This toolkit can help organizers develop a Choose Your Cover skin cancer awareness, education, and free screening program in their community. This program brings free skin cancer screenings; complimentary sunscreen; and a wealth of vital skin safety information, involving cancer detection, prevention, and sun smart precautions, directly to the at-risk population of people who spend extended time in the sun—at the beach, ballpark, and other outdoor venues.
This nationwide program aims to lower blood pressure and prevent hypertension through patient–pharmacist engagement. The videos and resources on this page can help patients, pharmacists, and health care providers better understand high blood pressure and the steps they can take to prevent or treat it.
Resources include the following:
- Blood pressure journal
- Medication tracker wallet card
- Pocket discussion tool
- Drug Adherence Work-up (DRAW ©) tool...
This toolkit for community health workers, diabetes educators, and health educators presents easy-to-use tools for collecting key pieces of data in evaluations. The evaluation tools assist in determining how the Road to Health Toolkit is being implemented and if any changes are needed for participants at risk for type 2 diabetes.
The toolkit includes three forms to collect data:
- Road to Health Intervention Tracking Form: Group Sessions
- Road to Health...
Million Hearts toolkits were designed to help partners incorporate Million Hearts into their everyday work and enhance their heart disease and stroke prevention efforts. They are available for download and use as individual components or as an entire toolkit.
The following toolkits are available:
- Partners Toolkit: Partners can use the resources in this toolkit to expand their existing heart disease and stroke prevention programs and to recruit...
The Collaboration for Home Care Advances in Management and Practice (CHAMP) library provides actionable tools to help home health care professionals implement best practices in their agencies.
Tools in the CHAMP library can be searched by keyword and filtered by topic or type:
- Alcohol & substance misuse
- Behavior change & adherence
- Care coordination
- Chronic pain management
- Clinical coaching
This series of toolkits offers tips and tools that families and providers could use to support quality improvement within systems of care for children and youth with special health care needs.
The following toolkits are available:
- Toolkits for providers:
- Providers serving children with epilepsy
- Providers serving children with hearing loss
- Toolkits for families:
- General tools and tips for families of children and youth with...
This online assessment tool can help consumers learn the state of their heart and what they can do to live a better life. The tool uses information such as blood pressure, smoking status, diet, and physical activity to determine the user’s current heart score. It also provides a customized action plan to help users improve their score and reach their ideal cardiovascular health.
This risk assessment tool, for people age 20 or older, provides information to assess a person’s risk for heart disease, heart attack, or other future heart problems. The tool uses information such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar levels to help determine a level of risk for heart problems. Upon completing the questionnaire, users can print various reports to help them make a plan with their doctor to reduce their risk.
This tool is also available in Spanish...
This guide presents the practical aspects of developing a remote diabetic retinopathy screening (DRS) program along with general guidelines and recommendations for performing DRS based on experiences in community clinics in California.
It is organized into the following sections:
- The need for diabetic retinopathy screening programs
- Guidelines for referring patients
- Program validation—defining program goals and performance
This toolkit was designed to help community-based organizations and community health centers develop organizational capacity to deliver diabetes prevention and control programs within Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. It addresses eight key components for capacity building:
- Community assessments
- Organizational support
- Building coalitions and partnerships
- Community outreach and inreach ...