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This FluFIT/iFOBT three-part series is presented to you by a partnership of the American Cancer Society, Great Plains Quality Innovation Network, Great Plains Tribal Chairmans Health Board, National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable, Community Healthcare Association of the Dakotas, Kansas Cancer Partnership, North Dakota Department of Health, South Dakota Cancer Coalition, and South Dakota Department of Health.
- Describe the role of the FluFIT/iFOBT champion to coordinate program efforts
- Discuss the importance of involving clinic team members in the planning process
- Identify FluFIT/iFOBT team member roles
- Understand the key elements to FluFIT/iFOBT staff training
Kate Hilton, JD, MTS – Senior Engagement Consultant
ReThink Health Program Team
Kate specializes in multi-stakeholder engagement, coalition building, leadership development, and campaign design for collective action. Her work with ReThink Health focuses on the application and diffusion of replicable tools for multi-stakeholder groups seeking to generate commitment for broad-scope, collaborative improvement initiatives. A fellow of the Leading Change Network at Harvard’s Kennedy School, Kate holds a JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School, an MTS from Harvard Divinity School, and an AB from Dartmouth College.