The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) is a member-driven organization that represents the diverse needs, challenges, and real-world experiences of the multidisciplinary cancer care team.
Many of our education programs launch with a formal needs assessment, which will lead to the creation of timely and relevant focus groups, webcasts, live and virtual meeting sessions, white papers, peer-reviewed journal articles, and scientific presentations.
In order to develop practical, how-to resources that improve cancer program operations and elevate patient care, we count on ACCC members to participate in our needs assessment surveys.
We understand that your time is valuable so your input is greatly appreciated.
Prostate cancer is the leading cause of cancer and second leading cause of cancer deaths for Black men. The death rate for Black men with prostate cancer is more than double that of every other group.
ACCC is leading a critical effort to address these inequities in cancer care and better understand the barriers to shared decision-making for patients diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.
To contribute to the advancement of health equity in prostate cancer, please share your feedback in this national survey by Friday, September 24.
The survey results will inform the development of resources and tools for health systems, clinics, and communities to implement at regional and local levels to reduce racial disparities in prostate cancer.
Share Your Feedback
Selected survey participants will have the opportunity to share their effective practices with the ACCC membership and greater oncology community. Please contact Leigh Boehmer, PharmD, BCOP, Chief Medical Officer, with feedback or questions.
We recommend you include a personal email address as a backup, as institution firewalls may block ACCC marketing emails.