Billboard Campaign:
Measured impact of campaign by # of vehicles that went
by billboards each day. >200 billboards around state (40
paid for with SCCA Cancer Implementation funds,others
funded by DHEC Regional mini grants/some free
billboards from the Billboard Trade Association.). Vehicle
count, called daily DECs, for 122 of those placement
billboards is 960,429. We estimate that for 200
billboards we succeed in exposing more than 1 million
SC each day to bill board messages. Evaluation of CRC
Toolkit: Preliminary evaluation of the campaign
approaches developed for the CRC tool kit during the
Rural Health Summit in May were quite favorable. All
approaches were ranked and critiqued during the Summit
and changes made to reflect survey results and
discussion. Further informal focus testing survey will be
conducted in July-August 2009 to inform direction of final
products for CRC tool kit. Efforts were made by our
contractor to use proven effective materials when
developing approaches for rural populations. This is the
first time the NCCRT has partnered with state
organization to develop a unified message. This
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SC BRFSS Online Query and Annual
Reports availabe online at
http://www.scdhec.gov/hs/epidata/brf
ss_index.htm
Section Goal                        Funded Implementation Projects




Overall Early Detection Goal: To    2009/2010 Project # 10: CRC Workgroup Funding;
promote and improve the use of      Requested $25000; Received $19,000
proven cancer-related early
detection and appropriate follow-
up methodology in South
Carolina.
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2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
=$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900; 3. Contractual $2,800




2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
=$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900
3. Contractual $2,800
Breast and Cervical Cancer   2008/2009 Project # 11: Witness Project Expansion into SC;
                             Fully funed at $8700




                             2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                             Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                             =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                             Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900; 3. Contractual $2,800
                             (This project also fits under other places as the CEG
                             addresses numerous cancers--where should it be listed?)




                             2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                             Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                             =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                             Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900
                             3. Contractual $2,800
                             2008/2009 Project # 6: Mammography Registry ; Fully
                             funded at $13,500
Eval Database says: 2002=83%; 2008/2009 Project # 11: Witness Project Expansion into SC;
2002=86.8%??; Using the             Fully funed at $8700
standard BRFSS measure (not
including the underserved criteria)
, I get 2002=88.3%; 2004= 87.1%;
2006=86.8%; 2008=86.1% (how
was measure calculated--was the
never screened etc. criteria
included to calculate.




                                2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                                Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                                =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                                Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900; 3. Contractual $2,800


                                2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                                Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                                =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                                Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900; 3. Contractual $2,800
Prostate Cancer          2008/2008 Project # 12: African American Men and Prostate
                         (AAMAP) Phase II; Fully funded at $14454




                         2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                         Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                         =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780
                         1. Personnel $3,000
                         2. Supplies $1,900
                         3. Contractual $2,800




                         2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                         Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                         =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                         Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900
                         3. Contractual $2,800
                         2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                         Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                         =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                         Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900
                         3. Contractual $2,800

                         2009-2010: Project # 4. Cancer Education Guide (Early
                         Detection / Prevention Task Forces); Total Budget Request
                         =$7,780; Cancer Education Guide Budget - $7,780; 1.
                         Personnel $3,000; 2. Supplies $1,900; 3. Contractual $2,800




Oral/Pharyngeal Cancer
Health Education
Additional Funded Implementation Projects Funded Implementation Grants
2008/2009 Project #2. Breast and Cervical
Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas : Spanish
CEG; Fully funded at $6000




2008/2009 Project #2. Breast and Cervical
Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas : Spanish
CEG; Fully funded at $6000



2008/2009 Project # 11: Witness Project
Expansion into SC; Fully funed at $8700
2008/2009 Project #2. Breast and Cervical
Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas : Spanish
CEG; Fully funded at $6000



2008/2009 Project #2. Breast and Cervical
Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas : Spanish
CEG; Fully funded at $6000
Additional Funded Implementation Grants
Goal      Section Topic                  Key Words

1,2,4,5   Patient Navigation             Navigation, Navigator, Cancer
                                         center, Survivor, Patient




1,2,4,5   Patient Navigation             Navigation, Navigator, Education,
                                         Training, Assessment, Survivor,
                                         Patient




1,2,4,5   Patient Navigation             Navigation, Navigator, Education,
                                         Program, Patient, Outreach, Survivor




2,4,5     Cancer Information Resources   Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                         Education, Awareness,
                                         Dissemination, Survivor




2,4,5     Cancer Information Resources   Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                         Education, Awareness,
                                         Dissemination, Survivor

2,4,5     Cancer Information Resources   Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                         Education, Awareness,
                                         Dissemination, Survivor



2,4,5     Cancer Information Resources   Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                         Family, Child, Caregiver, Education,
                                         Awareness, Dissemination, Survivor
2,4,5     Cancer Information Resources   Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                         Family, Child, Caregiver, Education,
                                         Awareness, Dissemination, Survivor
1,2,4,5    Patient Navigation                 Navigation, Navigator, Resource
                                              liaison, Patient, Survivor, Education,
                                              Awareness, Dissemination, Survivor



1,2,4,5    Patient Navigation                 Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                              Family, Child, Training, Education,
                                              Navigator, Navigation, Survivor




1,2,4,5    Patient Navigation                 Cancer, Resource guide, Patient,
                                              Child, Training, Education, Cancer
                                              center, Survivor




          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Caregiver,
            Resources                         Awareness, Education

          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Caregiver,
            Resources                         Awareness, Education




          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Caregiver,
            Resources                         Awareness, Education, Conference

          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Caregiver,
            Resources                         Awareness, Education, Quality of
                                              Life, Program
          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Caregiver,
            Resources                         Awareness, Education, Quality of
                                              Life, Program, Conference



          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Awareness,
            Resources                         Education, Quality of Life, Program



          3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Awareness,
            Resources                         Education, Quality of Life, Program,
                                              Research, Assessment
      3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Family,
        Resources                         Awareness, Education, Media
                                          campaign, Quality of Life, Long term
      3 Cancer Survivorship Information   needs Patient, Family,
                                          Survivor,
        Resources                         Awareness, Education, Media
                                          campaign, Quality of Life, Long term
      3 Cancer Survivorship Information   needs Patient, Family,
                                          Survivor,
        Resources                         Awareness, Education, Media
                                          campaign, Quality of Life, Long term
      3 Cancer Survivorship Information   Survivor, Patient, Family,
        Resources                         Awareness, Education, Media
                                          campaign, Quality of Life, Long term
2,3    Cancer Survivorship Professional   needs
                                          Healthcare profesessional, Survivor,
       Education                          Patient, Education, Awareness,
                                          Quality of life, Long-term needs
2,3    Cancer Survivorship Professional   Healthcare profesessional, Survivor,
       Education                          Patient, Education, Awareness,
                                          Conference , Quality of life, Long
                                          term needs
2,3    Cancer Survivorship Professional   Healthcare profesessional, Survivor,
       Education                          Patient, Education, Awareness,
                                          Quality of life, Long-term needs

2,3    Cancer Survivorship Professional   Healthcare profesessional, Survivor,
       Education                          Patient, Education, Awareness, Long-
                                          term needs, Conference, Business,
                                          Legislator, Policy, Insurance, Quality
                                          of life, Long term needs
Indicator #   Original Plan
              Location
1             na




1.1           na




2             na




3             na




3.1           na




3.2           na




4             na



4.1           na
5     na




5.1   na




5.2   na




6     na


6.1   na




6.2   na



7     na


7.1   na




8     na




9     na
10     na



10.1   na



10.2   na

10.3   na


11     na



11.1   na




12     na




12.1   na
Objective

Objective 1: By June 2010, having trained patient navigators in 100% of
ACOS certified hospitals.




Objective 2: By June 2012, having a community outreach program that
reaches 100% of patients diagnosed with cancer anywhere within the state
and educates patients on the importance and availability of treatment



Objective 3: By June 2010, increasing the number of patients who receive
information on state-wide cancer resources within two weeks of diagnosis
to 75%.




Objective 4: By June 2009, ensuring that 100% of the families who have a
child diagnosed with cancer in SC receive resource information within two
weeks of diagnosis
Objective 5: By June 2009, developing a state-wide network of trained
resource liaisons who can meet with patients and provide current,
comprehensive and appropriate information about resources and assist
patients in making appropriate contacts.




Objective 6: By June 2008, educating survivors and caregivers about the
spectrum of issues associated with survivorship.




Objective 7: By June 2008, educate survivors about the array of programs
that has shown success in increasing the quality of life of cancer survivors




Objective 8: By June 2010, increasing the number of programs available
to cancer patients that focus on survivorship and that assist survivors in
maintaining an enhanced quality of life.


Objective 9: By June 2012, increasing the number of state-wide research
efforts focused on evaluating the effectiveness of programs designed to
enhance the quality of life of cancer survivors.
Objective 10: By June 2010, increasing media coverage of issues related
to cancer and its impact on families




Objective 11: By June 2010, educating health care professionals about
the needs of cancer patients and the long-term issues faced by survivors




Objective 12: By June 2010, educating non-medical professionals and
policy makers about the needs of cancer patients and the long-term issues
faced by survivors




Objective 1. By June 2006, conduct a survey on resources to address
cancer rehabilitation services, including location and financial
requirements, and quality of life services for those living with cancer, and
provide this information to cancer patients, their caregivers, and to cancer
care providers.
Objective 2. By July 2007, to promote survivor and family empowerment,
develop a comprehensive, flexible, electronic database, which is easily
accessible, that will provide relevant information and be updated at least
quarterly.
Strategy




Strategy 1: By June 2007, identify the primary patient navigation models
being utilized across the state and provide education on the differing
roles, responsibilities and training of the different professional and lay
navigators.




Strategy 1: By June 2009, compile an inventory of currently available
resource information and referral agencies to be accessed on SCCA
web site. Explore feasibility of producing hard copy of resource
directory.
Strategy 2: By June 2009, develop a strategy to maintain, update and
promote resource information and establish appropriate linkages among
the databases to ensure access to comprehensive information
regardless of the port of entry.




Strategy 1: By June 2008, develop a pediatric cancer Family Resource
Guide focusing on state-wide resources and survivor issues.
Strategy 1: By June 2008, conduct a training session on use of the
Pediatric Cancer Family Resource Guide with patients and their families
for individuals interested in volunteering as resource navigators.




Strategy 2: By June 2008, work with service providers to define the
mechanisms and parameters for utilizing resource liaisons within the
individual medical systems.




Strategy 1: By June 2007, educate the TF members on survivorship
issues and the life-long concerns of cancer survivors.




Strategy 2: By June 2008, conduct a state-wide conference on
survivorship issues for survivors and caregivers.




Strategy 1: By June 2007, increase participation of cancer survivors in
conferences and workshops related to survivorship.
Strategy 1: By September 2007, work with ETV to promote the televised
documentary on Pediatric Cancer – “Lion in the House”

Strategy 2: By June 2009, produce and air 3 PSAs related to pediatric
cancer
Strategy 3: By June 2009, generate 3 news-worthy articles related to
cancer survivorship. Write a minimum of six testimonials of cancer
survivors.




Strategy 1: By June 2008, promote participation of health care providers
in survivorship conference.




Strategy 1: By June 2010, solicit participation of businessmen,
legislators, insurance providers and other policy makers in the second
state-wide survivorship conference




Strategy 1. Conduct an inventory of current available resources.
Strategy 2. Compile and categorize resources.
Strategy 3. Identify contacts, unmet needs, and possible links for
additional information.
Strategy 4. Identify HIPAA issues regarding confidentiality and work to
remove barriers to information sharing.
Strategy 1. Conduct an inventory of current available resources (include
options for treatment and continuing care).
Strategy 2. Compile and categorize resources.
Strategy 3. Identify contacts, unmet needs, and possible links for
additional information.
Strategy 4. Identify HIPAA issues regarding confidentiality and work to
remove barriers to information sharing.
Yr Created          Data Source                       Ind Construction

             2009 Communication with ACOS hospitals
                  or their coordinating entity?




             2005 Survey (is there a summary of
                  findings?)




             2009




             2009




             2005




             2005




             2009



200?
2005




2005




2005




2005


2005




2005



2005


2005




2009




2009
2009



2005



  ?

  ?


2009



2009




2009




2009




2005
2005
Indicator Quality (A-C)   Ease of Measure (1-3)       Indicator Notes

B                                                 1




B                                                 2




B                                                 3 How to measure if the network is in
                                                    place and covers 100?




B                                                 3 Is there a baseline measure
                                                    available?; would this be a statewide
                                                    survey?




A                                                 1




A                                                 2




A                                                 3 Statewide survey of newly diagnosed
                                                    pts?

A                                                 1
B   3 How would this be organized?
      Coordinated?




A   1 Could specify conduct conference
      where x navigators are trained…more
      specific.




B   3 Which service providers?, More
      specific to say publish a summary that
      describes the protocols that would
      have to be followed to work with these
      institutions.

