Free Skin Cancer Screening and Education at Beaches and Other Outdoor Venues Identify Many With Suspected Cancer, Enhance Knowledge of Protective Strategies
Local organizations and volunteers provide free skin cancer education and screenings at beaches and other outdoor venues each summer, enhancing access to these services for thousands of at-risk individuals, identifying many with suspected cancer, and increasing knowledge about strategies to reduce the risk of skin cancer.
Online Visits With Dermatologists Enhance Access to Care for Patients With Minor and Serious Skin Conditions, Boost Physician Productivity
User-friendly, secure Web-based and mobile applications facilitate online visits with board-certified dermatologists, enhancing access to care for those with minor and serious skin conditions, increasing physician productivity, and generating high levels of patient satisfaction.
Skin Cancer Flier for Parents
This one-page flier is intended for parents and contains information about protecting children from sun exposure.
Choose Your Cover: Skin Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Toolkit
This toolkit can help organizers develop a Choose Your Cover skin cancer awareness, education, and free screening program in their community.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) SeniorHealth
This Web site makes aging-related health information easily accessible for adults 60 and older, as well as their family members and friends.
Saving Our Skins Toolkit: Raising Awareness of the Risk of Skin Cancer
Developed in the United Kingdom, this toolkit helps health professionals and policymakers develop strategies and campaign programs to tackle the increasing incidence of skin cancer.
Skin Cancer Prevention - Physician Data Query (PDQ®) (Health Professional Version)
This summary provides information to health care professionals on skin cancer prevention.