The Peer-to-Peer Learning project strategies involve leadership and workforce development, data and information systems, and partnerships. Year Two activities are designed as a follow-up to the in-person Peer-to-Peer training held in Atlanta, GA in June 2019 for the grantees of the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) and the Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP). The Peer-to-Peer training included expert speakers, trainers, and opportunities for programs to share and teach about their successful partnerships and Evidence-Based Interventions (EBI) use with health systems. For more information about the training, see Year 1 tab. The Year 2 Peer-to-Peer activities are based, in part, on the evaluation of the June 2019 training, and input from a planning committee of state, tribal, and Pacific Island Jurisdiction (PIJ) grantees. All year two activities are web-based only and grantees participate virtually in live webinars and video conferences through the Zoom platform.
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