Funding: 264,412 Duration: August 8, 2011 February 7, 2013 In brief: This project will increase awareness and improve education about HPV prevention, screening and vaccination among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal girls breast and women in the Yukon.
Members of the Inuit, Métis, and First Nations saskatoon populations were trained as performers and educators free to produce a breast series of performances that promoted messages on cancer.Information in this compendium is expected to contribute to an increase in cancer screening rates among underserved women.Partners: BC Cancer Agency; Canadian Cancer Society BC Yukon Division; Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation BC/Yukon Chapter; BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre; Canadian Breast Cancer Network; First Nations Breast Cancer Society; reduction reduction Life Quilt for Breast Cancer Society; Abreast In A Boat Society; Vancouver Hospital and.Partners: Government of Nunavut Department of Education; Government of Nunavut Health and Social Services; Canadian Breast Cancer Network; Qikiqtani Inuit Association; Canadian Cancer Society; Royal Purple of Canada; Ottawa Health Services Network Inc.Funding: 61,185 Duration: September 13, 2007 September 12, 2008 In brief: This project improved awareness and access to education and information through: the development of Breast Self Examination messaging; education presentations on early detection and screening for breast and cervical cancer for Aboriginal women; Aboriginal-specific.Cancer Prevention Network Erie. Clair: Your Health Matters.
Partners: Congress of National Seniors reduction Organizations; Canadian Coalition for Seniors Mental reduction Health; National Advisory Council on Aging; Canadian Mental surgery Health Association; Health Promotion Division-Veterans Affairs; Canadian Ethnocultural Council; Manitoba Network of Psychogeriatric english Program Specialists; Older Persons Mental Health and Addictions Network; Nova Scotia Senior Citizens.
Alliance des communautés culturelles pour légalité des femmes dans la santé et les services sociaux : Global Health of Women from Ethnocultural Communities (Québec) Lead/Recipient: The Alliance des communautés culturelles pour l'égalité dans la santé et les services sociaux (ACCÉSSS) promotes accessible and culturally appropriate.Ontario Breast Cancer Exchange Partnership: Peer Navigation Program for Chinese-Speaking Breast Cancer Patients (Ontario) Lead/Recipient: The Ontario Breast Cancer Exchange Partnership reduction is a member of a national group of networks that work to enhance capacity for action on breast turbinate cancer and women's health.Through the cover project, a DVD on cancer prevention was produced with the reduction involvement of immigrant and Aboriginal community microphone contacts; ohip these contacts participated in the focus group filming, script coblation critique, filming, workshop, video launch, and dissemination into gear the community to ensure cultural sensitivity and effectiveness.New Brunswick Breast Cancer Information Partnership Inc: Building on our Strengths.The project created training microphone materials; held training sessions to educate health professionals and the community at large; produced brochures targeted at immigrant women; and conducted events to increase cancer screening among reduction immigrant women.Partners: Provincial and Territorial Breast Cancer Networks and organizations; Ovarian Cancer Canada; Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Society of Alberta.Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia: Breast Cancer Network Nova Scotia: Collaboration to Increase Capacity wind in the Nova Scotia Breast Cancer Community.Project activities included: the creation of an e-health web-based portal and social networking website for brca-positive women in Canada; the development and dissemination of an information and awareness booklet about the brca gene; and the implementation of peer support honda group leadership training for brca-positive women.Arctic Health Research Network - Yukon: Increasing Education and Awareness of HPV in the Yukon (Yukon) Lead/Recipient: The Arctic Health Research Network's mandate is meaningful engagement of Northerners in health research focused on Northern health priorities, with results contributing to lasting health improvements. This will be done through public education sessions to raise awareness of resources and services, and provide tools to train community workers to support wind women with cancer.
Funding: 174,345 Duration: October 12, 2010 September 30, 2012 In brief: This project is developing wind and piloting a "Healing Through Art" support program for NWT breast cancer patients who are undergoing diagnosis, treatment and follow-up.
Funded Projects for BC Cancer Foundation c/o BC/Yukon Women's Cancer Information and Support Alliance: Moving Forward: New Beginnings with Information and Support in Breast and Gynaecologic Cancers (British Columbia and Yukon) Lead/Recipient: The BC/Yukon Women's Cancer Information and Support Alliance is a newly-formed network expanded.
Funding: 300,000 Duration: June 3, 2009 March 31, 2010 In brief: This project aimed to reduce incidence in cervical cancer and reduce mortality in breast, cervical and colorectal cancers by increasing participation rates in these three cancer screening programs.
Funding: 264,005 Duration: May 14, 2009 September 30, 2010 In brief: This project developed a compendium breast of best and promising practices to encourage participation in screening for populations of women who are seldom screened or who have never been screened for breast, cervical, and colorectal.