In this course, you will :
- Recognize the significance of preventing cancer rather than treating it.
- Recognize the relationship between business and corporate practises and public health.
- Be aware of risk-reduction strategies and healthy lifestyle choices, and be able to promote them.
- Be able to use this information to influence public health by reducing cancer diagnoses at the macro and micro levels.
- Less Cancer Leaders
- Congressional Leadership in Cancer Prevention Efforts
- Vaping, E-cigarettes, and Tobacco Interventions
- Pancreatic screening and cysts
- Disparities & Inequities in Cancer
- Self-advocacy, Integrated Care, and Healthy Habits
- Healthy Town Initiatives Panel-Fauquier Virginia
- Infection associated risks (HPV, HepB, H Pylori, HIV, COVID)
- PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkylated substances) and regulatory compliance
- Environmental Panel