October 6, 2021

NBCCEDP & CRCCP Awardee Meeting
(Invitation Only)

October 7, 2021

Open Sessions


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) celebrates 30 years of success in serving people and saving lives through the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP). We congratulate our state, tribal, and territory programs, as well as their provider and community partners, on a job well done. Today, the NBCCEDP is the only nationwide cancer screening program in the United States—one that adheres to quality performance measures and clinically monitors those served by the program, from screening to treatment referral.

Reflecting on the past 30 years, while considering the burdens that still exist, CDC acknowledges that work is still needed to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to get the care they need to prevent and treat breast and cervical cancer. Moving forward, the NBCCEDP aims to accelerate efforts to improve cancer outcomes, reduce health disparities, and save women’s lives.

Sessions in this virtual meeting will focus on moving closer to health equity for improving breast and cervical cancer outcomes.

What to expect


Connect with colleagues and learn about their tools and resources leading to cancer screening successes.


Take advantage of virtual features, including Q&As, chat rooms, and networking that create an interactive and engaging meeting experience.

Exhibit Hall

Engage with all 70 NBCCEDP awardees as they showcase their work and the impact of their efforts on communities across the nation.


Exchange good ideas, practical tips, and lessons learned about programs and interventions to improve screening.

Health Equity

Discuss a blueprint for advancing health equity and best practices for implementing a strategic plan.


Leverage the latest research to support and improve programmatic success




What You Need To Know

Click the registration button on the top of this page. Be sure to follow the instructions to register as an Exhibitor or Attendee.
October 6 is for the NBCCEDP and CRCCP Awardees and by CDC invitation only. All partners are invited to register and attend the October 7 sessions.
Your login details will be emailed to you ahead of the event.
The event will be held online on October 6 and 7 on the vFairs virtual platform. You can participate from anywhere that you have internet access. The event is accessible from desktop, mobile, and tablet devices.
Yes, the platform is mobile responsive.
An internet connection (minimum 600 KBPS, recommended 1.5 MBPS) and any modern browser like Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, or Safari.
Yes, there will be an information help desk during the event in the main lobby. For additional support, if you are unable to log in, please email NBCCEDP30Support@getvfairs.io for further assistance.
The Exhibit Hall will be open from 9 am to 12 noon EDT on both days. On October 6, the LIVE sessions begin at 1 pm EDT for NBCCEDP and CRCCP Awardees only. On Thursday, October 7, the LIVE sessions resume at 1 pm EDT for NBCCEDP and CRCCP Awardees and all registered participants. Please note that all sessions will be recorded on both days.
No. You do not need to download or install anything to attend this event. You do need stable web access.
No. It is not required.
You will be able to engage with other attendees and presenters. You may opt to use 1:1 text chat, video chat, or audio chat.
Yes. Like an in-person event, we will have a swag bag for you! You can add all the documents and videos available to the online swag bag in your account and then email them to yourself.
Sessions on October 6 are only for NBCCEDP and CRCCP Awardees and by CDC invitation only. The October 7 sessions are open. Feel free to invite additional colleagues and partners to register for this day. For questions about registration, please email eventinfo@chronicdisease.org.
Yes, the NBCCEDP event will be accessible for 30 days. You can listen to the content on-demand using the login information provided in your post-registration confirmation email.
You can visit the exhibitors’ booths in the Exhibit Halls. Connect with a specific exhibitor by clicking on their booth and chat with booth representatives, either as part of a group chat or through 1:1 text chat, audio chat, or video chat. The agenda on the virtual platform will include a schedule for Exhibit Hall hours.
Yes, we will have a full agenda available on the virtual platform. You can select the sessions and other events you plan to participate in and save them to your calendar on your desktop, mobile device, or tablet.

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The “Enhancing Cancer Program Grantee Capacity through Peer-to-Peer Learning” project is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $850,000 with 100 percent funded by CDC/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by CDC/HHS, or the U.S. Government