Existing Local Navigator Networks
The Oncology Patient Navigator Specialty group is inclusive of the patient navigator across the oncology continuum who is not licensed, whether you are a patient navigator in a clinic, the community or in an institution.
The mission of the New Jersey Local Navigation Network is to provide networking and educational opportunities for local oncology navigators and those supporting navigator roles in the Emerson, NJ area and surrounding towns as well as near suburbs in the New York City metropolitan area. The focus will be 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. We strongly believe in the need for both referral and recognition of oncology rehabilitation and the positive affect rehabilitation (PT/OT) during and after cancer care to help oncology patients get back to living their best lives.
The mission of the Florida Oncology Navigator Network (FONN) of AONN+ is to expand the role of oncology navigation by offering a local network for professional development throughout all regions in the state in Florida, where members can exchange ideas, knowledge, and experiences for the provision of quality patient-centered cancer care.
The purpose of the Indigenous Peoples Navigation Network (IPNN) is to provide a virtual support program to address culturally and geographically unique challenges and solutions of Indigenous Navigation programs.
The mission of the National Breast Cancer Foundation Virtual Navigator Network of AONN+ is to advance the role and visibility of patient navigation in cancer care by providing a place for NBCF-funded breast cancer patient navigation programs across the country to come together to learn, share, and support each other.
The mission of the Northwest Navigation Network (NNN) Portland Chapter is to improve patient outcomes through collaboration with oncology nurse navigators, patient navigators, care coordinators, and social workers in the Pacific Northwest community.
The mission of the Southeast Louisiana Network of Oncology Navigators is to empower a local network of Oncology Navigators through collaboration, support and education in order to provide quality care to patients and their families throughout the cancer care continuum.
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