ISER researcher and Alaska Public Health Association board member Katie Cueva shared evaluation findings (PDF, 513KB) from cancer education work with Alaska’s Community Health Aides/Practitioners (CHAPS) at the 2019 Alaska Health Summit in Anchorage, January 22-24. In the session, “The Relationship between Body Weight and Cancer Risk in Alaska,” Dr. Cueva discussed how “learners'” end-of-module surveys in a CHAPS cancer education online program indicated that participating in an online cancer education module on physical activity, nutrition, and cancer, helped “learners” feel more comfortable talking about cancer in their communities, helped “learners” to talk about cancer more often with their patients, and supported “learners” to plan to reduce their own cancer risk by things like moving more and eating healthier. CHAPS is part of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.