B   2 What educational tools used?; how
      many survivors?

A   2




A   2 Could also specify how many will
      attend?

B   2 Educate how many?, Using what
      educational tools?

B   2 What is the baseline measure for
      increasing?, Would be more specific
      to say how many will be educated,
      etc.

B   2 What is the baseline measure for
      increasing?, How many available
      now?, May be more specific to say to
      develop x programs statewide.
B   2 What is baseline?, More specific to
      say Establish x research efforts
      focussed on...
B   2 What is baseline? , More specific to
      say how many press releases, TV
      spots, etc.
A   1



A   1

A   1 What about an indicator to specify
      how many spots will also be
      generated?
B   2 Using what educational tool?, target
      which providers?, how many
      educated?
B   2 More specific to say to get x providers
      to attend conference.



B   2 Educate how many?, Using what
      educational tools?



B   2 Get how many of the target group to
      attend?
History of Changes to   Baseline Yr Baseline               Benchmark Yr   Benchmark
Indicator
                        2009        Not accomplished yet   2010           Not in effect yet;
                                                                          navigation training
                                                                          scheduled for summer
                                                                          2010




Telephone Survey               2007 Not accomplished yet            2007 Is there a summary of
Completed in Spring                                                      SC patient navigation
2006.                                                                    models




                               2007 Not done yet                    2010 In development. Julie
                                                                         Houston working on
                                                                         web-based resource
                                                                         directory. Not doing




                               2007 Not done yet                    2007 Hard copy and on
                                                                         website:
                                                                         http://www.sccancerallia
                                                                         nce.org/guide/
2007 Not done yet   Training not done with
                    patients and family
                    (deferred to be part of
                    patient navigation
                    training). Trainings in
                    hospitals were done by
                    Anthony Coggiola who
                    went to each major
                    pediatric centers and
                    trained staff physicians,
2007 Not done yet   2007 Was it produced and
                         aired on TV?

2009 Not done yet   2009
                         Was it produced and aired on TV?
2009 Not done yet   2009 Were newsworthy clips
                         made?
Result Yr   Result                 Status (Accomplished/ Inactive/Active )   Status Notes

                                   Active




      2007 Presentation on patient Accomplished?                             Telephone Survey
           navigation—panel on                                               Completed in
           patient navigation with 4                                         Spring 2006.
           different institutions;
           another patient
           navigation training
                                   Active




                                   Active




      2010 In development. Julie
            Houston working on
            web-based resource
            directory. Not doing




                                   Active



                                   Accomplished                              Family Resource
                                                                             Guide completed
                                                                             and printed Fall
                                                                             2007; Electronic
                                                                             web version
                                                                             completed in April
Active




Still continuing?   Training sessions
                    completed in
                    Charleston,
                    Columbia, and
                    Greenville in Spring
                    2008.




Accomplished?       Completed in
                    Spring 2008.




Active


Accomplished        Completed in
                    Spring 2008 at SC
                    Survivorship
                    Conference.


Accomplished        Completed in March
                    2008.

Active


Still continuing?   Task Force
                    members
                    participated in
                    LiveStrong Summit
                    and other
Active              survivorship




Active
                              Active



2008 Produced and aired on    Accomplished                                          Completed Summer
     TV.                                                                            2007.

2008 Thinks this done after   Accomplished (verify with Jim Allen of SC DHEC)
     Lion in the House.
2008 Check with Jim Allen     Testimonials accomplished; news articles likely not
                              done
     Andreal Huffman collected 6 testimonials of cancer survivors; however; no evidence that news articles done yet.
                              Active



                              Accomplished                                          Completed in March
                                                                                    2008.



                              Active
Contact       Section Goals

Diane Gluck




Diane Gluck

              Goal 1: To increase the number of individuals who,
              when diagnosed with cancer, seek and receive
              timely, high quality and compassionate medical
              treatment


              Goal 1: To increase the number of individuals who,
              when diagnosed with cancer, seek and receive
              timely, high quality and compassionate medical
              treatment
              Goal 2: To improve access to information and
              resources that will encourage the seeking of and
              follow-through with treatment and enhance the
              decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
              their families



              Goal 2: To improve access to information and
              resources that will encourage the seeking of and
              follow-through with treatment and enhance the
              decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
              their families
              Goal 2: To improve access to information and
              resources that will encourage the seeking of and
              follow-through with treatment and enhance the
              decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
              their families
              Goal 2: To improve access to information and
              resources that will encourage the seeking of and
              follow-through with treatment and enhance the
              decision-making abilities of cancer patientsand
              Goal 2: To improve access to information and
              resources that will encourage the seeking of and
              follow-through with treatment and enhance the
              decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
              their families
Goal 2: To improve access to information and
resources that will encourage the seeking of and
follow-through with treatment and enhance the
decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
their families
Goal 2: To improve access to information and
resources that will encourage the seeking of and
follow-through with treatment and enhance the
decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
their families




Goal 2: To improve access to information and
resources that will encourage the seeking of and
follow-through with treatment and enhance the
decision-making abilities of cancer patients and
their families

Goal 3: To improve access to information and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality ofto informationcancer
Goal 3: To improve access life issues of and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality of life issues of cancer
survivors and their caregivers

Goal 3: To improve access to information and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality ofto informationcancer
Goal 3: To improve access life issues of and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality ofto informationcancer
Goal 3: To improve access life issues of and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality of life issues of cancer
survivors and their caregivers
Goal 3: To improve access to information and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality of life issues of cancer
survivors and their caregivers
Goal 3: To improve access to information and
resources that address the psychological and
emotional aspects of cancer and provide assistance
with the long-term, quality of life issues of cancer
survivors and their caregivers
Goal 4: To increase community and professional
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorshipincrease community and professional
Goal 4: To
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorshipincrease community and professional
Goal 4: To
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
Goal 4: To increase community and professional
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorshipincrease community and professional
Goal 4: To
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorship
Goal 4: To increase community and professional
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorship
Goal 4: To increase community and professional
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorship
Goal 4: To increase community and professional
awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of cancer
survivors and the spectrum of issues related to
survivorship

Previous Objectives
Funded Implementation Grants                   Additional Funded Implementation Grants

2009/2010 Project # 2: Patient Navigator  2008/2009 Project #3: Statewide Patient
Network (Survivor & Family Issues Task    Navigator Program; Fully funded at $6000
Force); Total Budget Request =$7500;
Funded for $5000; Patient Navigator
Network Budget- $5,000; 1. Travel $1,000,
2. Supplies $1,000, 3. Contractual $3,000




2009/2010 Project # 3: Cancer Resource
Guide (Survivor & Family Issues); Total
Budget Request =$10,000; Fully funded;
Cancer Resource Guide Budget - $10,000:
1. Travel, 2. Supplies $ 500, 3. Contractual
$8,000, 4. Other/Training $1,500
2008/2009 Project # 4: Hold a Cancer
Survivorship Conference in SC, Requested
$3000; Funded at $1500
Goal   Section Topic Key Words                  Indicator #   Original Plan
                                                              Location

1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      1             Objective 1
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Healthcare professionals,
                    Patients
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      1.1           Strategy 1
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Referral system, Healthcare
                    professionals
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      1.2           Strategy 2
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Healthcare professionals
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      2             Objective 2
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Healthcare professionals,
                    Patients
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      2.1           Strategy 1
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Healthcare professionals,
                    Survey
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      2.2           Strategy 2
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Education,
                    Healthcare professionals
1,2    Genetic      Breast Cancer, Ovarian      2.3           Strategy 3
       Counseling   Cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                    Genetic counseling, Risk
                    Reducation, Survey, Data
                    Analysis, Healthcare
                    Professionals
1,2    Genetic      Cancer, Family history,     3             Objective 3
       Counseling   Genetics, Genetic
                    Counseling, Healthcare
                    professionals
1,2   Genetic      Survey, Cancer, Family       3.1    Strategy 1
      Counseling   history, Genetics, Genetic
                   Counseling, Healthcare
                   professionals


1,2   Genetic      Cancer, Family history,      3.2    Strategy 2
      Counseling   Genetics, Genetic
                   Counseling, Genetic
                   Testing, Healthcare
                   professionals, Education,
                   Awareness
1,2   Genetic      Cancer, Genetics, Family      3.3   Strategy 3
      Counseling   History, Genetic
                   Counseling, Genetic
                   Testing, Survey, Data
                   Analysis, Healthcare
                   professionals
1,2   Genetic      Colon cancer, Colorectal      4     Objective 4
      Counseling   cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                   Genetic Counseling, Risk
                   reduction, Patients, Referral
                   system
1,2   Genetic      Colon cancer, Colorectal    4.1     Strategy 1
      Counseling   cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                   Genetic Counseling,
                   Referral system, Healthcare
                   professionals, Risk
                   reduction
1,2   Genetic      Colon cancer, Colorectal     4.2    Strategy 2
      Counseling   cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                   Genetic Counseling, Risk
                   reduction, Healthcare
                   professionals
1,2   Genetic      Colon cancer, Colorectal      4.3   Strategy 3
      Counseling   cancer, Cancer, Genetics,
                   Genetic Counseling, Risk
                   reduction, Patients, Referral
                   system
1,2   Genetic      Cancer, Genetics, Genetic    5      Objective 5
      Counseling   Counseling, Referral
                   system

1,2   Genetic      Assessment, Cancer,          5.1    Strategy 1
      Counseling   Genetics, Genetic
                   Counseling
1,2   Genetic      Capacity-building, Cancer,   5.2   Strategy 2
      Counseling   Genetics, Genetic
                   Counseling, Referral
                   system

1,2   Genetic      Cancer, Genetics, Genetic    6     Objective 6
      Counseling   Counseling, Referral
                   system
Objective                                       Strategy                                           Yr Created


Objective 1. By June 2010, 50% of women                                                            2005
affected by pre-menopausal breast cancer or
ovarian cancer will have met with a genetics
professional to learn about risk reduction
strategies.

                                                Strategy 1. Establish partnerships between
                                                physicians and genetics professionals to develop
                                                a referral network.




                                                Strategy 2. Inform physicians of genetic
                                                counseling resources.




Objective 2. By June 2010, 80% of primary                                                          2005
care physicians will integrate genetic
counseling and consultation for prophylactic
reduction among high-risk women for breast
and ovarian cancer.

                                                Strategy 1. Survey primary care physicians on
                                                knowledge of prophylactic procedures for breast
                                                and ovarian cancer and integration of genetic
                                                counseling within their practice.



                                                Strategy 2. Educate primary care physicians on
                                                preventing recurrence or occurrence of breast
                                                and ovarian cancer among high-risk women.



                                                Strategy 3. Analyze and report survey results.




Objective 3. By June 2010, 80% of primary                                                          2005
care physicians will incorporate a three-
generation family history to identify persons
for genetics consultation, testing, and
screening for familial cancer.
                                                Strategy 1. Survey primary care physicians on
                                                knowledge of familial cancers and significance of
                                                obtaining a three-generation family history and
                                                ability to integrate genetic counseling within their
                                                practice.
                                                Strategy 2. Educate primary care physicians on
                                                conducting a three-generation family history
                                                appropriately.




                                                Strategy 3. Analyze and report survey results.




Objective 4. By June 2010, 50% of people                                                               2005
affected by early onset colon cancer
(diagnosed < age 50 years) will have met
with a genetics professional to learn about
risk reduction strategies.
                                                Strategy 1. Establish partnerships between
                                                physicians and genetics professionals to develop
                                                a referral network.




                                                Strategy 2. Educate physicians about risk
                                                management strategies.




                                                Strategy 3. Integrate genetic consultation into
                                                practices that involve appropriate referrals.




Objective 5. By June 2010, a genetics                                                                  2005
service network related to cancer genetics,
available to every South Carolina resident
within 50 miles of home, will be established.
                                                Strategy 1. Assess the need for additional genetic
                                                services around the state.
                                                Strategy 2. Identify partners who will assist in
                                                developing additional resources to fund and
                                                establish genetic services.


Objective 6. By June 2010, all major clinical                                                      2005
genetics services providing consultation and
testing for familial cancer will be able to
demonstrate ongoing relationships with
research institutes that are advancing
knowledge in this field.
Data Source   Ind Construction   Indicator Quality (A-C)   Ease of Measure (1-3)


None yet?                        A                         3




                                 B                         2




                                 B                         2




None yet?                        A                         3




                                 A                         3




                                 B                         2




                                 B                         2




None yet?                        A                         3
            A   3




            B   2




            B   2




None yet?   A   3




            C   2




            B   2




            C   3




None yet?   B   3




            C   3
            C   3




None yet?   C   3
Indicator Notes                       History of Changes to   Baseline Yr   Baseline
                                      Indicator

Nice indicator, but what could be
data source for these data?




