Patient Navigation and Survivorship
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June 2022 │Vol 13 │Issue 6
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The George Washington University Cancer Center is delighted to share our updated National Cancer Survivorship Awareness Month campaign! This campaign is designed to help partners implement evidence-based practices when communicating about cancer survivorship. It can also help you plan, implement, and evaluate your social media strategy and make the case for why it is important. Access the campaign today!
Webinar Recording: DCPCA SDOH Work: Screening, Referral, and Shared Measures

On June 2, the GW Cancer Center hosted "DCPCA Social Determinants of Health Work: Screening, Referral, and Shared Measures," with David Poms, MPH, Partnerships Manager at DC Primary Care Association. In his presentation, Mr. Poms addressed social determinants of health screening and a SDOH screening and linkage example from the DC area. Watch the webinar recording!
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Consensus Recommendations for Cultural Competency Training for Health Care Providers

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD, Associate Center Director, Patient-Centered Initiatives and Health Equity for the GW Cancer Center, recently co-authored a paper describing the development of core cultural competency training recommendations for individuals who provide health care or social services to LGBTQIA+ patients. Read the article (PDF) to learn more!

Upcoming Events

June 16: American Indian Cancer Foundation Webinars Art as Healing AND My Story, My Journey
June 18: Cure Educated Patient Event - Skin Cancer Summit
June 24: Cancer and Careers Event - National Conference on Work & Cancer
July 6: Cancer and Careers Webinar - Balancing Work and Cancer
July 14: Cancer Legal Resource Center Webinar - Legal (and Other) Resources for Caregivers
New & Updated Resources
Archived Webinar: National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Delivering Meaningful Cancer Survivorship Care in a Community Setting
Brief: National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable How Can Survivors & Families Save More Lives from Colorectal Cancer?
Campaign: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Take Good Care (Preventive Health Care)
Financial Assistance: CancerCare Transportation Patient Assistance Program (multiple myeloma and bladder cancer patients) AND New York City financial assistance for any cancer diagnosis
Guide: CDC Cancer and Men
Guide: National Comprehensive Cancer Network COVID-19 Vaccination
Guide for People With Cancer (PDF)
Guide: Patient Empowerment Network How Does Health Policy Impact Me?
Survivorship Stories: NCI Office of Cancer Survivorship Cancer Survivor Stories
Toolkit: Triage Cancer Cancer Finances: Clinical Trials
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This work was supported by Cooperative Agreement #NU58DP006461-04 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC.
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