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Research and Clinical Trials: What is the Navigator’s Role?
Available for Credit: January 14, 2019 - January 14, 2020
Clinical trials have improved the treatment of cancer, and it has been shown that participants in clinical cancer trials have better outcomes than does the population at large. However, a number of barriers to participation in clinical studies exist, especially in minority populations. This webinar was developed to provide education on the barriers.

Efficacy of the Competency-Based Oncology Patient Navigator Training
Available for Credit: December 31, 2018 - January 14, 2020
This article analyzes data from 2015-2017 to evaluate the efficacy of Oncology Patient Navigator Training: The Fundamentals, an online program designed to train navigators in core competencies and build learner confidence.

Clinical trials have improved the treatment of cancer, and it has been shown that participants in clinical cancer trials have better outcomes than does the population at large. However, a number of barriers to participation in clinical studies exist, especially in minority populations.

Design and Development of a Prostate Cancer Survivor Self-Reported Registry
Available for Credit: December 1, 2018 - December 31, 2019
This article describes the creation of an online registry for African American prostate cancer survivors that was designed to capture data regarding their epidemiological, social, emotional, and clinical experiences.

Posttreatment Health and Wellness Priorities Among Cancer Survivors
Available for Credit: November 20, 2018 - January 14, 2020
This article provides education on identifying cancer survivors’ posttreatment health and wellness priorities and preferences and discussing patient support services.

Care and Treatment Decisions in Cancer: The Role of the Family Caregiver
Available for Credit: September 1, 2018 - December 31, 2019
This article provides results from the authors’ study of caregivers’ involvement in treatment decision-making, their educational needs related to decision-making, and barriers to effective communication between caregivers, patients and the healthcare team

The AONN+ Midyear Conference, held May 4-6, 2018, in Boston, MA, was certified for up to 13 contact hours of CE credit. This educational initiative is intended for hematology/oncology nurse navigators, patient navigators, and social workers whose focus is on cancer care and survivorship. It will also be useful for nurse practitioners, oncology nurses, advanced practice nurses, and other healthcare professionals involved in managing patients with cancer.

Finding Your Balance: Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, & Resilience
Available for Credit: June 12, 2018 - June 12, 2019
The role of the navigator is ever-evolving. At times, it can be difficult to clearly define the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout, and to recognize the importance of self-care. To better understand and navigate these issues, we invite you to a free webinar, worth 1 CEU, entitled “Finding Your Balance: Compassion Fatigure, Burnout, & Resilience.”

AONN+ Writing an Abstract
Available for Credit: April 13, 2018 - April 17, 2019
The role of the navigator is ever-evolving. At times, it can be difficult to clearly define your role as a navigator and implement processes and best practices to deliver the best possible patient care. To better understand and navigate these issues, we invite you to a free webinar, worth 1 CEU.

This educational initiative is intended for hematology/oncology nurse navigators, patient navigators, and social workers whose focus is on cancer care and survivorship. It will also be useful for nurse practitioners, oncology nurses, advanced practice nurses, and other healthcare professionals involved in managing patients with cancer.

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