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Mailed FIT Outreach for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Mailing stool-tests directly to patients (mailed FIT outreach) is an effective way to screen more patients for colorectal cancer. Our team at the Center for Health Research conducts research to test ways to deliver mailed FIT outreach and support follow-up colonoscopy, especially for populations who face numerous barriers to getting screened. We collaborate with a wide variety of clinical settings and research partners.

Our research uses trusted engagement approaches to hear patients' voices and honor patients' choices. We strive to provide clinic leadership and staff with the tools and inspiration they need to make meaningful change. Together, we can get more people screened and save more lives from colorectal cancer.

 

Mailed FIT News

MailedFIT Implementation Guide, 2021

Mailed-FIT Implementation Guide
(English)

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Mailed FIT Implementation to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

  • Advantages of Mailed FIT Outreach
  • Mailed FIT Outreach Materials
  • Best Practices for Mailed FIT Outreach
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Partial glimpse of the Colon Cancer Can Be Prevented information sheet.

Colon Cancer Can Be Prevented
(English & Spanish)

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Partial glimpse of the Colonoscopy After Abnormal FIT information sheet.

Colonoscopy After Abnormal FIT
(English & Spanish)

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Partial glimpse of the FIT Instructions information sheet.

FIT Instructions

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Partial glimpse of the InSure® ONE™ FIT Instructions.

InSure® ONE™ FIT Instructions
(English & Spanish)

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STOP CRC Results

STOP CRC Results

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STOP Colon Cancer program boosts screening among underserved patients

Podcast

NPR

Portland Business Journal

National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable

The National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable is an inclusive, accessible organization dedicated to engaging public, private, medical and civic organizations in the effort to promote colorectal cancer prevention and early detection.

Visit the NCCRT website

Northwest Health Matters - Poop Through The Mail

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