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2014–2015 annual report to Congress, Federal agencies and prevention stakeholders, including a special update on recommendations to prevent cancers
  • Published Date:
    June 2015
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF - 2.35 MB]


Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Community Preventive Services Task Force (U.S.) ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Task Force on Community Preventive Services (U.S.)
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    About the Community Preventive Services Task Force -- Purpose of Task Force Recommendations -- Partnering for a Purpose -- How Communities, Organizations, and Businesses Use Task Force Recommendations. . -- How the Task Force Contributes to the Prevention of Cancers -- Important “Evidence Gaps” and Needs Related to Cancers and Task Force Efforts to Fill those Gaps -- Current Task Force Recommendations in Other Topic Areas Where the Task Force Has Issued Recommendations -- How the Task Force Sets Priorities for Future Reviews -- Accomplishments Since the Last Report to Congress -- What’s Ahead for the Task Force in 2015 -- Appendix A. The Utility of Community Preventive Services -- Appendix B. List of Current Task Force Members -- Appendix C. The Work of the Community Preventive Services Task Force . -- Appendix D. Official Task Force Liaison Agencies and Organizations -- Appendix E. List of Task Force Recommendations and Other Findings. . . -- Appendix F. Community Preventive Services Task Force and the U.S. Preventive -- Services Task Force -- Appendix G. The Community Guide in Action: Examples of Communities Using Task Force Findings and Recommendations -- Appendix H-1. Evidence Gaps and Needs Identified for Task Force-Recommended Cancer Interventions -- Appendix H-2. Evidence Gaps Identified in Cancer Topic Reviews for Which There was Insufficient Evidence to Determine Effectiveness -- Appendix I. What Works: Evidence-Based Interventions for Your Community.

    In this 2014–2015 Annual Report to Congress, the Community Preventive Services Task Force (Task Force) helps to build the evidence base for public health programs, policies, and services. This report includes past accomplishments and lays out future priorities and plans. The Task Force features its work in strengthening our nation's ability to prevent cancers—all-too-common illnesses that place a great burden on individuals, their families, places of work, communities, and our healthcare system. The report also includes areas where more research and programs are needed to prevent and reduce cancers.

    The Community Preventive Services Task Force is an independent, nonpartisan, nonfederal, unpaid 15-member panel of public health and prevention experts appointed by the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its members represent a broad range of local, state, and national research, practice, and policy expertise in community preventive services, public health, health promotion, and disease prevention.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides “ongoing administrative, research, and technical support for the operations of the Task Force.”

    Suggested citation: 2014–2015 Annual Report to Congress, Federal Agencies and Prevention Stakeholders, including a Special Update on Recommendations to Prevent Cancers. Community Preventive Services Task Force. June 2015.

    Earlier reports entitled: Community Preventive Services Task Force ... annual report to Congress and to agencies related to the work of the Task Force.

    CS251222

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