Objectives and Strategies
Objective: By 2030, increase the percentage of women 21 to 65 years of age who have been screened for cervical cancer in accordance with United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendations, especially among groups experiencing disproportionate effects,
including Appalachian and Hispanic women, to 85.0% (baseline: 2018 BRFSS, 79.2% for all women; 74.0% for Appalachian women; 73.4% for Hispanic women).
Objective: By 2030, decrease the percentage of women diagnosed with cervical cancer at late stages (regional and distant stages), especially among groups experiencing disproportionate effects to 45% (baseline: 2017 OCISS, 51.1% for all women; 61.2% for African American women; 55.0% for women living in metropolitan counties; 54.9% for women living in Appalachian counties; 53.8% for Hispanic women.)
Objective: By 2030, reduce the rate of invasive cervical cancer, especially among groups experiencing disproportionate effects, including Appalachian and Hispanic women to 7.5 per 100,000 people (baseline: 2017 OCISS, 7.9% for all women; 10.8% for all women living in Appalachian counties; 10.9% for all Hispanic women.)
We Always Welcome New Members
Together, we can achieve more. New members and fresh ideas are always welcome! OPCC will achieve far greater success than could be accomplished by individual organizations working alone.