Needs more details about who the
partnerships would include? ACOS
Centers, etc?




Which physicians (IM, FP, etc?) has
a genetics resource list been
developed?



Needs more details about which
primary care MDs?, etc. (Through
ORS list?)




Nice indicator, but what could be
data source for these data?




which primary care MDs?, etc.
(Through ORS list?)




Report results to whom?




which primary care MDs?, etc.
(Through ORS list?)
which primary care MDs?, etc.
(Through ORS list?)




which primary care MDs?, etc.
(Through ORS list?)




Report results to whom?




Nice indicator, but what could be
data source for these data?




Which doctors and genetics
professionals




Which physicians?, what are the risk
management strategies?




This strategy is unclear--Is it to
integrate the use of appropriate
genetics referrals into practices?



How to measure if network was up
and running and available to all
within 50 miles?,

How will needs be assessed?
What kind of partners?, What kinds
of additional resources could be
identified?


How to demonstrate relationships
(MOAs with research institutes,
active research studies?)
Benchmark Yr   Benchmark   Result Yr   Result   Status
                                                (Accomplished/
                                                Inactive/Active )
Status   Funded           Additional Funded
Notes    Implementation   Implementation Grants
         Grants
Goal       Section Topic               Indicator #

           Awareness
1,2,4      Cancer Health Disparities   Awareness 1 (Note: All Health
           Awareness                   Disparity Objectives and Strategies
                                       came from other sections within
                                       the SCCA Plan; therefore their
                                       number within the Health
                                       Disparities section includes from
                                       what section of the plan they were
                                       pulled from.)

1,2,4      Cancer Health Disparities   Awareness 1.1
           Awareness




1,2,4      Cancer Health Disparities   Awareness 1.2
           Awareness
1,2,4      Cancer Health Disparities   Awareness 1.3
           Awareness

1,2,4      Cancer Health Disparities   Awareness 1.4
           Awareness


1,2,4(?)   Creating Partnerships to    Prevention 1
           Reduce Health Disparities




1,2        Creating Partnerships to    Prevention 1.1
           Reduce Health Disparities



1,2        Creating Partnerships to    Prevention 1.2
           Reduce Health Disparities



1,2        Tobacco                     Prevention 2
1,2,4   Tobacco                   Prevention 2.1



1,2     Tobacco                   Prevention 2.2


1,2,4   Tobacco                   Prevention 2.3



1,2     Healthy Diet              Prevention 3




1,2,4   Healthy Diet              Prevention 3.1

1,2     Healthy Diet              Prevention 3.2



1,2     Physical Activity         Prevention 4




1,2,4   Physical Activity         Prevention 4.1



1,2,4   Physical Activity         Prevention 4.2


1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 1




1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 1.1




1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 1.2


1,2,4   Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 1.3
1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 2




1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 2.1


1,2,4   Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 2.2




1,2,4   Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 2.3




1,2     Breast Cancer Screening   Early Detection 2.4




1,2,4   Cervical Cancer Screening Early Detection 3




1,2,4   Cervical Cancer Screening Early Detection 3.1



1,2,4   Cervical Cancer Screening Early Detection 3.2
1,2,4   Cervical Cancer Screening Early Detection 3.3




1,2,4   Prostate Cancer Screening Early Detection 4




1,2,4   Prostate Cancer Screening Early Detection 5




1,2,4   Prostate Cancer Screening Early Detection 5.1




1,2,4   Prostate Cancer Screening Early Detection 5.2


1,2,4   Prostate Cancer Screening Early Detection 5.3




1,2,4   Oral Cancer Screening      Early Detection 6




1,2     Oral Cancer Screening      Early Detection 6.1




1,2     Oral Cancer Screening      Early Detection 6.1




1,2,4   Oral Cancer Screening      Early Detection 6.1



1,2,4   Reducing Oral Cancer Late Early Detection 7
        Stage Illness
1,2       Reducing Oral Cancer Late Early Detection 7
          Stage Illness



1,2       Reducing Oral Cancer Late Early Detection 7
          Stage Illness


1,2,4,5   Reducing Oral Cancer Late Early Detection 7
          Stage Illness


1,2,4,5   Indigent Cancer Care       Patient Care 1


1,2,4,5   Indigent Cancer Care       Patient Care 1.1

1,2,4,5   Indigent Cancer Care       Patient Care 1.2




1,2,4,5   Indigent Cancer Care       Patient Care 1.3

1,2,4,5   Indigent Cancer Care       Patient Care 1.4

5         Patient Transportation     Patient Care 2

5         Patient Transportation     Patient Care 2.1

5         Patient Transportation     Patient Care 2.2

5         Patient Transportation     Patient Care 2.3

5         Patient Transportation     Patient Care 2.4

1,2,4,5   Secure/Maintain Medicaid Advocacy and Policy 1
          Funding for Breast and
          Cervical Cancer Treatment
1,2,4,5     Secure/Maintain Medicaid Advocacy and Policy 1.1
            Funding for Breast and
            Cervical Cancer Treatment
1,2,4,5     Secure Medicaid Funding   Advocacy and Policy 2
            for Colorectal Cancer
            Treatment


1,2,4,5     Secure Medicaid Funding   Advocacy and Policy 2.1
            for Colorectal Cancer
            Treatment
1,2,4,5     Secure Medicaid Funding   Advocacy and Policy 2.2
            for Colorectal Cancer
            Treatment
1,2,4,5     Secure Medicaid Funding   Advocacy and Policy 2.3
            for Colorectal Cancer
            Treatment
1,2,3,4,5   Cancer Research Needs     Research 1
            Assessment




1,2,3,4,5   Research Education for the Research 2
            Public




1,2,3,4,5   Research Education for the Research 2.1
            Public
1,2,3,4,5   Research Education for the Research 2.2
            Public




1,2,3,4,5   Institutional Support for   Research 3
            Research




1,2,3,4,5   Institutional Support for   Research 3.1
            Research




1,2,3,4,5   Research Infrastructure     Research 4



1,2,3,4,5   Research Infrastructure     Research 4.1

1,2,3,4,5   Research Infrastructure     Research 4.2
Original Plan Location                  Objective



Awareness 1 (Note: All Health           Objective 1. By June 2006, increase public
Disparity Objectives and Strategies     and professional awareness about cancer
came from other sections within the     health disparities and cancer prevention,
SCCA Plan; therefore their number       treatment, and screening.
within the Health Disparities section
includes from what section of the
plan they were pulled from.)


Awareness 1.1




Awareness 1.2

Awareness 1.3



Awareness 1.4




Prevention 1                            Objective 1. By June 2006, develop
                                        collaborative relationships with at least four
                                        statewide and local community and state
                                        entities with similar missions and goals for
                                        physical activity and nutrition policies in
                                        South Carolina.
Prevention 1.1




Prevention 1.2




Prevention 2                            Objective 2. By June 2010, decrease the rate
                                        of tobacco use among adult South
                                        Carolinians (age 18+) from 26% to 12% (SC
                                        BRFSS, 2003).
Prevention 2.1



Prevention 2.2


Prevention 2.3



Prevention 3          Objective 3. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of the SC population that
                      consumes at least five servings of fruits and
                      vegetables from 23.9% to 50% (SC BRFSS,
                      2003).
Prevention 3.1

Prevention 3.2



Prevention 4          Objective 4. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of adults who engage regularly in
                      moderate physical activity for at least 30
                      minutes per day from 24.1% to 30% (SC
                      BRFSS, 2003).
Prevention 4.1



Prevention 4.2


Early Detection 1     Objective 1. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of women age 40+ who have
                      received a clinical breast exam (CBE) within
                      the preceding two years from 77.4% to 82%
                      (SC BRFSS, 2002).
Early Detection 1.1




Early Detection 1.2


Early Detection 1.3
Early Detection 2     Objective 2. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of women age 40+ who have
                      received a mammogram within the preceding
                      two years from 76% to 80% (SC BRFSS,
                      2002).
Early Detection 2.1


Early Detection 2.2




Early Detection 2.3




Early Detection 2.4




Early Detection 3     Objective 3. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of women at risk for cervical
                      cancer (including never/rarely screened* who
                      comprise but are not limited to racial/ethnic
                      minorities, uninsured, age-specific and rural
                      populations) who have received screening
                      services within the preceding three years
                      from 83% to at least 90% (SC BRFSS,
                      2002). * Never/Rarely screened includes
                      women who have never had a Pap test and
                      those who have not had a Pap test in the
                      past five years.
Early Detection 3.1



Early Detection 3.2
Early Detection 3.3




Early Detection 4     Objective 4. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of men newly diagnosed with
                      prostate cancer at the localized stage from
                      72.6% to at least 75%.
Early Detection 5     Objective 5. By June 2010, raise men’s
                      awareness of the need to make informed
                      decisions about screening for prostate
                      cancer.
Early Detection 5.1




Early Detection 5.2


Early Detection 5.3




Early Detection 6     Objective 6. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of oral/pharyngeal cancers newly
                      diagnosed among African-American males
                      at early stage (in-situ or localized) from
                      22.1% to at least 30%.
Early Detection 6.1




Early Detection 6.1




Early Detection 6.1



Early Detection 7     Objective 7. By June 2010, increase the
                      proportion of esophageal cancers newly diag
                      nosed among African-American males at
                      early stage (in-situ or localized) from 20.5%
                      to at least 33%.
Early Detection 7




Early Detection 7




Early Detection 7




Patient Care 1          Objective 1. By 2006, assess and address
                        the magnitude of indigent cancer care to
                        improve access to care.
Patient Care 1.1

Patient Care 1.2




Patient Care 1.3

Patient Care 1.4

Patient Care 2          Objective 2. By 2006, identify and address
                        transportation barriers for cancer patients.
Patient Care 2.1

Patient Care 2.2

Patient Care 2.3

Patient Care 2.4

Advocacy and Policy 1   Objective 1. To secure sustained legislative
                        support to extend Medicaid coverage for
                        treatment of breast and cervical cancer to all
                        indigent women in South Carolina. Through
                        the collaborative efforts of the SCCA, this
                        objective was achieved for FY2006-2007.
Advocacy and Policy 1.1


Advocacy and Policy 2     Objective 2. By June 2007, secure legislative
                          support to extend Medicaid coverage for
                          screening, early detection, and treatment of
                          colorectal cancer to indigent persons.

Advocacy and Policy 2.1


Advocacy and Policy 2.2



Advocacy and Policy 2.3


Research 1                Objective 1. By June 2006, re-publish reports
                          prioritizing cancer research in South Carolina
                          in a hard copy of the Journal of the SC
                          Medical Association. Note: These reports
                          were originally published in a special on-line
                          symposium (July 2005) issue of the journal.
                          This republication will allow comments from
                          the communities/ constituencies involved to
                          be incorporated into the final papers. To our
                          knowledge, this is the first time that
                          community-based participatory research
                          (CBPR) has been part of the process of
                          developing research priorities and strategies.

Research 2                Objective 2. By June 2006, the SCCA will
                          launch/sponsor a public relations campaign
                          to educate the South Carolina public about
                          scientific research and participation in cancer
                          research studies.
Research 2.1
Research 2.2




Research 3     Objective 3. By October 2007, develop a
               core resource that will assist cancer
               researchers with the recruitment, retention,
               and compliance of human subjects into
               cancer research protocols of all types.
Research 3.1




Research 4     Objective 4. By 2008, establish and maintain
               closer partnerships among researchers,
               communities, and community leaders.

Research 4.1

Research 4.2
Strategy                                                          Yr Created Data Source



                                                                  2005




Strategy 1. Collaborate with government agencies, schools of
public health and medicine, community groups, and the faith
community to educate the public and professionals about
topics related to health disparities and cancer. These include:
> The importance of social, economic, and environmental
factors influencing community health;
> The role of behavioral and biological factors in deterring
cancer risk;                             > Types of
interventions and strategies that can reduce the risk for
developing cancer.
Strategy 2. Provide current and accurate information about
cancer prevention and treatment issues.
Strategy 3. Identify best practices for health communication
and interventionsfor minority populations to improve service
delivery strategies and resource allocation.
Strategy 4. Encourage schools of public health and health
sciences (medicine, nursing, etc) to better coordinate
programs and recruitment activities with Historically Black
Colleges and Universities.
                                                                  2005




Strategy 1. Promote policies and legislation that provide safe,
enjoyable, and accessible environments for physical activities
in schools and for transportation and recreation in
communities (i.e., Green Spaces; walking paths).
Strategy 2. Develop collaborative relationships to initiate
programs to promote healthy eating patterns, including the
consumption of recommended quantities of fruits and
vegetables.
                                                                  2005      24.4
Strategy 1. Increase awareness among African-American
men about the dangers of mentholated cigarettes, through
targeted media campaigns.
Strategy 2. Increase local presence and activity in
communities through development of local tobacco coalitions.

