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Provider Education

Provider Education


KCP is nationally recognized for its "Providers Practice Prevention" professional education offerings. These free online courses contain state-of-the-art information to improve cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.


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LuCa National Training Network

LuCa National Training Network provides free training and materials for primary care providers, as well as technical assistance for professionals who educate providers and other health care professionals on lung cancer risk reduction, early detection, treatment, and survivorship care.  LuCa builds on the Kentucky Cancer Program's success in reaching nearly 3,000 Kentucky health care professionals, including about 1,500 primary care providers with continuing medical education on lung cancer care as part of the Kentucky LEADS Collaborative.

Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in Kentucky Hospitals

Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in Kentucky Hospitals (2nd Edition) (Free CE/CME Credit)

Provides examples of how to succesfully deliver brief bedside interventions for all patients who use tobacco, regardless of willingness to quit.  It addresses medications for cessation and withdrawal relief.  It is designed for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, tobacco cessation specialists, hospital administrators, supervisors and support staff.

Quick Reference Guide for Health Care Providers:  Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Kentucky

Quick Reference Guide for Health Care Providers:  Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Kentucky

This guide to breast and cervical cancer screening and treatment for low income women was developed by the Kentucky Cancer Program for Kentucky health professionals.  The Kentucky Women's Cancer Screening Program funds breast and cervical cancer screening for low income women at a low or reduced cost through local health departments and contract providers.  Some women may qualify for services at no cost.  Women needing treatment for breast or cervical cancer, or precancer of the breast or cervix, may be eligible for treatment funded through Kentucky Medicaid Services Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program.  Revised: November 2019.

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KCP KY.TRAIN.ORG Courses

Online courses sponsored by KCP cover topics related to breast and cervical screening and treatment. They are developed in partnership with the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Visit KY.TRAIN.ORG. If you have any problems or questions please contact Kentucky Cabinet for Health Services, 502-564-6663.

Summary of Cancer Prevention and Screening Benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Kentucky for Health Care Professionals

Summary of Cancer Prevention and Screening Benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Kentucky for Health Care Professionals

Summary of Cancer Prevention and Screening Benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Kentucky for Health Care Professionals is available on the Kentucky Cancer Consortium website.