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Survivorship

Thank you navigators for creating an exciting and energetic time at the seventh annual Academy of Oncology & Patient Navigators (AONN+) conference.
This is part two of a free, interactive three-part webinar series on Survivorship hosted by the American Cancer Society. The webinars will include information about the Commission on Cancer survivorship care planning standard and the role of National Cancer Database data, review of the newly released American Cancer Society cancer survivorship care guidelines and a presentation by healthcare systems implementing survivorship programs.
This is part one of a free, interactive three-part webinar series on Survivorship hosted by the American Cancer Society. The webinars will include information about the Commission on Cancer survivorship care planning standard and the role of National Cancer Database data, review of the newly released American Cancer Society cancer survivorship care guidelines and a presentation by healthcare systems implementing survivorship programs.
Each year AONN+ presents a survivorship session at the annual meeting and it is a takeaway of ideas and further stimulating conversation on what is best practice.
In the second installment of her series, AONN+ Program Director Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, talks about transforming patients' survivorship plans from unused medical documents into life plans that they will actively use to refer to for setting behavioral and lifestyle goals.
In the first of a 2-part series, AONN+ Program Director Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, addresses the importance of analyzing survivorship programs and some of the inherent challenges to do so, including a lack of clinical research and data implementation.
October 8, 2015 | Video Library
Survivorship
Dr Susan K. Boolbol talks about the importance of objective evidence provided by the Breast Cancer IndexSM (BCI) in treatment decision making.
June 7th was National Cancer Survivors Day. Due to better screening and treatment, the number of cancer survivors is quickly growing.
The need for research regarding long term cancer survivorship: For decades pediatric oncology professionals have followed their patients long term.
This happens nearly every day, doesn’t it? A newly diagnosed patient with cancer wants to know the odds of living through and beyond his or her cancer treatment. It doesn’t matter if we tell patients that we hope they live a long time and not to focus on stats; they focus on them anyway. But when it comes to statistics, there are some important facts for nurse navigators to consider.
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