Strategy 3. Increase capacity and diversity of local tobacco
coalitions in coordination with the SC Tobacco Collaborative.

                                                                 2005




Strategy 1. Promote adequate nutrition intake among children
and adults, targeting African-Americans.
Strategy 2. Promote the integration of healthy eating habits
within the routine health education given by health care
providers.
                                                                 2005




Strategy 1. Develop partnerships with city planners, and
transportation entities to modify environments and promote
policies that support physically active lifestyles.
Strategy 2. Work with communities and law enforcement
agencies to provide safe, convenient areas to enhance
physical activity.
                                                                 2005




Strategy 1. Promote core competencies in CBE for providers;
integrate CBE materials developed through the Breast and
Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCEDP) into
medical and nursing graduate education, and residency
training programs.
Strategy 2. Identify and address barriers to the
implementation of CBE training for continuing medical
education.
Strategy 3. Collaborate with faith-based organizations, breast
cancer service providers, and community organizations to
recruit women who are rarely or never screened.
                                                                    2005




Strategy 1. Identify data sources in addition to BRFSS to
establish more accurate mammography screening rates in
SC.
Strategy 2. Implement findings from SC research on efficacy
of public education campaigns to promote breast cancer
screening, focusing on groups at highest risk for not being
screened (i.e., small media campaigns; faith-based outreach).

Strategy 3. Collaborate with the Advocacy/Policy Task Force
to seek state funding to extend mammography services
comparable to BCCEDP to uninsured women who do not
qualify for the program.
Strategy 4. Develop a campaign with the SC Medical
Association, SC Nurse’s Association, Physician Assistant
associations, and the Carolina Medical Review to promote
mammography referral for all women 40+ seen by providers
in primary care or internal medicine practices.
                                                                    2005




Strategy 1. Collaborate with faith-based organizations and
community organizations, and other community partners to
disseminate cervical cancer information.
Strategy 2. Collaborate with the Research Task Force to:
> Identify areas/sub-populations who are at highest risk for
not being screened for cervical cancer;
> Utilize community-based participatory research activities
and findings to identify factors contributing to the disparities;
> Adapt and implement evidence-based interventions relevant
to South Carolina’s at-risk population.
Strategy 3. Engage and support community and program
partners in existing cervical cancer screening efforts and
priorities to reach never/rarely screened women for Pap tests.
Program partners can include the Breast and Cervical Cancer
Early Detection Program, Team-Up Project, Witness Project,
Community Networks Program, and other programs as they
are identified.
                                                                 2005




                                                                 2005




Strategy 1. Convene a task force of experts to include African
Americans and community activists to review current national
screening guidelines and make recommendations for
implementation of guidelines for best practice in South
Carolina.
Strategy 2. Add a question to BRFSS to learn what SC males
40+ know about their personal risk for prostate cancer.

Strategy 3. Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public, and especially African-American males,
with evolving science, technology, and guidelines for prostate
cancer.
                                                                 2005




Strategy 1. Collaborate with dental and medical associations
and other health organizations to promote public and
professional awareness of risk factors for oral/pharyngeal
cancer.
Strategy 2. Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public with evolving science, technology, and
guidelines for prevention/ early detection of oral/pharyngeal
cancer.
Strategy 3. Collaborate with faith-based organizations and
community organizations to raise awareness about
oral/pharyngeal cancer.
                                                                 2005
Strategy 1. Monitor ongoing science and research regarding
the early detection and treatment of precursors to esophageal
disease and the possible efficacy of screening/detection
methods for esophageal cancer.
Strategy 2. Support dissemination of new information to
provide the public with evolving science, technology and
guidelines for prevention/ early detection of esophageal
cancer.
Strategy 3. Collaborate with faith-based organizations,
community organizations, and employers in targeted
geographical areas to reach high-risk, African-American
males concerning risk factors.
                                                                  2005


Strategy 1. Conduct a literature review to establish the state
of indigent cancer care.
Strategy 2. Create a workgroup to review and analyze
appropriate and relevant data:      > Collaborate with and
assist the SC Central Cancer Registry (SCCCR) in securing
the appropriate resources to compile the data. > Identify
sources of free care and ascertain related cost and charges.
>Conduct data linkage between Hospital Discharge Data
(1996-2002) and SCCCR incident cases (1996-2001).
> Analyze linked data, report by payer status, race, cancer
type, and stage.
Strategy 3. Identify existing resources in communities to
promote access to care in South Carolina.
Strategy 4. Work with other partners to advocate for a cancer
Medicaid waiver in South Carolina.
                                                                  2005

Strategy 1. Survey radiation oncology centers on issues
related to patient transportation.
Strategy 2. Cultivate networks within communities in order for
them to develop their own transportation solutions.
Strategy 3. Distribute, periodically update, and educate health
care providers on additional transportation resources.
Strategy 4. Re-survey radiation oncology centers routinely to
assess changes.
                                                                  2005
Strategy 1. Educate key legislators and program officials to
maintain support for the coverage.

                                                                    2005




Strategy 1. Research the experiences of other states on
obtaining Medicaid coverage; develop a briefing paper on
issue.
Strategy 2. Educate key legislators and program officials to
gain support for the coverage.

Strategy 3. Explore option of using tobacco tax increase
(excise/sales tax) and/ or Tobacco Settlement funds for the
required state match.
                                                                    2005




                                                                    2005




Strategy 1. Hire pubic relations firm/individual to work with the
SCCA to develop/create the core purposes of the campaign
and its priority messages.                          > Compose
culturally appropriate messages for ethnic/ racial/religious
groups in South Carolina;                                     >
Assure that messages will be understandable to low health
literacy audiences;                                 > Develop
timeline and target areas for campaign rollout;
> Create media pieces for above campaign (radio, TV, print);
> Implement timeline in targeted areas;       > Evaluate
effectiveness of campaign;         > Revise/edit campaign and
rollout to rest of state.
Strategy 2. Create a model recruitment campaign that
capitalizes on the statewide generic campaign above, which
can be used by a variety of research disciplines in cancer
control.                                 > Determine
effective messages and culturally appropriate methods of
communicating research information;          > Offer research
seminars at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
(HBCUs) in South Carolina to raise research awareness and
increase interest in pursuance of cancer research careers
among minorities;          > Make research findings available
for dissemination through community-based organizations
and outreach projects (posters, brochures, etc.).

                                                                   2005




Strategy 1. Build on existing resources, and create new core
competencies to assist basic science researchers, clinician
scientists, and population-oriented researchers with recruiting
human subjects into a variety of studies.                    >
Promote recruitment into cancer research protocols of all
types through outreach projects, community health initiatives,
and telephone surveys.                          > Determine
the demographic characteristics of people participating in
clinical trials across the state.                              >
Increase by 15% the number of minorities participating in
cancer clinical trials.        > Increase by 15% the number of
cancer screening, prevention, and treatment clinical trials that
target African-Americans.
                                                                   2005



Strategy 1. Develop and encourage relationships with
community gatekeepers.
Strategy 2. Establish a caucus of community members,
gatekeepers, and researchers to address community
problems and expand knowledge related to cancer research
and control.
Ind Construction   Indicator Quality (A-C)   Ease of Measure (1-3)   History of Changes to
                                                                     Indicator




22.3
Baseline Yr   Baseline Benchmark Yr   Benchmark   Result Yr   Result   Status
                                                                       (Accomplished/
                                                                       Inactive/Active )




              22.5                                                     SC BRFSS
21.2   SC BRFSS




51.5   SC BRFSS




       SC BRFSS
SC BRFSS




SC BRFSS




SC BRFSS
Status Notes   Section Goal   Funded Implementation Grants



               Awareness




               Prevention




25.5
22.3




54.6




       Early Detection
Patient Care




Advocacy and
Policy
Research
Additional Funded Implementation Grants
Grant_Title                                                       Start       End
Cancer Collaborative-8 counties                                        7/1/05    6/30/06

Cancer Collaborative-8 counties                                       7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative-8 counties                                       7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative-8 counties                                       7/1/05     6/30/06


Cancer Collaborative-Greenville & Pickens                             7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative-Greenville & Pickens                             7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative-Greenville & Pickens                             7/1/05     6/30/06

Cancer Collaborative-Greenville & Pickens                             7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative-Greenville & Pickens                             7/1/05     6/30/06
Colorectal Cancer (Cherokee) & Prostate Cancer (Union)                7/1/05     6/30/06
Colorectal Cancer (Cherokee) & Prostate Cancer (Union)                7/1/05     6/30/06
Colorectal Cancer (Cherokee) & Prostate Cancer (Union)                7/1/05     6/30/06
Colorectal Cancer (Cherokee) & Prostate Cancer (Union)                7/1/05     6/30/06
Colorectal Cancer (Cherokee) & Prostate Cancer (Union)                7/1/05     6/30/06
Prostate Cancer in Lancaster County                                   7/1/05     6/30/06
Prostate Cancer in Lancaster County                                   7/1/05     6/30/06
Prostate Cancer in Lancaster County                                   7/1/05     6/30/06
Smoking Cessation in Newberry County                                  7/1/05     6/30/06
Smoking Cessation in Newberry County                                  7/1/05     6/30/06
Smoking Cessation in Newberry County                                  7/1/05     6/30/06
Smoking Cessation in Newberry County                                  7/1/05     6/30/06
Smoking Cessation in Newberry County                                  7/1/05     6/30/06

Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06

Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06


Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06
Cancer Collaborative in Florence, Darlington & Dillon Counties        7/1/05     6/30/06

Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06
Tobacco Cessation in Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties       7/1/05     6/30/06


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Region 7 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 7 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 7 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09

Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09

Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09
Region 8 Mini Grant Project                                                       7/1/08   6/30/09



Region 1-Sun Safety, Community Gardens, Body and Soul                             7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 1-Sun Safety, Community Gardens, Body and Soul                             7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 1-Sun Safety, Community Gardens, Body and Soul                             7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 1-Sun Safety, Community Gardens, Body and Soul                             7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 1-Sun Safety, Community Gardens, Body and Soul                             7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10


Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 2- School Gardens, CRC, CEG, Tobacco Cessation, Informed Decision Making   7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 3-Nutrition, PA, Body and Soul, FESMM                                      7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 3-Nutrition, PA, Body and Soul, FESMM                                      7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 3-Nutrition, PA, Body and Soul, FESMM                                      7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 3-Nutrition, PA, Body and Soul, FESMM                                      7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10


Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 4- CA Coalition, CEG, FESMM, Promotion of Cancer Screenings, etc....       7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 5- Cancer Prevention, CEG, Body and Soul, PA                               7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 5- Cancer Prevention, CEG, Body and Soul, PA                               7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 5- Cancer Prevention, CEG, Body and Soul, PA                               7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 5- Cancer Prevention, CEG, Body and Soul, PA                               7/1/09   6/30/10


Region 6- Breast Cancer, Nutrition, PA, Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, etc…      7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 6- Breast Cancer, Nutrition, PA, Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, etc…      7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 6- Breast Cancer, Nutrition, PA, Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, etc…      7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 6- Breast Cancer, Nutrition, PA, Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, etc…      7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10


Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety                                                         7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 7- CMH, Sun Safety               7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 8- Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 8- Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM   7/1/09   6/30/10
Region 8- Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM   7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 8- Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM   7/1/09   6/30/10

Region 8- Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM   7/1/09   6/30/10
Grant_Type                      Grant_Recipient                    Grant_Project_Leader Region
Regional Cancer Control Grant   8 counties                                              Region 1

Regional Cancer Control Grant   8 counties                                              Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   8 counties                                              Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   8 counties                                              Region 1


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Greenville, Pickens                                     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Greenville, Pickens                                     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Greenville, Pickens                                     Region 2

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Greenville, Pickens                                     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Greenville, Pickens                                     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Cherokee, Union                                         Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Cherokee, Union                                         Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Cherokee, Union                                         Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Cherokee, Union                                         Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Cherokee, Union                                         Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Lancaster                                               Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Lancaster                                               Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Lancaster                                               Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Newberry                                                Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Newberry                                                Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Newberry                                                Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Newberry                                                Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Newberry                                                Region 3

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Florence, Darlington, Dillon                            Region 4

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester                        Region 7


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                           Misty Pearson        Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson         Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Page Rogers           Region 2 East
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Page Rogers           Region 2 East
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Page Rogers           Region 2 East

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall           Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.     Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.     Region 3


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.      Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.      Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.      Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.      Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Floyd E. Bell Jr.      Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                               Region 4
                                                Derrick Mims/Linda Johnson

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice         Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice          Region 5

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                               Region
                                                Regina Nesmith/Covia Stanley 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                               Region
                                                Regina Nesmith/Covia Stanley 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                               Region
                                                Regina Nesmith/Covia Stanley 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                               Region
                                                Regina Nesmith/Covia Stanley 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                               Region
                                                Regina Nesmith/Covia Stanley 6

