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  • 1. Appendix B – NBCCEDP Logic Model CDC’s National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP): Logic Model NBCCEDP Strategic Direction Incremental* transition to a program model using evidence-based strategies aimed at systems and policy change intended to reduce morbidity and mortality of breast and cervical cancers among all population subgroups with emphasis on disparate populations INPUTS GRANTEE ACTIVITIES OUTCOMES IMPACT Federal law 101-354 Public education and targeted Greater awareness outreach Strategic partnerships, coordination, and collaboration among all Effective program management and leadership populations and Screening increased intentions Reduced breast Funding provision to to be screened for and cervical cancer NBCCEDP breast and cervical morbidity and eligible cancer mortality NBCCEDP policy populations Screening, diagnostic, and patient navigation services Policies and systems Increased that promote high appropriate Technical assistance, quality breast and breast and training, and consultation cervical cancer cervical cancer screening screening, rescreening, Quality assurance and quality and Provider practices Evidence-based improvement surveillance, and systems change interventions including for that support high Screening quality breast and underserved Reduced health promotion at cervical cancer populations disparities in breast Longitudinal data (registry, population- screening and cervical cancer MDE, census, economic) level Professional development Surveillance systems to track screening rates and quality National partnerships Reduced barriers and increased access to Support for program Data management and breast and cervical integration utilization cancer screening Contextual Factors: e.g., resources, health care access, cultural beliefs PROGRAM MONITORING AND EVALUATIONThis logic model outlines a strategic direction for NBCCEDP over the five years of the 2012 FOA. Incremental but definitive annual progress in incorporating population-based screeningpromotion strategies and interventions as a component of the current screening program is expected of all grantees. Adjustments will be made given changes in the healthcare environment .and authorizing legislation for the NBCCEDP, as needed. CS228945

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