Expanded reach of the Sun Safety Program
Increased awareness of skin cancer prevention among Sun Safety volunteers
Development and mobilization of new partnerships
The C.S.C.F. has had ongoing relationships with the Alberta Student Pharmacy Association, and University of Alberta, and University of Calgary Dermatology Interest Groups (medical students). These groups have been instrumental in
recruiting volunteers to C.S.C.F.
Increased capacity of C.S.C.F. to deliver the Sun Safety program
Despite the global situation in recent years, the C.S.C.F. goal of increased capacity to deliver the program was achieved. The presentation content was expanded upon and revised based on feedback from teachers and volunteer
presenters. Additional resources were created and successfully utilized. New partnerships were developed. Recruiting volunteers to C.S.C.F.
Increased availability and uptake of presentations
361 in-class presentations
11,431 grade 5 & 6 students taught.
30 in-class presentations
859 grade 5 & 6 students
(98 presentations had been booked, 58 were cancelled in March due to pandemic)
302 online presentations
7,035 grade 5 & 6 students taught.
395 online presentations delivered.
9,843 grades 4, 5, 6 & 7 students taught.
Students know how to practice sun safety
Survey response from students: