Lung Cancer Screening Resources

The ACR is your best resource for safe, effective lung cancer screening with the latest research, toolkits and key patient information.

New Resources:

ACR Response to Annals of internal medicine - Rates of Downstream procedure and complications in LCS - Talking Points

Fillable Women's Health Brochure [English / Spanish]
Every year, more women die of lung cancer than breast and ovarian cancers combined. Take a proactive step in promoting lung cancer awareness and early detection among women. This brochure is informative and customizable enabling your facility to add contact and website information, thereby making it uniquely yours.

Here's how to make the most of this resource:

Step 1. Customization:

    • Use the fillable text boxes to tailor the brochure with your facility's contact information.

       Step 2.  Printing and Presentation:

    • Print the brochure double-sided for the best presentation and distribution. This ensures your facility's information is visible on both sides.

       Step 3.  Finalizing for Distribution:

    • After printing, fold the brochure once down the middle. This simple step transforms it into its final format, ready for display and distribution.

Pink & Pearl Campaign
Early screening can be a life-saving step, and the Pink and Pearl Brochure aims to guide and support individuals on their journey to better health.  

Printable Version [English / Spanish Language Version / Double-Sided English & Spanish] - Designed for print distribution and includes a compelling call to action. It encourages readers to engage with their healthcare providers to discuss the importance of screening. This version is ideal for distributing physical copies in medical offices, community centers, and other relevant locations.

Web Version [English / Spanish Language Version] - Tailored for online use and optimized for web viewing. It contains clickable links that direct readers to additional information about screening on This version is perfect for sharing through our website, email newsletters, and social media channels, allowing our audience to access more in-depth information conveniently.

Additional LCS resources:

National Lung Cancer Screening Day — November 9, 2024

Celebrate and save lives by opening your screening center on Saturday, November 9, 2024.

In 2023 almost 750+ screening centers opened their doors and participated in Lung Cancer Screening Day.  We're working to build on and improve our successes for LCS Day in 2024. More details to come!

Please visit for more information and to register your site for LCS Day!

Free materials to assist lung cancer screening centers with return to screening during the COVID-19 pandemic, including:

  • Patient safety infographic
  • Resumption of screening quick reference guide
  • Telehealth quick reference guide
  • Template letters for both patients and referring providers

Lung Cancer Screening Locator Tool

Help patients locate a lung cancer screening program and consult resources about screening eligibility.

Find a lung cancer screening location »

Lung Cancer Screening Registry Performance Improvement Opportunities

Use your Lung Cancer Screening Registry (LCSR) data to compare your performance on quality measures to peers and engage in a performance improvement project.


Patient/Physician Shared Decision Aids

Practice Parameters and Technical Standards and Appropriateness Criteria

Resources for Front-Line Lung Cancer Screening Advocates

Quality Assurance


The Colorado Learning Collaborative on Lung Cancer Screening

October 2- Kick off | Debra Dyer, MD | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
October 9- LCS Logistics (barriers & Opportunities Part 1)  | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
October 16 LCS Logistics Barriers & Opportunities Part 2)  | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
October 23 Smoking Cessation in Setting of LCS  | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
October 30 Patient Care | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
November 13 Panel Discussion/Dialogue About LCS — Making It Happen | Watch On Demand | Download Slides
November 20 Best Practices and Looking Ahead | Watch On Demand | Download Slides

Coming Soon:

November 6 Lung Cancer Stigma and LCS Outreach to Rural Communities

Lung Cancer Screening Boot Camp Webinar Series

These webinars — available on demand — provide valuable advice on how radiologists and radiology group practices can implement successful lung cancer screening programs. Each webinar focuses on a specific topic and related discussions about best practices to meet the challenges of lung cancer screening.

Questions may be directed to Tiffany Gowen, MHA, senior program specialist for the Lung Cancer Screening 2.0 Steering Committee.

New! Counsel to Quit: Tobacco Intervention Training Webinar

This free, 60-minute webinar provides health care professionals with information and skills to appropriately screen patients for tobacco use, strategies to advise cessation, and opportunities to connect patients to appropriate tobacco cessation treatment options. Download FAQs »

**Note: CME only offered for live event attendance**

Watch on demand

NLCRT Lung Cancer Screening Webinar Series

To narrow the knowledge gaps regarding the new lung cancer screening eligibility criteria from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society National Lung Cancer Roundtable, in partnership with the ACR®, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Thoracic Society, and American College of Chest Physicians, hosted this webinar series.

  • Meeting Patients Where They Are: Lung Cancer Screening Outreach Efforts Among Vulnerable Populations (Part 1) ǀ Efren Flores, MD ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Meeting Patients Where They Are: Tools for Building Capacity (Part 2) ǀ Christopher Lathan, MD, MS, MPH ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Review of Expanded USPSTF Lung Cancer Screening Recommendations I Gerard Silvestri, MD, MS, FCCP ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Lessons Learned from a Lung Cancer Screening Program: Shared Decision Making, Smoking Cessation & Adherence ǀ Douglas Arenberg, MD ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Role of the Primary Care Provider and Nurse Navigator in Lung Cancer Screening ǀ Michael Gieske, MD ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Lung Cancer in Women ǀ Christopher Lathan, MD, MS, MPH ǀ Watch On-Demand
  • Advances in Lung Cancer Treatment and Care: Long-Term Survivorship Is Now a Reality ǀ Raymond Osarogiagbon, MBBS ǀ Watch On-Demand

Questions may be directed to Tiffany Gowen, MHA, senior program specialist for the Lung Cancer Screening 2.0 Steering Committee.

Smoking Cessation


Lung Cancer Screening FAQ

Get answers to frequently asked questions about low-dose CT screening for lung cancer screening.

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Registry vs.  Designated Screening Center


How do the ACR Lung Cancer Screening Registry and Lung Cancer Screening Center Designation compare?

Find Out Here