Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the US, and colorectal cancer can be reduced with screening.
Learn more about what providers can do to impact screening in Montana through a three part webinar series featuring nationally regarded speakers entitled:
Colorectal Cancer Screening-Closing the Gap through FLUFIT and other Practical Approaches.
American Cancer Society’s own Dr. Durado Brooks will open the series with state of the science and best evidenced practice for implementing change in clinics.
Dr. Michael Potter will discuss the FLUFIT (pairing flu shot clinics with colorectal cancer screening )concepts and applications for primary care settings.
Dr. David Perdue will introduce emerging research on using FIT test in Alaskan Natives and applications to American Indian people for colorectal cancer screening.
More information is located on the attached flyer and registration links. CME credit will be provided for physicians and nurses. There are only 200-300 lines reserved at this point for a multi-state offering, so early registration is encouraged.