The ACS NRTCC consists of organizational members, corporate members, and select individuals (by invitation) which reflect a broad involvement in cervical cancer support issues across the cancer continuum. There are no dues associated with membership. Separate membership applications and notice of acceptance are required for each roundtable.
Organizational members are defined as public, private, and voluntary organizations (non-commercial interest) dedicated to cervical cancer support issues across the continuum, and are committed to working collaboratively in areas of public education, clinician education, and health policy, among others. These members have full participatory rights and receive one vote per organization.
Corporate members are defined as business corporations that have a special affiliation with the roundtable either by making products with proven efficacy that aid in the screening, prevention, or treatment of cancer; or by demonstrating a commitment to education about the roundtable subject matter; or by having expertise in an area that could further the mission of the roundtable. These members are non-voting and unable to hold leadership positions.
Individuals must be invited to apply. Individual members include those with outstanding expertise in cervical cancer, and a commitment to quality of life for individuals with cervical cancer, their families, and survivors. These members have full participatory rights and receive one vote.
ACS NRTCC member organizations enjoy benefits and services designed to magnify the impact that each organization can have in their efforts to reduce the burden of cervical cancer across the United States. Roundtable members network with leading partners across the nation and are called upon to help guide the nation’s response and strategic planning on priority cervical cancer topics.
Members gain access to the latest news, events, tools, and resources. Members can attend annual meetings to share ideas, get up-to-date information about cancer issues across the continuum of care, and help tackle complex barriers to challenging patients and their families.
Members are provided pathways for collaborative work on various initiatives designed to leverage member talents and expertise in order to address pressing needs around cervical cancer screening, prevention, care, and support.
Members help lead the national dialogue on cervical cancer, and receive recognition on the ACS NRTCC website and within annual reports.
The membership application, review, and approval process is laid out in the steps below. There are no dues associated with membership. Separate membership applications and notice of acceptance are required for each roundtable.
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