The 80% by 2018 effort has been a tremendous success. Over 1,500 partners have signed the pledge, we have numerous examples of systems having achieved 80% or higher screening rates, the commitment to support colorectal cancer screening has strengthened in state after state, and most importantly, screening rates nationwide are going up. While the 2018 national colorectal cancer screening rate won’t be available until 2020—we do know everyone who has invested in the 80% by 2018 effort can reflect on our shared progress with pride. Having said that – many of you have told us that you are just now hitting your stride; thus, we absolutely plan to launch a new initiative to continue beyond 2018.

This survey is the first step in our efforts to gather input from NCCRT members, 80% by 2018 pledged partners, ACS staff, CDC grantees, and other stakeholders, as we plan our work beyond 2018 and design the next phase initiative to raise colorectal cancer screening rates. This survey should take no more than 5-10 minutes of your time. Your responses will be kept confidential. Survey findings will be shared in aggregate only and not attributed to any individual, although if your answers are particularly insightful, we may request an interview with you to explore your suggestions in greater depth. Thank you in advance for your valuable contribution.

* 1. Is your organization a member of the NCCRT?

* 2. Has your organization adopted 80% by 2018 as an organizational commitment through the 80% by 2018 pledge or otherwise?

* 3. Has the 80% by 2018 initiative helped contribute to your organization’s progress on colorectal cancer screening?

* 4. Was naming the national initiative to rapidly increase colorectal cancer screening rates “80% by 2018” meaningful to you?

* 5. What elements of the 80% by 2018 initiative were most important to your organization and/or contributed to your organization’s progress? (Check all that apply)

* 6. How engaged was your organization in state or local 80% by 2018 efforts?

* 7. How engaged was your organization in national 80% by 2018 efforts?

* 8. Has your organization incorporated 80% by 2018 into your March programming?

* 9. What was the most exciting aspect of the 80% by 2018 initiative, if any?

* 10. What could the 80% by 2018 initiative have done better?

* 11. Was there anything you needed in support for the effort that you did not have?

* 12. The 80% by 2018 initiative was the rallying cry for NCCRT’s efforts to increase colorectal cancer screening. As we approach 2018, our work will continue. Do you recommend we launch a new initiative after the 80% by 2018 initiative concludes?

* 13. As we think about what comes after 80% by 2018, what should our highest priorities or goals be? (Please rank in order of priority, with 1 being the highest priority)

* 14. What is the single most compelling idea that you feel should be shared with the initiative partners through the new goal/tagline? (Please rank in order of priority, with 1 being the highest priority)

* 15. Is there a tone or feeling you feel should be conveyed? (Check all that apply)

* 16. What new directions might we want to take? (Check all that apply)

* 17. What new taglines or goals would you recommend?

By submitting a suggested tagline or goal, you agree that: (1) the NCCRT/American Cancer Society may use or redistribute the suggested tagline or goal for any purpose and in any way; (2) your submission will automatically become the property of the NCCRT/ACS; and (3) there is no obligation to keep your submission confidential.

* 18. What other advice do you have for us?

* 19. Would it be okay to contact you for additional input? (Your answers to these questions are confidential and only will be reported with other responses in aggregate, with no attribution to you.)

* 20. If yes, please enter your contact information

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