Screening Promotion and Communication Materials

The following Screening Promotion and Communication Materials are a great resource to educate and promote screening among urban American Indian and Alaska Native people. All materials are available in Adobe PDF formats. Modifiable template materials are also available for download in their original Microsoft Office program format (i.e. Publisher).

Female – Screening Awareness Poster (PDF) – 11 x 17
Female – Screening Awareness Poster (PDF) – 11 x 17
Updated: September 6, 2011

A female version of the popular screening awareness poster, with room to add personalized organizational contact information for your programs! (Sept 2011)

Female – Screening Awareness Poster (PDF) – 18 x 24
Female – Screening Awareness Poster (PDF) – 18 x 24
Updated: September 6, 2011

A female version of the popular screening awareness poster, with room to add personalized organizational contact information for your programs. (Sept 2011)

Female – Screening Awareness Postcard (PDF)
Female – Screening Awareness Postcard (PDF)
Updated: September 6, 2011

A female version of the popular screening awareness postcards. (Sept 2011)

Male – Screening Awareness Postcard
Male – Screening Awareness Postcard
Updated: September 6, 2011

A male version of the popular screening awareness postcards. (Sept 2011)

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Cookies
Cancer Awareness Ribbon Cookies
Updated: September 6, 2011

Tips for creating ribbon cookies for a fun and educational outreach activity. (Sept 2011)

Saturday or Evening Screening
Saturday or Evening Screening
Updated: September 6, 2011

Tips for hosting Saturday or evening screening events at your clinic. (Sept 2011)

Does it Run in the Family? A Guide to Family Health History - Book 1
Does it Run in the Family? A Guide to Family Health History - Book 1
Updated: June 7, 2009

To encourage urban AI/AN families to collect and use family health history, the UIHI, in collaboration with Genetic Alliance, launched the Family Health History Project. Working with our community advisory board, project staff at the UIHI adapted a national family history tool for the urban AI/AN population. The tool is comprised of two guide books. This guide, Book 1, assists in the collection of family health history. (June 2009)

Does it Run in the Family? A Guide for Understanding Genetics and Health - Book 2
Does it Run in the Family? A Guide for Understanding Genetics and Health - Book 2
Updated: June 6, 2009

To encourage urban AI/AN families to collect and use family health history, the UIHI, in collaboration with Genetic Alliance, launched the Family Health History Project. Working with our community advisory board, project staff at the UIHI adapted a national family history tool for the urban AI/AN population. The tool is comprised of two guide books. This guide, Book 2, assists outlines the relationship between genetics and disease risk. (June 2009)


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