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March 2022
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Partner Services Interventions Increase HIV Testing and are Cost-effective

Evidence shows partner services interventions increase HIV testing and are cost-effective.

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March 2022
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CPSTF Recommendations Relevant for COVID-19 Pandemic

A new page features CPSTF recommendations that could help public health practitioners and decision makers address public health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts.

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March 2022
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New Publication Features Economic Benefits of Housing First Programs

New publication outlines systematic review evidence showing economic benefits of Housing First programs are greater than the cost of the intervention.

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February 2022
A No Smoking sign sits on a table at an outdoor café.

What Works to Reduce Tobacco Use

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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February 2022
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New Publication Features Primary Prevention Interventions to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Among Youth

New article in AJPM features systematic review evidence for the CPSTF recommendation for primary prevention interventions to prevent or reduce intimate partner violence and sexual violence among youth.

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February 2022
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CPSTF Recommends Digital Health Interventions to Increase Healthy Eating and Physical Activity

CPSTF recommends digital health and telephone interventions to increase healthy eating and physical activity among adults in community settings, at worksites, and at institutions of higher education.

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January 2022
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Blog Features Classroom-based Physical Activity

A new blog from The Community Guide highlights CPSTF recommendations and ways communities might implement them to increase students’ physical activity.

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January 2022
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What Works to Prevent Overweight and Obesity

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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January 2022
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CPSTF Welcomes New Members

Four public health and clinical professionals have been appointed to serve five-year terms on the CPSTF, starting in 2022.

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December 2021
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What Works to Prevent Violence

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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December 2021
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Team-based Care Improves Blood Pressure Control and is Cost-effective

A systematic review of evidence shows team-based care increases the proportion of patients with controlled blood pressure.

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November 2021
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What Works to Increase Physical Activity

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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November 2021
The 2020 CPSTF Annual Report to Congress

CPSTF 2020 Annual Report to Congress

The new report summarizes work completed from October 2019—September 2020, including four effectiveness recommendations and four economic findings, critical evidence gaps, and priority topics to guide future reviews.

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October 2021
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Did You Know?

New infographic features text messaging intervention approaches to help adults quit smoking.

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October 2021
A digital map of the world.

Webinar: Cancer Prevention Interventions: Recommendations from the Community Preventive Services Task Force

Mark your calendar! Join us at 3 pm ET on the 19th to learn more about CPSTF recommendations for cancer prevention and ways they’ve been implemented in communities.

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