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                                Region 7
                                                John Simlovich/Karen Hill
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8        Matt Petrofes           Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8        Matt Petrofes          Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson          Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson          Region 1


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson          Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1        Misty Pearson          Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 East   Page Rogers            Region 2 East
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 East   Page Rogers            Region 2 East
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 East   Page Rogers            Region 2 East

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall            Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall            Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall            Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall            Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2 West   Lillie Hall            Region 2 West
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Suzanne Henson         Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3        Suzanne Henson         Region 3

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4        Tricia Collins         Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice          Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice          Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5        Barbara Grice          Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6        Unandi Ward            Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6        Unandi Ward            Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill     Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill     Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill     Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Gerri Lester   Region 8

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Gerri Lester   Region 8

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Gerri Lester   Region 8


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                  Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                  Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                  Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                  Region 1

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1                  Region 1


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2                  Region 2

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3                  Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3                  Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3                  Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3                  Region 3




Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4                  Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                  Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5                   Region 5


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                   Region 6


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                   Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                   Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                   Region 6

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6                   Region 6

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7                   Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8                   Region 8



Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1   Misty Pearson   Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1   Misty Pearson   Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1   Misty Pearson   Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1   Misty Pearson   Region 1
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 1   Misty Pearson   Region 1

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers     Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers       Region 2


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers       Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers       Region 2
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 2   Page Rogers       Region 2

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3   Suzanne Sanders   Region 3
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3   Suzanne Sanders   Region 3

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3   Suzanne Sanders   Region 3

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 3   Suzanne Sanders   Region 3

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 4   Lori Phillips     Region 4

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5   Barbara Grice     Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5   Barbara Grice     Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5   Barbara Grice     Region 5
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 5   Barbara Grice     Region 5


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6   Regina Nesmith    Region 6

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6   Regina Nesmith    Region 6

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6   Regina Nesmith    Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 6   Regina Nesmith    Region 6
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7


Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill        Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 7   Karen Hill    Region 7
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Geri Lester   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Geri Lester   Region 8
Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Geri Lester   Region 8

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Geri Lester   Region 8

Regional Cancer Control Grant   Region 8   Geri Lester   Region 8
Grant_Counties
8 counties (note: 7 counties in region 1)

8 counties
8 counties
8 counties


Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens

Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Cherokee, Union
Cherokee, Union
Cherokee, Union
Cherokee, Union
Cherokee, Union
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Newberry
Newberry
Newberry
Newberry
Newberry

Florence, Darlington, Dillon

Florence, Darlington, Dillon


Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Florence, Darlington, Dillon

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester


Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield


Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Union, Cherokee
Union, Cherokee
Union, Cherokee

Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens


Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York


Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale

Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale

Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda


Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Union, Cherokee
Union, Cherokee
Union, Cherokee

Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Greenville, Pickens
Richland, Lexington, Fairfield
Richland, Lexington, Fairfield

Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington
Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington
Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington
Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington
Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington


Clarendon, Sumter, Dillon, Florence, Darlington
Bamberg
Bamberg
Bamberg
Georgetown, Williamsburg
Georgetown, Williamsburg
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Beaufort

Beaufort

Beaufort


Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield

Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield


Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens

Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York




Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale

Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry


Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

Beaufort, Jasper

Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper



Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda

Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville


Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville
Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville

Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell


Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester


Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester

Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper
Beaufort, Jasper

Beaufort, Jasper

Beaufort, Jasper
Amount    Summary_Scope_of_Work
   50,062 Cancer education; FOBT and PSA testing




           Tobacco cessation; tobacco education/cessation program
           development, "Risky Business" lifestyle education; train the
    56,457 trainer in "Put a Rainbown on your Plate"




    36,868 FOBT/Colonoscopy and PSA testing




     6,415 Prostate cancer awareness & PSA testing


     9,953 Smoking cessation training for healthcare providers




           CEG Train the trainer; CEG education, prostate, breast,
    35,880 cervical, FOBT cancer screening




           Smoking cessation training for providers; smoking cessation;
    44,688 restaurant smoking policy survey




           Body & Soul, CEG, CRC awareness, Sun safety
    35,000 education/policy development
35,000 Prostate screening, cervical screening


       Smoking cessation, smokefree, CEG, Risky Business, 5-a-
35,000 Day, CRC meeting,




35,000 CRC awareness, CEG, CRC screening




35,000 Breast and prostate education/screening, Body & Soul




       Breast and prostate screening, CEG, Color Me Healthy,
35,000 prostate screening education
35,000 Body & Soul, prostate screening, cancer prevention education




       Smoking cessation, Body & Soul, Policy in schools, obesity
35,000 surveillance




35,000 Obesity surveillance



35,000 CRC education, CEG, Safe in the Sun




35,000 Prostate and cervical education/screening


       Prostate, colorectal and breast prevention and education;
35,000 Tobacco counseling




35,000 CRC education/screening

       Breast, cervical, prostate and colorectal education and
35,000 screening; CEG




35,000 Prostate and breast education/screening


35,000 Prostate awareness/screening
35,000 Sun safety awareness/education, smoking cessation


       Coalition to address obesity/cancer; educate teachers on the
35,000 issue




       "Safe in the Sun" education/policy promotion; "Body and
25,000 Soul" lifestyle education, train the trainer in "FESMM"




       TA re: tobacco policy development, education & awareness;
       "Safe in the Sun" education/policy promotion; CRC
25,000 awareness via Shop Talk and March Madness




       CRC awareness via Shop Talk/March Madness,train the
25,000 trainer in "Shop Talk"



       Coordinate coalition, "CEG", "FESMM", and "Color Me
       Healthy" education, smoking cessation counseling training for
       healthcare providers, coordinate with smoke-free campaigns,
25,000 survey cancer screening providers re: services




       Establish educational team; needs assessment to prioritize
       health needs; "Body and Soul" and "Color Me Healthy"
25,000 lifestyle education; screening event
       Lifestyle (incl. "Body and Soul"), smoking cessation and
25,000 prostate/breast cancer screening education; prostate screening




       Lifestyle education and train the trainer, anthropometric
25,000 measures, healthcare provider training in lifestyle education




       Collect and publish BMI data by county; train schools in
25,000 anthropometric data collection




       Sun safety policy development and environmental approaches;
20,000 community gardens, "Body & Soul" education




       Community garden, CRC awareness via 2nd Annual Colon
20,000 Cancer Walk, CEG education, prostate screening
       Nutrition and Physical activity promotion and policy
20,000 development; Body and Soul, FESMM




       Coordinate R4 Coalition; CEG; FESMM; promote CA
20,000 screening; smoking cessation training for providers




       CEG; Body & Soul; Promote environmental access to PA
20,000 opportunities in communities



       Breast and prostate cancer education, nutrition, PA, tobacco
       prevention & cessation, Body and Soul, FESMM, M.E.S.S.,
20,000 Sun Safety




20,000 CMH, Sun Safety
20,000 Safe in the Sun, CMH, FESMM
Project_Component


1600 adults educated re: prostate, breast, cervical and colorectal cancer
104 CRC screenings (FOBT with referral process for abnormals)
232 prostate screenings (PSA and rectal exam)



48 individuals counseled in tobacco cessation
23 worksites (12000 emps; 2900 smokers) in process of developing tobacco education/cessation programs

4 worksites (1050 emps) implemented "Risky Business" program
75 nurses/lay health ministers trained as trainers in"Put a Rainbow on your Plate" program

42 CRC screenings (FOBT)
16 CRC screenings (colonoscopy)
86 prostate screenings (PSA)
226 prostate screenings (PSA)

Developed partners/Distributed prostate awareness materials to 40 businesses' employees/customers
85 prostate screenings (PSA with referral process)

36 healthcare providers trained in tobacco cessation counseling/referral (w/ educ. materials)
Set up smoking cessation referral system
230 tobacco cessation referrals




19 trained as trainers in "Cancer Education Guide"


200 trained in "Cancer Education Guide"
200 breast screenings
100 prostate screenings
100 cervical screenings
Colorectal screening (FOBT distributed)


DHEC staff trained as trainers in tobacco cessation counseling
99 additional staff members trained in tobacco cessation counseling
777 tobacco cessation counseling guidelines distributed to providers
18 healthcare providers trained in tobacco cessation counseling
63 counseled in tobacco cessation
Restaurant survey on tobacco policy
Worksite cessation classes
Workplace smoke-free policies being advocated
7 churches implement Body and Soul


30 new coordinators to be trained in CEG
CRC Lunch and Learn for 50 state employees
6 sun safety puppet shows
50 daycare professionals to be trained in sun safety
3 daycare sites to implement sun safety policy

2 prostate screening events for 350+ men (60% AA)
10 education sessions to church groups


Tobacco cessation education to 5 businesses/community groups
Implement 1 Dedicate to Quit cessation series
TA to 5 businesses/community agencies on smoking policy and/or program development
Update smokefree dining guides, distribute 1000 as pocket guides


Risk factor education at 5 worksites using CEG,Risky Business program
2 community groups receive training in 5 A Day
Conduct an upstate meeting on issues related to CRC resources/screening
Recruit 3 partners to refer to GFPs cessation support group

CRC awareness multimedia campaign


10 CEG trainings
Lunch and learn with State Employees on new CRC screening guidelines/cancer coverage
CME sessions on CRC screening and increasing referrals for 50+
Presentation at SC GI Association Annual Meeting
3 free Saturday cancer screening clinics for uninsured


Conduct 25 breast/prostate screening educational events to reach 250+ AA 40+
Develop flyers of breast/prostate screening opportunities
3 breast screening events to include 100 screening mams and 10 diagnostic mams
3 prostate screening events to include 100 PSA tests
Train task force members in Body & Soul
Taskforce members educate church members
Use to promote annual luncheon



Use BCN materials to promote self-breast exams, mammograms and PSA screenings
Expand prostate screening effort with Real Men Checking It Out


Conduct CEG training
Conduct 2 train the trainer workshops, Train 4 daycares & 4 churches in Color Me Healthy
Media message campaign/distribute materials re: positive behavior
Educate 30+% AA men in 5 targeted churches/3 masons lodges re prostate CA, nutrition, PA, tobacco


3 churches adopt Body & Soul Program
2 prostate cancer screening events with 30-50 men screened or referred
Train Head Start staff in Color Me Healthy 5-2-1-0
Implement Color Me Healthy 5-2-1-0


Train 10 businesses in "ALA Freedom from Smoking"
60% of trained businesses will host 2 cessation series
Partner with 8 churches to become "Body & Soul" partners
Conduct 1 "Body & Soul" intervention with 50%+ of the congregation
50% of "Body & Soul" partners will develop one nutrition/PA policy change
Hold conference with teachers in Jasper county to develop a wellness policy
Provide materials and TA throughout the year for these teachers


Provide school nurses with computer software to track ht/wt for students in grades 3,5,8


Provide CRC education programs in worksites


Provide CEG programs in churches and worksites
Provide sun safety programs for students and teachers in public schools

Provide prostate education/screening in churches
Provide cervical education in churches


Provide prostate prevention and education programs
Provide colorectal prevention and education programs
Provide breast prevention and education programs
Provide tobacco cessation counseling programs

Provide CRC education and screening


Provide breast education/screening
Provide cervical education/screening
Provide prostate education/screening
Provide colorectal education/screening


Provide CEG education

Provide breast education/screening
Provide prostate education/screening

Provide prostate awareness/screening
Provide sun safety awareness/education in preschools
Provide smoking cessation programs



Organize a coalition to address obesity and cancer

Educate teachers in school district on the issues




Train 30 childcare providers in "Safe in the Sun" policy/practice guidelines
3 daycares will implement or update "Safe in the Sun" policies
Train 8 churches in "Body and Soul" curriculum

Train 50 community organizations on "FESMM module" presentation



Provide TA to 10 businesses on tobacco policy development, education/awareness
Train 50 childcare providers in sun safety
3 daycares will implement or update sun safety policies
Identify a coach champion for March Madness CRC Campaign
Develop a billboard campaign for March Madness
Hand out buddy bracelets at one local college game
Develop a billboard campaign for CRC prevention and Shop Talk


CRC awareness multi media campaign via Shop Talk/March Madness
1 train the trainer event for Shop Talk initiative
CRC awareness event at one local HS or college game




Coordinate R4 CA Coalition to meet quarterly


Conduct 25 CEG trainings to reach 250 AA 40+

Train 250 family members in "Families Eating Smart"/"Moving More" programs


Promote availability of known cancer screening events
Promote training providers to do/refer for tobacco cessation counseling
Support local smoke free ordinance initiatives
Train 12 daycares in "Color Me Healthy" nutrition program
Survey regional cancer screening providers re: their services
Establish a team to deliver education
Use community assessment data to determine priority needs
Convene partners to prioritize health priorities and establish action strategies
Implement "Body and Soul" curriculum in at least 2 churches in each county
Conduct at least 1 Train the trainer for "Color Me Healthy" nutrition program

