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A systematic review of economic evidence shows tailored pharmacy-based interventions to increase medication adherence are cost-effective for cardiovascular disease prevention.
The July issue of AJPM features CPSTF findings and systematic review evidence for four intervention approaches to increase the availability of healthier foods and beverages in schools.
The CPSTF recommends internet-based interventions to help adults stop using tobacco products.
Join the CPSTF for this web-based meeting! Discussion topics will include cardiovascular disease prevention and control, tobacco cessation, and health equity.
Do you know someone who should be a Community Preventive Services Task Force member? Nominations will be accepted through June 26, 2020.
CDC’s Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention released a new resource to help communities and health systems implement CPSTF-recommended telehealth interventions for cardiovascular disease prevention and management.
AcademyHealth has a new blog featuring ways health services researchers can use CPSTF findings to develop effective, economically sound, health promotion interventions and research agendas.
The CPSTF recommends digital health interventions to assist adolescents with overweight or obesity with weight management.
The CPSTF recommends interventions that engage community health workers to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening.
An article in the March 2020 issue of the American Journal of Nursing outlines how evidence-based recommendations from The Community Guide can inform nursing practices.
A new report updates evidence on the benefits of smoking cessation and features evidence-based intervention approaches, including many from The Community Guide.
CDC has released a new resource to help communities and health systems implement tailored pharmacy-based interventions to improve medication adherence for cardiovascular disease prevention, which are recommended by the CPSTF.
CDC launched Active People, Healthy NationSM to help 27 million Americans become more physically active by 2027. The initiative promotes CPSTF-recommended strategies that work at the state and local level.
Join the CPSTF for this web-based meeting! Discussion topics will include HIV screening, cardiovascular disease prevention and control, tobacco cessation, mental health, and sleep health.
Evidence from a systematic review shows school-based, self-management interventions reduce emergency department and hospital visits among children and adolescents with asthma.