As a training and technical assistance provider of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, the GW Cancer Center proudly shares this month’s Patient Navigation and Survivorship Newsletter to support your cancer coalition partners.
*New* Gynecological Cancer Awareness Campaign
Looking for evidence-based communications about gynecological cancer? Visit the Cancer Control TAP website to see our new Gynecological Cancer Awareness Campaign! It offers best practices for communicating about gynecological cancer, tips for communicating with diverse audiences, and more! Check it out today!
Training on ASCO Cancer Survivorship Care Guidelines
Would you like to learn more about American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) cancer survivorship care guidelines? Look no further than the GW Cancer Center's free, on-line training! It will introduce you to guidelines addressing chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy management, fertility preservation, and osteoporosis management in adult survivors with nonmetastatic disease. Share with your partners and sign up today!
Reducing Financial Toxicity: Tips for Patient Navigators - Now in Spanish!
Share the Patient Navigation & Survivorship Newsletter
Has a new patient navigator joined your team? Has a new partner come on board? Encourage them to subscribe to the Patient Navigation & Survivorship newsletter to stay informed of relevant news, events, and resources!
Jul. 13: Michigan Program for Breast Cancer in Young Adults Webinar Caregiving 101
August -- National Immunization Awareness Month -- is just around the corner. Why not revisit the GW Cancer Center's HPV Vaccine Facts for Health Care Providers Social Media Toolkit (PDF)? You'll find suggested social media strategies to encourage providers to effectively talk to parents and adolescents about the HPV vaccine. Review it today, and look for our new HPV Prevention Awareness Social Media Toolkit -- coming soon!
This work was supported by Cooperative Agreement #NU58DP006461-05 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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