Implement Father's Day Screening Program




25% of AA men in 5 targeted churches receive lifestyle/prostate cancer information
Conduct cancer screening events in Georgetown and Williamsburg counties
2 of 5 churches will adopt "Body and Soul" program

25% of AA women in 5 targeted churches receive lifestyle/breast cancer information


Train appropriate Head Start staff in "5+-2-2-0" and "Color Me Healthy"
Head Start staff will train 1600 children and parents in "CMH"
Obtain 2 height, weight, BMI measures on all HS children
50% of Head Start sites will host a "5+-2-2-0" and "CMH" parent meeting
Create "5+-2-1-0" healthcare provider tool kit
Pilot toolkit with 2 healthcare providers
Debrief and strategize to expand awareness re: childhood obesity
10 schools will become "School-based Worksite Wellness" partners
School partners will develop worksite wellness plan (includes 3+ CA prev/screen)
50% of school will partners complete Mod. 7: Health Promotion for Staff of School Health Index



Collect BMI data on 85% of grades 3,5, and 8 in Beaufort and Jasper counties
Analyze BMI data
Publish BMI data by county
Present BMI trend data at annual Wellness Conference for 200 participants
Promote wellness policy among conference participants
Discuss state of the art strategies/provide support networks/resources for participants
Provide 2 professional trainings in Beaufort/Jasper for 60 pre-school teachers
Provide curriculum/materials for "Color Me Healthy" and "FESMM" at 2 professional trainings
Provide TA for all 60 training participants




2 daycares to implement or update sun safety policies
Develop landscape plans for 2 daycares to increase shade protection
Develop 10 community gardens
3 AA churches to implement "Body & Soul"


Develop 1 community garden in Cherokee for elementary kids and college students
Conduct CRC awareness via 2nd Annual Colon Cancer Walk


Train the trainer in CEG
Work with Greenville businesses to implement tobacco cessation/policy development
Prostate screenings


Assist 10 churches to implement "Body & Soul"

Assist 10 churches to implement "FESMM"

Provide TA to at least 5 churches/worksites to implement health policies re: PA/nutrition


Coordinate R4 CA Coalition to meet quarterly


Conduct 25 CEG trainings to reach 250 AA 40+

Train 250 family members in "Families Eating Smart"/"Moving More" programs
Promote availability of known cancer screening events
Promote training providers to do/refer for tobacco cessation counseling
Support local smoke free ordinance initiatives


Train at least 1 church in each county to conduct "Body and Soul" program
Participating churches will implement policies to serve healthy food and improve access to healthy foods
Support policy and environmental changes that improve physical activity



25% of AA men and women in 5 targeted churches receive information about breast and prostate cancer,
nutrition, physical activity and tobacco prevention and cessation

3 of 5 churches will adopt Body and Soul, FESMM, MESS programs
12 of 15 daycares will adopt "Safe in the Sun" program


All new Tri-county DHEC staff will be trained in delivering 5'-2-1-0 and Color Me Healthy

All children enrolled in the CDI Head Start of the Tri-county will have 2 height, weight and BMI measures

The 5-2-1-0 Healthcare provider Tool Kit will be created

At least 2 child healthcare providers/practices will have piloted the 5-2-1-0 Healthcare provider Tool Kit
Broaden relationships with Color Me Healthy and 5-2-1-0 project partners to share successes, discuss
challenges and exchange ideas to expand awareness around childhood obesity, chronic disease and cancer
prevention
100 preschool/daycare instructors will be trained in Safe in the Sun
50% of trained instructors will have presented the Safe in the Sun: 52 Weeks of Sun Safety Activities to at least
10 children, reaching a total goal of 1000 child/parent
At least 4 preschool/daycare sites will adopt a policy addressing sun safety

Train 27 teachers in 10 Head Start facilities to reach 420 children on "Safe in the Sun"
At least 4 of the 10 facilities will adopt a sun-safety policy
Train 30 elementary teachers in "Safe in the Sun" and "Eat Smart/Move More" at Wellness Conference to reach
potentially 600 children

Train 40 daycare providers (from 6+ daycares; 12+ classes) in "Color Me Healthy" and "FESMM"
Indicators_Addressed                                        Project_Type

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.7, Obj 2; Obj 3; Obj 4;
Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5                    Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.7                       Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat. 6.4 and 6.5              Cancer screening



Prevention: Obj.; Strat. 1.4a                               Tobacco cessation counseling
Prevention: Obj.; Strat. 1.4a                               Tobacco cessation program development
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                               Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4.2; Obj. 5 and Strat. 5.1                 Cancer prevention train the trainer

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                         Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                         Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening

Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Partner building/Information distribution
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening

Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                     Tobacco cessation train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                             Establish referral process
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                             Tobacco cessation counseling referrals



Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.7, Obj 2; Obj. 2.3; Obj
3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5          Cancer education train the trainer

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5    Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3                             Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.3                         Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                         Cancer screening


Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                     Tobacco cessation train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                     Tobacco cessation train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                     Tobacco cessation information dissemination
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                     Tobacco cessation train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                             Tobacco cessation counseling
Prevention: Strat. 1.6a; Obj. 3, Strat. 3.1                 Restaurant survey
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                             Tobacco cessation counseling
Prevention: 1, Strat. 1.6a-d; Obj. 3; Strat 3.1             Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5;                                              Cancer prevention education

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer prevention train the trainer
                                                          Cancer screening education
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                 Cancer prevention events
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                 Cancer prevention education
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                 Policy development/change re cancer prevention

Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening education


                                                            Tobacco cessation counseling
                                                            Tobacco cessation counseling
                                                            Policy development/change re cancer prevention
                                                            Policy development/change re cancer prevention

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer prevention and screening education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1        Cancer prevention education
                                                          Needs assessment/planning
                                                          Tobacco cessation counseling

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                 Community-based cancer awareness event

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5    Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                 Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                 Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                 Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                 Cancer screening

Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3; Obj. 6; Strat. 6.4;
Strat. 6.5                                                  Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3                             Develop health promotion materials
Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3                             Cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1          Cancer prevention education train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1          Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1          ???


Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3; Obj. 6; Strat. 6.4;
Strat. 6.5                                                  Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                  Cancer screening

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1        Cancer prevention train the trainer
???                                                       Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 1; Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Obj. 5.1;
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                Cancer prevention and screening education


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention education


Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                            Tobacco cessation train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a                            Tobacco cessation counseling
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Technical assistance

Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Obj. 6.5                                                Obesity surveillance


                                                           Cancer screening education

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                 Cancer prevention education

Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.3                        Cancer screening education and cancer screening


Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening education, screening???
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                        Cancer screening education, screening???
Early Detection: Obj. 2 and 3                              Cancer screening education, screening???
                                                           Tobacco cessation counseling

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                        Cancer screening education and cancer screening


Early Detection: Obj. 2 and 3                              Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.3                        Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.7                        Cancer screening education and cancer screening

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education

Early Detection: Obj. 2 and 3                              Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening education and cancer screening

Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                 Cancer screening education and cancer screening
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                    Cancer prevention education
                                                             Tobacco cessation counseling


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                Coalition coordination
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                Cancer prevention education




Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                        Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                        Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1           Cancer prevention education train the trainer
Prevention: Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj. 6; Strat.
6.5                                                          Cancer prevention education train the trainer



Prevention: Obj. 1; Obj. 3; Strat. 3.1                       Technical assistance
Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                        Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                        Cancer prevention education train the trainer
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Media campaign development
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Media campaign development
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Community-based awareness event
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Media campaign development


Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Community-based cancer awareness event
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Cancer screening education train the trainer
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7                  Community-based cancer awareness event




None                                                         Coalition coordination

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education
Prevention: Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj. 6; Strat.
6.5                                                        Cancer prevention education

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5     Cancer screening information distribution
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                      ???? Providing or promoting training?
Prevention: Obj. 1; Obj. 3; Strat. 3.1                       Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1           Cancer prevention education
Early Detection: 1.3; 1.4a (?)                               Healthcare provider survey
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Team-building
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Needs assessment/planning
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Needs assessment/planning
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Cancer prevention train the trainer
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Strat 6.4
and 6.5                                                    Community-based cancer awareness event/screenings




Prevention: Obj. 1; Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat
5.1; Obj. 6; Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5    Cancer prevention and screening education
???                                                        Cancer screening
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 1; Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat
5.1; Obj. 6; Early Detection: Obj. 2 and 3                 Cancer screening


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Cancer prevention train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1         Anthropometric data collection
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Curriculum development
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Cancer prevention train the trainer pilot
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Needs assessment/planning
???                                                        Program development
???                                                        Program development
???                                                        Cancer prevention train the trainer


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.
6; Obj. 6.5 Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.
Prevention:                                                Obesity surveillance
6; Obj. 6.5 Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.
Prevention:                                                Obesity surveillance
6; Obj. 6.5
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Obesity surveillance
6; Obj. 6.5                                                Obesity surveillance
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Professional training
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Brainstorming
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Professional training
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2; Obj. 5; Strat. 5.1; Obj.   Curriculum distribution
6; Obj. 6.5                                                Technical assistance




Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                  Cancer prevention education train the trainer
                                                           Environmental approach to PA
                                                           Gardening
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1         Cancer prevention education


                                                           Gardening
                                                               Community-based cancer awareness event

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education train the trainer
                                                          Tobacco cessation counseling/policy change
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5                Cancer screening


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1             Cancer prevention train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Cancer prevention train the trainer
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Policy development/change re cancer prevention


                                                               Coalition coordination

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat.
2.3; Obj 3; Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5 Cancer screening education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                             Cancer prevention education
                                                          Information distribution re: cancer screening
                                                          Tobacco cessation train the trainer
                                                          Smoke-free advocacy


Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1             Cancer prevention train the trainer
                                                               Policy development/change re cancer prevention
                                                               Policy development/change re cancer prevention




                                                               Cancer prevention/screening education
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Cancer prevention education
Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                          Cancer prevention education

Prevention:     Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Cancer prevention train the trainer
Prevention:     Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Obesity surveillance
Prevention:     Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Curriculum development
Prevention:     Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Piloting cancer prevention curriculum

Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5                                                  Needs assessment/planning
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                      Cancer prevention education

Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                      Cancer prevention education
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                  Policy development/change re cancer prevention

Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5; Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5
Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj.
6; Strat. 6.5;
Project_Venue                              #_Served       Unit                 Project_Counties


Churches, senior centers, civic centers          1,600 individuals             8 counties
Churches, senior centers, civic centers            104 individuals             8 counties
Churches, senior centers, civic centers            232 individuals             8 counties



Community health center and partners                48 individuals             Greenville and Pickens
Worksites                                           23 worksites               Greenville and Pickens

Worksites                                            4 worksites               Greenville and Pickens
Nurses and lay health ministers                     75 individuals             Greenville and Pickens

Indigent patient population                         42    individuals          Cherokee
Indigent patient population                         16    individuals          Cherokee
Not described                                       86    individuals          Cherokee
Not described                                      226    individuals          Union

Worksites in AA communities                         40 worksites               Lancaster
Churches                                            85 individuals             Lancaster

Healthcare centers                                  36    individuals          Newberry
Healthcare centers                                  36    Referral processes   Newberry
Healthcare centers                                 230    individuals          Newberry
                                                     0    hospital             Newberry



Individuals, AA focus                               19 Individuals             Florence, Darlington, Dillon


Individuals; AA focus                              200    Individuals          Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Individuals, AA focus                              200    Individuals          Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Individuals; AA focus                              100    Individuals          Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Individuals; AA focus                              100    Individuals          Florence, Darlington, Dillon
Individuals; AA focus                                     Individuals          Florence, Darlington, Dillon


DHEC staff                                                individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
DHEC staff                                           99   individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Healthcare providers (primary care, allergy, dental)777   individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Healthcare providers (primary care, allergy, dental) 18   individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Individuals                                          63   individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Restaurants                                               survey report        Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Worksites                                                 individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Worksites                                                 worksites            Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Churches                              Churches, individualsAnderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic


Community members                     Individuals          Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
State employees                       Individuals          Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
Kids events                                                Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
                                      Puppet shows, individuals
Daycares                              Individuals          Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
Daycares                              Daycares             Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic

Community events                      Events, individuals Union, Cherokee
Churches                              Churches, individualsUnion, Cherokee


Businesses; community groups                               Greenville, Pickens
                                      Businesses, individuals
Community members                     Event, individuals Greenville, Pickens
Businesses; community agencies        Businesses/agencies Greenville, Pickens
Community members                                          Greenville,
                                      Updated guide, pamphlets dist. Pickens


Work                                                       G
                                      Worksites, individuals reenville, Pickens
Community groups                                           Greenville,
                                      Community groups, individuals Pickens
Community partners                    Meeting              Greenville, Pickens
Community partners                    Partners             Greenville, Pickens

Community-wide                        Campaign coverage Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,


