Removing Barriers to Care in Global Navigation

Video Library published on July 17, 2020 in Barriers to Care
Rowan Robinson, BN, MSN
Navigator/Quality Lead, Netcare, Ltd,
South Africa
Nancy Peña, ONP-CG, CMI, BS
Navegación de Pacientes Internacional, Inc./Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Boston, MA
Nancy Peña, OPN-CG, Founder and Director, Navegación de Pacientes International, explains how nurse navigators are being trained to serve more patients, especially indigenous peoples. Rowan Robinson, BN, MSN, Navigator/Quality Lead, Netcare, Ltd, South Africa, explains that the concept of navigation is relatively new in South Africa. She discusses a pilot program there that focused on patients with breast cancer.
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