Video Library published on March 10, 2023 in Committees
AONN+’s committees are a great way to share your knowledge and talent while learning new skills and expanding your professional network. Hear from others who have taken the leap and discovered the many benefits of committee membership, then check out the many opportunities available to you. There’s no better time to take a chance and get involved!
Video Library published on December 1, 2020 in Committees, Survivorship
AONN+ Survivorship Committee Co-Chair, Jason Morrow, shares some valuable information about the mission of the committee, the work involved, and the educational resources they generate.
AONN+ Standardized Metrics Subcommittee Chairs/Members Danelle Johnston and Tricia Strusowski encourage members to get involved in national committee work as well as local navigator networks (LNN). These methods of engagement with peers are among the best opportunities to get involved.
Video Library published on March 21, 2019 in Committees, Networking and Community
Co-Chairs Danelle Johnston and Tricia Strusowski describe some of the work that the AONN+ Metrics Subcommittee does in creating new tools for oncology navigators to use in their work. Ms Strusowski describes the outreach efforts of the subcommittee, including their version of TED Talks and plans to collaborate with other subcommittees of the Academy. Ms Johnston speaks more broadly to the work of all the subcommittees and encourages members to become involved.
Video Library published on March 21, 2019 in Committees, Tools & Resources
It takes a diversity of voices to create a meeting that speaks to all the different needs of our members. Nurse Navigator Peg Rummel gives an overview of the process used to develop the programming for the AONN+ conferences.
Oncology Nurse Navigator Peg Rummel reflects on the growth of the first 10 years of AONN+ and the experience of meeting and working with others as a result of participating in AONN+.
Oncology navigators see the effects drug policies have on patients firsthand, and AONN+ has been actively engaged in the debates surrounding prescription cancer drug access and pricing. Elizabeth Franklin discusses the need for AONN+ continue its work in patient advocacy and how it is as important now as it has ever been.
AONN+ Policy and Advocacy Chair Elizabeth Franklin explains why AONN+ has joined with national coalitions and why it will continue to add its voice to the policy conversation on healthcare, both for patients and for the profession of oncology navigation.
Career Social Worker and AONN+ Leadership Council Member Elizabeth Franklin discusses the motives behind the creation of the AONN+ Policy and Advocacy Committee and the impact that policies at every level have on patient care.
Lisa LaPerriere values all of the resources that AONN+ provides, and appreciates the opportunity to participate and help AONN+ innovate in order to further the navigation profession and provide better patient care.
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