Digital storytelling combines narration, images, sound, video, and technology to create a short movie. Participants give voice to their passion and meaningful experiences as they exercise their power to write and create their own personal narrative.
ANTHC Cancer Program services and publications.
Read the new “Comprehensive Cancer Plan for the Alaska Tribal Health System: 2011-2017” and learn about other ANTHC Cancer Program activities and publications.
The ANTHC CRC Control Program works to increase CRC screening among Alaska Native people. We partner with regional tribal health organizations to provide screening services, provider and community health education, and systems and policy improvements throughout the state.
For colorectal health education materials including digital stories, interactive games, radio PSAs, and a whole lot more check out this web resource. Materials were developed by Tribal Community Health Representatives in the Southwest. The Tribal Colorectal Health Program is part of the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center.
Provides cancer information and support services. In some areas of the country, ACS has a special program to support American Indian and Alaska Native people.
Provides accurate and up-to-date cancer information.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) A comprehensive resource for health information.
Researches the role of diet and nutrition in the prevention and treatment of cancer. AICR offers a variety of information for people to eat and live in healthy ways.
Helps people face the many challenges of a cancer diagnosis. Provides free telephone education workshops.
A community based, American Indian, non-profit resource to reduce cancer incidence and mortality among Alaska Native and American Indian men and women.
A resource center providing cancer and non-cancer related materials to healthcare professionals and people involved in the education, care and treatment of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
The Prevent Cancer Foundation advocates and supports the prevention and early detection of cancer through research, education, advocacy and community outreach.
Here, you can find out your risk of developing five of the most important diseases in the United States and get personalized tips for preventing them.
Read what Community Health Aides/ Practitioners (CHA/Ps) and other people involved with cancer education have shared about cancer education courses, materials, and ways to support their learning. Listed are the titles of published peer-reviewed articles that share the words, stories, and experiences of people involved with CHA/P cancer education. Thank you for allowing us to be part of this collaborative learning journey.