Skin Checks

The Partnership's core mission to reduce the burden of cancer in Rhode Island is put into effect through our annual skin cancer screenings. These screenings, or skin checks, are held throughout the state during the summer season, which is a time when people are more often exposed to the sun and its harmful rays. 

In 2019, we partnered with NBC 10 WJAR, Brown Dermatology, Lifespan, Rhode Island Department of Health, BankNewport, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, and United Way of Rhode Island to provide this complimentary service at seven beaches across the state. All screenings were performed by dermatologists affiliated with Brown Dermatology for the first 100 people at each event. Those who required a follow-up were referred for dermatology consults. No prior registration is required for our events.

Below are some highlights and a song that our Director wrote and performed!

8/3/19 Skin Check Promo - Joseph Dziobek
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State Sunscreen Dispenser Campaign

We partnered with Raw Elements USA, the State of Rhode Island, and South County Dermatology this past summer to launch complimentary certified natural, environmentally-safe sunscreen dispensers at all state beaches and parks across the state. These dispensers provide sunscreen to protect residents, tourists, and employees from harmful UV rays. Learn more about the program by watching the video below!

Partnership to Reduce Cancer in RI
     405 Promenade St, Ste. C
Providence, RI 02908
     (401) 443-2375 ext. 517

     contact@prcri.org

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This program is supported in part by Cooperative Agreement Number NU58DP006291, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and awarded to the Rhode Island Department of Health. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the Rhode Island Department of Health.

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