Get to Know the AONN+ Committees
The mission of the Evidence into Practice Committee is to bring diverse oncology professionals together to provide interactive opportunities to experience knowledge sharing, increase innovation, and enhance collaborative engagement by utilizing evidence-based practices around broad aspects of quality improvement initiatives.
The mission of the Abstract Review Subcommittee is to objectively review AONN+ member abstracts and provide feedback for revision, with the greater goal of building momentum and evidence around navigation.
The mission of the AQUIRE Subcommittee is to provide mentorship support to AONN+ members in areas of quality, processes improvement, metrics, and reporting.
The mission of the Metrics Subcommittee is to develop standardized metrics in the areas of return on investment, clinical outcomes, and patient experience using all the areas in which navigators practice to provide quality patient care and financial stability for their organizations.
The mission of the Newsletter Subcommittee is to produce a quarterly newsletter with a focus on providing concrete tools and resources for quality improvement, research and metric development that dovetails with the domains of certification for both novice and seasoned navigator.
The mission of the Technology and Innovation Committee is to focus on the use of technology to capture data/metrics for evaluation, improve quality in navigation, and provide patient education and navigator resources.
The mission of the Survivorship Committee is to advance survivorship care throughout the continuum by providing resources and evidence-based education to clinical navigators and non-licensed patient navigators.
The mission of the Conference Planning Committee is to provide relevant and high-value conference agendas and speakers that will enhance and develop members’ professional growth and development.
The mission of the Clinical Trials Committee is to provide education and support to navigators to promote clinical trials to their patients and institutions.
The mission of the Policy and Advocacy Committee is to utilize legislative, regulatory, and policy advocacy to protect and promote the practice of oncology patient navigation in order to best serve individuals and families impacted by cancer.
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