LIVESTRONG Promotores Curriculum Materials
The LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivorship Training Curriculum for Promotores or Community Health Workers to share knowledge, skills and motivation to improve the quality of life of Hispanic/Latino cancer survivors. The curriculum provides tools and strategies to help cancer survivors keep track of the physical, day-to-day and emotional concerns of cancer survivorship.
Each session covers a different area of cancer survivorship. The curriculum is divided into seven sessions, including:
- Session 1: Cancer and the Hispanic/Latino Community
- Session 2: What Is Cancer Survivorship?
- Session 3: What Are the Physical Concerns?
- Session 4: What Are the Emotional Concerns?
- Session 5: What Are the Day-to-Day Concerns?
- Session 6: LIVESTRONG Resources
- Session 7: Day in the Life of a Promotor(a)
All sessions of the curriculum should be used in their entirety to fully educate Promotoras on the topic of cancer survivorship.
To Conduct a LIVESTRONG Promotores Training in Your Community:
Please order the necessary training materials at least six weeks prior to your training
Depending on the language of your training, you will need to download the following training materials:
Resources To Promote Your Training
After the training, please return the following forms to LIVESTRONG by email, fax or mail
Attn: Promotores Certification Program
2201 East Sixth Street
Austin, Texas 78702
Within four weeks of receipt of all required forms, LIVESTRONG will mail participants their certificate of completion and a sample packet of LIVESTRONG materials.
This development of this curriculum was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number U58/CCU623066-01 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.