The National Colorectal Cancer Round Table (NCCRT) and the Colorado School of Public Health have developed resources that provide practical advice on paying for and sustaining colorectal cancer screening patient navigation to help healthcare professionals at every stage of a navigation program. Originally released in 2017, the toolkit has been updated in 2019, and an interactive website and technical assistance training modules to further support screening navigation have been added.
The toolkit provides practical advice to help professionals at every stage in a variety of settings sustain navigation. The new, interactive website provides an overview of the fundamentals of sustainability with the toolkit providing additional case studies, resources and support. Click here to download the toolkit or to visit the interactive website.
The content of the toolkit and curriculum developed was drawn from published and public information about patient navigation, as well as the experiences and expertise of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, the Colorado School of Public Health, the NCCRT Patient Navigation Toolkit Advisory Committee, and over 75 people and organizations who shared their time and expertise.