Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program
The Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and its partnership arm, the Wisconsin Cancer Council, work to engage public, private and community partners to develop, implement and promote a statewide approach to cancer control.
The vision is for a healthier Wisconsin by reducing the impact of cancer.
Field experience students have the opportunity to work with the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program on implementing cancer control related topics including:
- Prevention: Using policy, systems and environmental change for obesity prevention, HPV vaccine use, alcohol policy, sun/UV safety
- Screening: Promoting breast, cervical and/or colorectal screenings
- Treatment: Promoting clinical trials, patient navigation in Wisconsin
- Survivorship: Survivorship care plans, survivorship forum planning
- Data collection: Implementation of the Wisconsin Cancer Care Survey, writing Wisconsin Cancer Issue Briefs
Interests not listed here can be discussed and explored to determine how it fits within the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program's mission and priorities.