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One Pager: Team-Based Care to Improve Blood Pressure Control

A group of medical professionals look at information on a computer.This one page handout summarizes the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) recommendation and systematic review evidence for team-based control to improve blood pressure control.

 
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One Pager: Text Messaging Interventions for Medication Adherence Among Patients with Chronic Diseases

A man looks at the screen of a smart phone.This one page handout summarizes the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) recommendation and systematic review evidence for the use of text messaging interventions to increase medication adherence among patients with chronic medical conditions.

 
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One Pager: Worksite Programs to Prevent Obesity

Graphic shows combination of intervention strategies for worksite obesity programs: information and educational, policy and environmental, behavioral and socialThis one page handout summarizes the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) recommendation and systematic review evidence for worksite programs to improve diet or physical activity and reduce weight among employees.

 
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One Pager: Year-Round Schooling

A young girl sits in front of a school computer.This one page handout summarizes the Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) finding of insufficient evidence and systematic review evidence for year-round schooling interventions to improve health equity.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Cancer Screening

Doctor reassures woman, represent interventions to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening.This brochure summarizes information from The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about intervention approaches to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening. It is designed to help public health professionals find proven intervention approaches—including programs, services, and other interventions—to increase cancer screening rates. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Control

A blue transparent image of a human torso; the heart is featured in bright red, with a blue EKG line running through it, represents interventions to prevent and control cardiovascular disease.This brochure summarizes information in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about intervention approaches to prevent cardiovascular disease. It is designed to help clinical and public health professionals find proven intervention approaches—including programs, services and other interventions—to reduce patients’ risk for cardiovascular disease. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Diabetes Prevention and Control

Basket overflowing with colorful fruits and vegetables, represents interventions to prevent and control  diabetes.This brochure summarizes information in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about intervention approaches to prevent and manage diabetes. It is designed to help clinical and public health professionals find proven intervention approaches—including programs, services, and other interventions—to prevent and manage diabetes. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Health Communication and Health Information Technology

A woman at a gym looks at her smart phone, represents health communication and health information technology.This brochure summarizes information in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about intervention approaches that use health communication and social marketing strategies or health information technology to improve health. It is designed to help public health professionals find proven strategies—including programs, services, and other interventions—to develop successful health communication and health information technology interventions. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Health Equity

Man holding a sleeping newborn against his chest represents interventions to promote health equity.This brochure summarizes information in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about intervention approaches that aim to improve health equity. It is designed to help public health professionals, educators, and administrators find proven intervention approaches—including programs, services and other interventions—to improve health equity. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

 
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What Works Fact Sheet: Improving Women's Health

Healthcare provider uses stethoscope to listen to woman's heart, represents interventions to improve women's health.This brochure summarizes information in The Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) about interventions that address heart disease, cancer, and mental health—health issues that place a particular burden on women. It is designed to help public health professionals find proven intervention approaches—including programs, services and other interventions—to address women’s health. It can help decision makers in both public and private sectors make choices about what intervention approaches are best for their communities.

Listen to an audio clip (7:20) of Dr. Jennifer Bishop-Crawford as she talks with CDC’s Dr. John Anderton about development of the women’s health fact sheet and how she’s come to rely on The Community Guide as a dependable resource.

 

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