The Pacific Islander Cervical Cancer Education Toolkit was developed using community-based participatory research (CBPR) principles, involving partnerships between Guam Communications Network, Samoan National Nurses Association, and Tongan Community Service Center/SSG, the Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance, and California State University, Fullerton in all aspects of the study design, creation of intervention project, collection and interpretation of information, and the sharing of results. This toolkit is intended for use by Pacific Islander community-based leaders and educators to promote cervical cancer awareness, prevention and screening among women. The culturally tailored materials and messages can be used in both one-on-one and group education settings.
The WINCART Let's Move! Toolkit is a physical activity toolkit to empower healthy Pacific Islander communities to be active everyday. WINCART Let’s Move! targets community members at both the individual and groups levels. The goal is to encourage 10-minute exercise/physical activities among members of these groups during regular meetings (e.g., after church service has concluded). All materials are available in pdf form of this toolkit.
The Pacific Islander Colorectal Cancer Education Toolkit is a product of an education, prevention and screening campaign developed and implemented with Pacific Islander community leaders and academic researchers, utilizing the principles of community based participatory research (CBPR).
The Pacific Islander Colorectal Cancer Education Toolkit is intended for use by Pacific Islander community-based educators to promote awareness, prevention and screening among adults 50 years of age and older. The culturally appropriate materials and messages can be used in one-on-one and group education settings. This toolkit can also be used for other populations; however, we recommend adaptation of the materials for cultural appropriateness and relevancy. All materials are available in pdf form of this toolkit.
The Pacific Islander Biospecimen Education Toolkit was created to improve knowledge about biospecimen donation and encourage Pacific Islanders (PIs) in Southern California to donate biospecimens to help advance cancer research.
The toolkit aims to 1) educate PIs about what biospecimens are and what they are used for; 2) emphasize the importance of biospecimen donation among PIs; and 3) assess knowledge and attitude changes about biospecimens, their collection, and their use in biomedical research.
Developed in collaboration with community leaders and academic researchers, it is intended for use by PI community-based educators to inform PI adults 18 years of age and older about biospecimens and the significance of biospecimens donations. It may also be used as a precursor to biospecimen collections.