Existing Local Navigator Networks
The mission of the Central Indiana Navigator Network of AONN+ is to enhance the professional development of oncology navigators in cancer care and survivorship and advance the role of patient navigation through collaborative networking, professional development, and promotion of evidence based practice.
The mission of the Central Texas Oncology Navigator Network (CTON2) of the Academy of Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigators (AONN+) is to provide a forum for local navigators to enhance professional development through collaboration, networking, educational opportunities and shared experiences.
The mission of the Colorado State Local Navigator Network of AONN+ is to decrease barriers to cancer care experienced by Colorado patients, families, and survivors by advancing the practice of oncology navigation throughout the state.
The mission of the East Tennessee Navigator Network of AONN+ is to provide networking, educational opportunities, and collaboration among local oncology navigators to share best practices, enhance professional development, and advance patient care across the cancer continuum.
The mission of the Kansas/Missouri Navigator Network of the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) is to provide an open forum to enhance the professional development of bistate navigator member professionals through shared educational opportunities, knowledge, networking, collaboration, advocacy, and outreach.
Our mission is to provide networking and educational opportunities for local Oncology Nurse Navigators and other oncology patient navigators in the Houston area, while promoting and developing best practices in patient navigation, and improving access to cancer care and quality of life for cancer survivors from the time of diagnosis, through treatment, and beyond.
The mission of Journey Across Maine Navigators is to improve cancer care for patients throughout Maine by working together as navigators and providing holistic, patient centered care through all stages of cancer care. Navigators will work together to assist patients in overcoming barriers to care, improve access to care, provide education, and work to empower all cancer patients to improve quality of life throughout the patient’s cancer journey.
The mission of the Montana Navigator Network of AONN+ is to support the national AONN+ mission by providing an open forum for collaboration and development of best practices to ensure excellence of care among navigators statewide.
The Network of Oncology Patient Navigators in Nigeria (NOPNN) strives to bring together different types of navigators from various backgrounds from throughout Nigeria to promote the role of patient navigation in cancer care and survivorship planning by providing a network for collaboration and development of best practices for the improvement of patient access to care and quality of life.
The New Mexico Cancer Patient Navigation Network (NMCPNN) seeks to improve cancer outcomes and remove barriers for patients across the cancer care continuum. We strive to bring together different types of navigators from various backgrounds from throughout New Mexico to make a positive difference in the lives of cancer patients.
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