The Georgia Cancer Summit on January 21, 2022, will bring together public health professionals, health care providers, health policy advocates, researchers, and community organizations involved in community-engaged cancer research, prevention, and control efforts across the state.
This free virtual meeting is designed to:
- Broaden your knowledge of evidence-based programs for cancer prevention and control.
- Share information on advocacy and other efforts to reduce cancer disparities in Georgia.
- Provide opportunities to network and develop new partnerships for community-engaged research and dissemination of effective programs.
The Georgia Cancer Summit is offered free of charge by Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Georgia Cancer Control Consortium, Georgia CORE and the Georgia Department of Public Health, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, Georgia Health Policy Center, Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center, and Morehouse School of Medicine.
Be on the lookout for registration information soon.