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The Iowa Cancer Plan addresses cancer workforce needs.

Cancer prevention, screening, treatment, and quality-of-life services involve many different types of qualified health-care workers. These workers must be adequately and appropriately trained, and there must be enough of them in every area of the state to ensure all Iowans receive access to the quality services and care they need.

Check out work that's being done in Iowa to support cancer workforce in Iowa:
  Bringing Together Cancer Health Educators, Statewide
  A Conversation on Spirituality and Cancer, West Des Moines
  Colorectal Cancer Screening Initiative using FluFOBT Model, Central IA
  Ensuring Health in All Iowa Planning Policies (2015), Statewide
  Healthy Vending and Salad Bars in Private and Public Worksites, FY13, Statewide
  Smoke-Free Casinos/Economic Impact Research
  Sun Safety: Project Sunscreen, Camp Foster (2016), Okoboji, IA

Image of the 2012-2017 Iowa Cancer Plan. Click here to access the entire document. Additional Over-Arching Issues
Collaboration
Disparities
Evaluation
Policy and Systems
Research
Iowa Cancer Plan Goals
Goal 1: Prevention
Goal 2: Screening
Goal 3: Treatment
Goal 4: Quality of Life
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