Community groups                      Trainings, individualsChester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
State employee meetings               Individuals           Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
CME educational sessions                                    Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
                                      CME sessions, individuals
SC GI Annual Meeting                                        Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
                                      Presentation, individuals
Community events to reach uninsured   Individuals           Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
                                                            Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling

Community events for AA 40+           events, individuals   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
n/a                                   flyer                 Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Community events                      events, individuals   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Community events                      events, individuals   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Community members                     individuals           Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Churches                              individuals           Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
???                                   ???                   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling



Community members                     individuals           Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Community members                     individuals           Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


Community members                     individuals       Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Daycares, churches                    individuals       Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Community-wide                        campaign coverage Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
              AA men in churches, masonic lodges   individuals          Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


              Churches                             churches, individuals Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
              Community members                    events, individuals Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
              Head Start staff                     individuals           Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
              Head Start children                  individuals           Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry


              Businesses                                                 Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
                                                   businesses, individuals
              Businesses                           series, individuals Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
              Churches                             churches              Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
              Churches                             individuals           Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
              Churches                             policy                Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
              Schools                              policy                Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
              Schools                              individuals           Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester


              Schools                              software             Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester


              Worksites                            individuals          Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend


              Churches and worksites               individuals          Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
              Schools                              individuals          Oconee, Anderson, Saluda

              Churches                             individuals          Union, Cherokee
              Churches                             individuals          Union, Cherokee


                                                   individuals          Greenville, Pickens
                                                   individuals          Greenville, Pickens
                                                   individuals          Greenville, Pickens
                                                   individuals          Greenville, Pickens

cancer screening                                   individuals          Richland, Lexington, Fairfield


cancer screening                                   individuals          Clarendon, Sumter
cancer screening                                   individuals          Clarendon, Sumter
cancer screening                                   individuals          Clarendon, Sumter
cancer screening                                   individuals          Clarendon, Sumter


                                                   individuals          Dillon, Florence, Darlington

cancer screening                                   individuals          Bamberg
cancer screening                                   individuals          Bamberg

cancer screening                                   individuals          Georgetown, Williamsburg
Daycares                                            individuals          Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
                                                    programs/individuals Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester



Community partners                                  coalition            Beaufort

Schools                                             schools              Beaufort


                                                                         Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
Daycares                                            individuals          Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
Daycares                                            daycares             Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic
Churches                                            churches             Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic

Community org, PTAs, churches, daycares             individuals          Anderson, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormic


                                                                       Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Businesses; community groups                                           Cherokee,
                                                    businesses/community groups Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Daycares                                            daycares           Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Daycares                                            daycares           Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Basketball fans                                                        Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Basketball fans                                                        Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Basketball game attendees                                              Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
Region wide                                                            Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens

                                                                         Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
Beauty/barbor shop clients; b-ball game attendees   media coverage       Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
Beauty/barbor shop employees                        individuals          Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
Beauty/barbor shop clients; b-ball game attendees   event                Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,




                                                                         Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
n/a                                                 coalition meetings   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling


African americans aged 40+                          individuals          Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling

Families                                            individuals          Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling


Medically underserved                                                  C
                                                    summary of promotion hesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Healthcare centers                                  ???                Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Smoke-free organizer groups                                             support
                                                    summary of advocacyChesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Daycares                                            individuals        Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Healthcare centers                                  survey report      Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling


                                                                         Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
n/a                                                 partnership         Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
n/a                                                                     Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
                                                    needs assessment/planning
n/a                                                                     Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
                                                    needs assessment/planning
Churches                                            individuals         Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
Daycares                                            individuals         Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale

Men                                                 event/screenings        Calhoun, Orangeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


                                                                            Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry


AA men in churches                                  individuals             Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
AA men in churches                                  individuals             Williamsburg, Georgetown
AA in churches                                      individuals             Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

AA women in churches                                individuals             Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

                                                                        Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Head Start staff                                    individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Head Start children and parents                     individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Head Start children                                 individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Head Start parents                                  individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Healthcare centers                                  individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Healthcare centers                                  individuals         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
n/a                                                                     Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
                                                    needs assessment/planning
Schools                                             partnership         Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Schools                                             wellness plan       Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Schools                                                                 Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

                                                                            Beaufort, Jasper

Students in grades 3, 5, and 8 in Jasper/Beaufort   individuals             Beaufort, Jasper
Students in grades 3, 5, and 8 in Jasper/Beaufort   data analysis results   Beaufort, Jasper
Community                                           data report             Beaufort, Jasper
Elementary/middle school teachers                   individuals             Beaufort, Jasper
Elementary/middle school teachers                   individuals             Beaufort, Jasper
Elementary/middle school teachers                   summary                 Beaufort, Jasper
Pre-school teachers                                 individuals             Beaufort, Jasper
Pre-school teachers                                 individuals             Beaufort, Jasper
Pre-school teachers                                 individuals             Beaufort, Jasper



                                                                         Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
Daycares                                            policy               Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
Daycares                                            landscape plans      Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
Communities                                         gardens              Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
AA churches                                                              Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend
                                                    churches/and individuals?


Elementary kids/college students                                         C
                                                    gardens & participants herokee
Community wide                event                Spartanburg


Community organizations       individuals          Greenville
Worksites                     individuals          Greenville
Not described                 individuals          Cherokee

                                                   Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
Churches                                           Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
                              churches/and individuals?

Churches                                           Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,
                              churches/and individuals?

Churches/worksites            churches/worksites   Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland,

                                                   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
n/a                           coalition meetings   Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling


African americans aged 40+    individuals          Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling

Families                      individuals        Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Medically underserved                            C
                              summary of promotion hesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Healthcare centers            ???                Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling
Smoke-free organizer groups                       support
                              summary of advocacyChesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darling

                                                   Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
Churches                                           Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
                              churches/and individuals?
Churches                      Policy changes       Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
Not described                                      Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell
                              Policy/environtal changes




AA churches                   individuals          Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry

AA churches                   churches             Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry
daycares                      daycares             Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry


                                                   Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

                                                   Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

                                                   Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

                                                   Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley



Daycares                      individuals          Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley

Daycares                      individuals          Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
Daycares             daycares      Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley
                                   Beaufort, Jasper
Daycares             individuals   Beaufort, Jasper
Daycares             daycares      Beaufort, Jasper

Elementary schools   individuals   Beaufort, Jasper

Daycares             individuals   Beaufort, Jasper
              Project_Notes



              13 positive




              28 participants from CHC; 20 from other partners
              23 worksites: 12,000 employees (2900 smokers)

              4 additional worksites: 1050 employees
              75 trained to educate others

              42 FOBT of 200 distributed
              1of 16 had colorectal cancer
              8 abnormal PSAs
              1/2 were AA


              22 elevated PSAs, 1 prostate CA, men said wives/daughters made come in; awareness extended to businesses catering to women
              1.5 year term
              36 providers in 8 centers

              Cessation program able to reduce fee by 50% to improve access
              Partners continue work w/ hospital to establish smoke-free campus



rlington, Dillon


rlington, Dillon
rlington, Dillon
rlington, Dillon
rlington, Dillon
rlington, Dillon


arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
              18 staff in 5 offices
              223 referred; 63 took classes; 49 successfully quit
              50% completion rate to date
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield


aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield




field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York


field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon



angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


g, Georgetown, Horry
g, Georgetown, Horry
g, Georgetown, Horry
g, Georgetown, Horry


arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester


arleston, Dorchester


erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda


erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda




xington, Fairfield




nce, Darlington




 Williamsburg
arleston, Dorchester
arleston, Dorchester




aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield
aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield

aurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Saluda, McCormick, Edgefield


partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens
partanburg, Greenville, Union, Pickens

field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York




 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale
angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale

angeburg, Aiken, Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale


g, Georgetown, Horry


g, Georgetown, Horry
g, Georgetown
g, Georgetown, Horry

g, Georgetown, Horry

Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley




 erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
 erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
 erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
 erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
 erson, Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Edgefiend, Saluda
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York
field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

field, Lancaster; Lexington, Newberry, Richland, York

 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon


 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon
 Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington, Florence, Sumter, Clarendon

amberg, Barnwell
amberg, Barnwell
amberg, Barnwell
amberg, Barnwell




g, Georgetown, Horry

g, Georgetown, Horry
g, Georgetown, Horry


Dorchester, Berkeley

Dorchester, Berkeley

Dorchester, Berkeley

Dorchester, Berkeley



Dorchester, Berkeley

Dorchester, Berkeley
Dorchester, Berkeley
tering to women
Grant_Title                                     Start End          Grant_Type                  Grant_Recipient
Prevention-Smoke free facilities                 1/1/06 6/30/06    SCCA Implementation Grant   Prevention Task Force
Patient Care-Clinical trials education           1/1/06 6/30/06    SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
Patient Care-Indigent care study                 1/1/06 6/30/06    SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
Advocacy/Policy-Colorectal screening coverage    1/1/06 6/30/06    SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy Task Force
Special Olympics Sun Safety                      7/1/06 6/30/07    Special Olympics            Prevention Task Force
Colorectal cancer screening coverage             7/1/06 6/30/07    SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy Task Force
Colorectal cancer screening coverage             7/1/06 6/30/07    SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy Task Force
Colorectal cancer screening coverage             7/1/06 6/30/07    SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy Task Force

"Rage Aginst the Haze" Promotion                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
"Rage Aginst the Haze" Promotion                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
"Rage Aginst the Haze" Promotion                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
"Rage Aginst the Haze" Promotion                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Cancer Education Guide training                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force

Cancer Education Guide training                 7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Early Detection Task Force

Cancer Education Guide training                 7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Early Detection Task Force

Cancer Education Guide training                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
Professional education-Tobacco cessation        7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Prevention Task Force
Professional education-Tobacco cessation        7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Prevention Task Force
Professional education-Tobacco cessation        7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Prevention Task Force

Brochure update "Reduce Cancer Risk"            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force
Brochure update "Reduce Cancer Risk"            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force
Brochure update "Reduce Cancer Risk"            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force


SCCA Providers/Resource Network                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
SCCA Providers/Resource Network                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
SCCA Providers/Resource Network                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
SCCA Providers/Resource Network                 7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force

Statewide Patient Navigation Network            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Statewide Patient Navigation Network            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Statewide Patient Navigation Network      7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Statewide Patient Navigation Network      7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force

"Project Bank" cancer resource database   7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
"Project Bank" cancer resource database   7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
"Project Bank" cancer resource database   7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Cigarette tax increase campaign           7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Cigarette tax increase campaign           7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Cigarette tax increase campaign           7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces

Clinical Trials Recruitment program       7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Clinical Trials Recruitment program       7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Clinical Trials Recruitment program       7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces
Clinical Trials Recruitment program       7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy/Policy and Prevention Task Forces

CRC screening database                    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
CRC screening database                    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
CRC screening database                    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
CRC screening database                    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force

SC Pain Initiative Program                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
SC Pain Initiative Program                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
SC Pain Initiative Program                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
SC Pain Initiative Program                7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force

Professional education-Prostate cancer    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
Professional education-Prostate cancer    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
Professional education-Prostate cancer    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force
Professional education-Prostate cancer    7/1/06   6/30/07   SCCA Implementation Grant   Early Detection Task Force

Survivorship "care plans"                 7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Survivorship "care plans"                 7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Survivorship "care plans"                 7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Survivor & Family Issues Task Force

Smoke-free Columbia                       7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force
Smoke-free Columbia                       7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force
Smoke-free Columbia                       7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force
Smoke-free Columbia                                            7/1/06   6/30/07 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention Task Force

Continuation of Cancer Education Guide                         7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Addendum to the Livestrongt Survivorship Notebook              7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Campaign                           7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Increase Cigarette Tax by $.93                                 7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant

Hold a Cancer Survivorship Confreence in SC                    7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
SC Pain Initiative                                             7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Education healthcare providers on cancer practice guidelines   7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Sun Safety Practices                                           7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Smoke -free SC                                                 7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Prostate Cancer Educational Event for AA Men in SC             7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Cancer Disparities Dialogue                                    7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
Cancer Information Clearinghouse/Database                      7/1/07   6/30/08   SCCA Implementation Grant
SC Pain Initiative                                             7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant

                                                               7/1/08
Breast and Cervical Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas: Spanish CEG        6/30/09 SCCA Implementation Grant
Statewide Patient Navigation Program                           7/1/08   6/30/09 SCCA Implementation Grant

Hold a Cancer Survivorship Confreence in SC                    7/1/08   6/30/09 SCCA Implementation Grant

Families Eating Smart, Moving More Additional Packages         7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
Mammography Registry                                           7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant   University of South Carolina
Sun Safety Practices                                           7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
Smokefree SC                                                   7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
CRC Workgroup Funding                                          7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
Witness Project Expansion into SC                              7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
African American Men and Prostate (AAMAP) Phase II             7/1/08   6/30/09   SCCA Implementation Grant
Palliative Care                                                7/1/09   6/30/10   SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
Patient Navigation Network                                     7/1/09   6/30/10   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force
Cancer Resource Guide                                          7/1/09   6/30/10   SCCA Implementation Grant   Survivor & Family Issues Task Force

