Use the link below to select a number of criteria, and see a list that contains evidence-based programs from several topics.

Select from 179 Evidence-Based Intervention Programs

RTIPs is a searchable database of evidence-based cancer control interventions and program materials and is designed to provide program planners and public health practitioners easy and immediate access to research-tested materials.

Register your program now and be part of the RTIPs Community.

For more information on how to participate in a RTIPs review, read the RTIPs Submission and Review Process: A Guide for Program Developers

Search Research to Reality (R2R), NCI's online community of practice that links cancer control practitioners and researchers, for discussions, cyber-seminars, and much more.


New programs on RTIPs:

  • Breast Cancer Screening
  •  - Kukui Ahi (Light the Way): Patient Navigation (Post date: 2017-04-25 13:30:48.0)
  • Sun Safety
  • - Sun Protection Strategies for Kidney Transplant Recipients (Post date: 2017-03-28 14:01:46.0)
  • HPV Vaccination
  • - DOSE HPV: Development of Systems and Education for HPV Vaccination (Post date: 2017-02-16 14:59:32.0)
     New evidence-based programs are released periodically. Please check for updates.

    News and Announcements About RTIPs

  • RTIPs highlighted in the University of Kentucky News


    RTIPs and Research Reviews

    The Guide to Community Preventive Services evaluates the effectiveness of types of interventions (as opposed to individual programs) by conducting systematic reviews of all available research in collaboration with partners. The Task Force on Community Preventive Services then uses the systematic review findings as the basis for their recommendations for practice, policy and future research. The symbol to the right links to Community Guide findings. Many Research-tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) are directly linked to associated Community Guide findings.

    Tools Available:

    • Putting Public Health Evidence in Action: The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) has created an interactive training curriculum to support community program planners and health educators in developing skills in using evidence-based approaches.
    Putting Public Health Evidence in Action

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