Cancer Education Guide                                         7/1/09   6/30/10 SCCA Implementation Grant     Early Detection/Prevention Task Forces
Smoke Free SC                                                  7/1/09   6/30/10 SCCA Implementation Grant     Prevention/Advocacy & Policy Task Forces

Evaluation of the SCCA-Cancer Plan Implementation              7/1/09   6/30/10 SCCA Implementation Grant     MUSC Hollings Cancer Center
SC Pain Initiative           7/1/09   6/30/10 SCCA Implementation Grant   Patient Care Task Force
SCCA Educational Briefings   7/1/09   6/30/10 SCCA Implementation Grant   Advocacy & Policy Task Forces
Grant_Project_Leader   Region      Grant_Counties   Amount
                       Statewide   All               26,500
                       Statewide   All                4,974
                       Statewide   All                5,000
                       Statewide   All                9,500
                       Statewide   All                4,950
                       Statewide   All                5,400
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All

                       Statewide   All                5,000
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All               18,510

                       Statewide   All

                       Statewide   All

                       Statewide   All
                                                     12,000
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All

                       Statewide   All                5,000
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All


                       Statewide   All                4,500
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All
                       Statewide   All

                       Statewide   All                8,360
                       Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                    1,500
Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All                   12,400
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                    6,050
Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                    3,625
Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                   23,950
Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                    3,125
Statewide   All
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Statewide   All                    3,080
Statewide   All
Statewide   All

Columbia    Richland, Lexington    7,500
Columbia    Richland, Lexington
Columbia    Richland, Lexington
              Columbia    Richland, Lexington

                                                23,600
                                                 4,000
                                                30,000
                                                14,000

                                                15,000
                                                15,600
                                                 1,800
                                                 2,000
                                                 5,000
                                                 3,500
                                                10,000
                                                 5,500
              Statewide   All                   15,000

              Statewide   All                   10,346
              Statewide   All                    6,000

              Statewide   All                    1,500

              Statewide   All                      500
Swann Adams   Statewide   All                   13,500
              Statewide   All                    1,500
              Statewide   All                    8,668
              Statewide   All                   19,000
              Statewide   All                    8,700
              Statewide   All                   14,454
              Statewide   All                    2,000
              Statewide   All                    5,000
              Statewide   All                   10,000

              Statewide   All                    7,780
              Statewide   All                    8,612

Tony Alberg   Statewide   All                   14,889
Statewide   All   10,000
Statewide   All    1,719
Summary_Scope_of_Work
Smoke free facilities (need more detail)
Clinical trials education (need more detail)
Indigent care study (need more detail)
Colorectal screening coverage (need more detail)
Sun safety (need more detail)
Advocate for CRC coverage; Increase CRC insurance coverage


Train youth advocates in "Rage Against the Haze"; Increase media
coverage & legislative supporters



Implement Cancer Education Guide trainings




Produce and distribute tobacco cessation packet for providers



Update "reduce cancer risk" brochure; develop new partners to distribute


Expand "Lion in the House" cancer resources network; develop SCCA
networking resource brochure/marketing plan/ use network partners to
promote cancer plan objectives



Develop statewide navigation program; develop training and train
navigators
Develop web-based database of state cancer projects and mechanism to
update and promote database


Advocate to increase SC sales tax on cigarettes, track legislature


Establish professional clinical trials network, develop and use clinical trials
promo materials



Create and market interactive CRC resources directory; develop webcasts
to promote screening



Develop & marketcancer pain initiative website, conduct pain meetings,
attend pain conferences/trainings



Fund national speaker for SC Family Practice meeting and promote
meeting



Develop/promote program to address QOL issues, attend national
survivorship conferences/trainings


Smoke-free media campaign, increase supporters, website to track
supporters/volunteers
SC Pain Initiative

Breast and Cervical Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas: Spanish CEG
Statewide Patient Navigation Program

Hold a Cancer Survivorship Conference in SC

Families Eating Smart, Moving More Additional Packages
Mammography Registry
Sun Safety Practices
Smokefree SC
CRC Workgroup Funding
Witness Project Expansion into SC
African American Men and Prostate (AAMAP) Phase II
Provide cost of speakers/trainers for 1-day Palliative Care Conference
Patient navigator network
Cancer resource guide (need more detail)

Cancer education guide (need more detail)
Smoke free SC (need more detail)

Evaluation of the SC Cancer Plan
SC pain initiative (need more detail)
SCCA educational briefings (need more detail)
Project_Component
Smoke free facilities
Clinical trials education
Indigent care study
Colorectal screening coverage
Sun safety

Advocate for passage of SC legislation requiring compliance with screening standards
Increase number of insurers covering CRC screening


Conduct Youth Tobacco Prevention Advocacy Training Event
Increase number of trained youth advocates
Increase media coverage & # of legislative supporters


Hire project coordinator (SCCA employee-Part time)

Conduct 50 CEG community trainings

Conduct 3 facilitator trainings (2 english; 1 spanish)

Produce new tobacco cessation packet for MDs (promoting PHS guidelines, Quitline, CME credits)
Distribute information to 2000 SC family practitioners


Update "reduce cancer risk" bruchure
Develop new avenues/partnerships for dissemination



Expand "Lion in the House" cancer resources network
Develop SCCA networking resource brochure and marketing plan
Utilize network partners to promote cancer plan objectives


Develop statewide network of patient navigation programs
Develop curriculum of patient navigator training, standards and evaluation
Conduct 2 lay navigator training sessions


Develop web-based databank of state cancer projects
Develop mechanism for data gathering, updating and promotion

Conduct paid media campaign re: cigarette tax increase
Develop legislative tracking capacity for SCCA website


Establish professional clinical trials network
Develop clinical trials promotional materials (lay/profession)
Complete at least 1 presentation to healthcare professionals


Create interactive SCCA webbased CRC Resource Directory
Market to healthcare providers and public; publicize capacity data
Develop 2 webcasts to enhance professional education about screening


Hire project coordinator (SCCA employee-Part time)
Develop SCPI webbase information brochure and marketing plan
Conduct 4-5 meetings/year and attend national conferences/trainings


Provide national speaker (prostate cancer) for SC Family Practice Meeting
Provide marketing plan/materials to promote meeting
Distribute SCCA promotional and educational materials at meeting


Develop and promote program for addressing QOL issues
SCCA involvement in national survivorship conference/training


Conduct media campaign (magazine, radio, promo materials)
Increase # of endorsers and petition signers
Create website to track supporters/volunteers

Continuation of Cancer Education Guide
Addendum to the Livestrongt Survivorship Notebook
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Campaign
Increase Cigarette Tax by $.93

Hold a Cancer Survivorship Confreence in SC
SC Pain Initiative
Education healthcare providers on cancer practice guidelines
Sun Safety Practices
Smoke -free SC
Prostate Cancer Educational Event for AA Men in SC
Cancer Disparities Dialogue-
Cancer Information Clearinghouse/Database-funded process of capturing data to put in resource guide
SC pain initiative

Breast and Cervical Cancer Ed/Screening for Latinas: Spanish CEG;
Statewide Patient Navigation Program;

Hold a Cancer Survivorship Conference in SC;

Families Eating Smart, Moving More Additional Packages;
Mammography Registry
Sun Safety Practices;
Smokefree SC;
CRC Workgroup Funding;
Witness Project Expansion into SC;
African American Men and Prostate (AAMAP) Phase II;
Provide cost of speakers/trainers for 1-day Palliative Care Conference
Patient navigator network
Cancer resource guide

Cancer education guide
Smoke free SC

Evaluation of the SC Cancer Plan
SC pain initiative
SCCA educational briefings
Indicators_Addressed                                                 Project_Type
                                                                     Smoke free facilities
                                                                     Clinical trials education
                                                                     Indigent care study
                                                                     Colorectal screening coverage
Prevention: Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5                                Sun safety

                                                                     Policy development/change re cancer prevention
                                                                     Policy development/change re cancer prevention


                                                                     Policy development/change re cancer prevention
                                                                     Policy development/change re cancer prevention
                                                                     Policy development/change re cancer prevention

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5                          Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5                          Cancer screening education
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5                          Cancer screening education train the trainer

Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                              Tobacco cessation information dissemination
Prevention: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.4a and 1.5                              Tobacco cessation information dissemination


                                                                     Cancer prevention information dissemination
                                                                     Cancer prevention information dissemination



                                                                     Cancer survivor information dissemination
                                                                     Cancer survivor information dissemination
                                                                     Cancer survivor information dissemination


                                                                     Patient navigation network building
Curriculum development
Patient navigation training


Cancer survivor information dissemination
Cancer survivor information dissemination

Policy development/change re cancer prevention
Policy development/change re cancer prevention


Network building
Clinical trials education materials development
Clinical trials education


Cancer screening information distribution
Cancer screening information distribution
Cancer screening information distribution


Cancer survivor information dissemination
Cancer survivor information dissemination
Cancer survivor information dissemination


Funding conference speakers/trainers
Promote conference re: cancer screening
Promote conference re: cancer screening


Program development
Attend national conferences/trainings in survivorship


Smoke-free advocacy
Smoke-free advocacy
                                                                         Smoke-free advocacy
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5

Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat. 1.6 and 1.7
Prevention: Obj. 1;
Survivor & Family: Obj. 6; Strat. 6.1 and 6.2; Obj. 7; Strat. 7.1;
Obj. 11; Strat. 11.1; Obj. 12; Obj. 12.1
Patient Care: Obj. 1A; Strategies 1A.1--1A.4
Patient Care: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.1
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5

Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5
???
Survivor & Family: Obj. 3 and Strat. 3.1
Patient Care: Obj. 1A; Strategies 1A.1--1A.4                          Initiative development
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5
                                                                      Network building
Survivor & Family: Obj. 6; Strat. 6.1 and 6.2; Obj. 7; Strat. 7.1;
Obj. 11; Strat. 11.1; Obj. 12; Obj. 12.1                              Conference

Prevention: Obj. 4; Strat. 4.2, Obj. 5.; Strat 5.1; Obj. 6; Strat. 6.5
                                                                         Mammography registry development
Obj. 7; Strat 7.3 and 7.5
                                                                         Advocacy
                                                                         Needs assessment/planning
Early Detection: Obj. 2; Obj. 3.; Strat. 3.2
Early Detection: Obj. 6; Strat 6.4 and 6.5
Patient Care: 1E.5                                                    Funding conference speakers/trainers
Survivor & Family: Obj. 1; Obj. 5                                     Network building
Survivor & Family: Obj. 3; Strat. 3.1; Obj. 4; Strat. 4.1
Early Detection: Obj. 1; Strat 1.6 and 1.7, Obj 2; Strat. 2.3; Obj 3;
Obj 4; Strat. 4.3; Obj. 6, Strat 6.4 and 6.5
Prevention: 1, Strat. 1.6a-d; Obj. 3; Strat 3.1
Prevention: Strat. 7.1; Early Detection: Strat. 1.2, 1.3 and 3.1;
Health Disp: Strat. 2.1                                               Evaluation project
Patient Care: Obj. 1A; Strategies 1A.1--1A.4
Project_Venue                    #_Served Unit




SC legislators                            legislative action
Insurance carriers                        # of insurers w/ CRC coverage


Youth                                     trainings
Youth                                     individuals
SC legislators; media coverage            SC legislators; campaign coverage


Statewide                                 employee hire

Statewide                                 trainings

Statewide                                 trainings

Statewide                                 material development
Statewide                                 packet distribution


Statewide                                 updated brochure
Statewide                                 new partnerships; # distributed



Statewide                                 ???
Statewide                                 brochure, marketing plan
Statewide                                 ???


Statewide                                 network
Statewide   curriculum
Statewide   trainings, individuals


Statewide   databank
Statewide   procedures

Statewide   campaign coverage
Statewide   database


Statewide   network
Statewide   promo materials
Statewide   trainings, individuals


Statewide   interactive website
Statewide   marketing campaign, individuals
Statewide   webcasts


Statewide   employee hire
Statewide   website and marketing plan
Statewide   meetings, conferences, trainings


Statewide   speaker
Statewide   marketing plan/materials
Statewide   materials distributed

Statewide
Statewide   program
Statewide   conferences attended


Columbia    campaign coverage
Columbia    individuals
Columbia                         website




Statewide                        initiative

Hispanic women
Statewide                        network

Statewide                        conference

Families
Statewide                        registry
Individuals
Statewide                        legislative action
Statewide                        summary of planning results
Statewide
AA men
Statewide conference             conference
Statewide network for patients   network
Statewide

Statewide
Statewide

Statewide                        evaluation report
Statewide
Statewide
Project_Counties   Project_Notes
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All                $ 4,974 requested; don't know funding amt
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